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The Chain The Chain by Adrian McKinty
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“A man once told me that all books should end at chapter seventy-seven.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“The darkness keeps its own counsel.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“George Orwell was wrong, she thinks. In the future, it won’t be the state that keeps tabs on everyone by extensive use of surveillance; it will be the people. They’ll do the state’s work for it by constantly uploading their locations, interests, food preferences, restaurant choices, political ideas, and hobbies to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media sites. We are our own secret police.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“A true predator sometimes kills even when it isn’t hungry.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“As J. G. Ballard pointed out, civilization is just a thin, fragile veneer over the law of the jungle: Better you than me. Better your kid than my kid.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“Number one: you are not the first and you will certainly not be the last. Number two: remember, it’s not about the money—it’s about The Chain.”
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“Chemo is a little death that you invite in in order to keep the big death waiting outside on the porch.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“thumbs through Sarah Bakewell’s At the Existentialist Café and is momentarily”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“If I don’t make it, don’t let them cast some asshole to play me in the movie version of this,”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“Camus said, “In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain
“A tradition is a living argument. A living argument for a practice that began a long time ago.”
Adrian McKinty, The Chain