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Winter Moon Winter Moon by Dean Koontz
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“People who go to work every day, make sacrifices to raise families, and get through life without hurting other people if they can help it-those are the real heros.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“Maybe when all was said and done, the imagination was the most powerful of all weapons. It was the imagination of the human race that had allowed it to dream of a life beyond cold caves and of a possible future in the stars.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“Sometimes, life seems to have a higher meaning. Events unfold in uncanny sequences. Long-forgotten acquaintances turn up with news that changes lives. A stranger appears and speaks a few words of wisdom, solving a previously insoluble problem, or something in a recent dream transpires in reality. Suddenly the existence of God seems confirmed.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“That is, Jack thought, the way of life. The horror changes us, because we can never forget. Cursed with memory. It starts when we're old enough to know what death is and realize that sooner or later we'll lose everyone we love. We're never the same. But somehow we're all right. We go on.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“Home was not a perfect place. But it was the only home they had and they could hope to make it better.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
tags: home, hope
“...he was part of a family whether he wanted to be or not, the family of humanity, more often than not a frustrating and contentious clan, flawed and often deeply confused, but also periodically noble and admirable, with a common destiny that every member shared.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“Hell of a thing to have to experience, hell of a thing to have to see, to be reminded you're a human being and all it meant to be one.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“Death was driving an emerald-green Lexus.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“He often remembered his dad's admonition that envy was mental theft. If you coveted another man's possessions, Dad said, then you should be willing to take on his responsibilities, heartaches, and troubles along with his money.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon
“That is, Jack thought, the way of life. The horror changes us because we can never forget. Cursed with memory. It starts when we're old enough to know what death is and realise that sooner or later we'll lose everyone we love. We're never the same. But somehow were all right. We go on”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon

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