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"I thought living dead girls couldn't feel pain, thought I was emptied out but I'm not, I'm not." ~ Elizabeth Scott
"Something in me, in my bruised heart, wakes up, and even though I'm terrified, I don't push the feeling away." ~ Elizabeth Scott
"He kept talking and I thought about taking my copy of Huckleberry Finn and stuffing it in his mouth so he'd shut up." ~ Elizabeth Scott
"No, it can't," I say. "It's— it's the kind of thing you want to say, that you want to believe, but it isn't— I know isn't true. I thought my heart knew things, but what I thought was real turned out to be a lie, and now I don't—" ~ Elizabeth Scott
"Because when I first saw you I thought-no, I knew-you were special. Because I still think that every time I look at you. Because I think you're smart and funny and brave. But most of all," he grins at me- "because I like questions." ~ Elizabeth Scott
"Okay, I guess you can come in.""Um, Hannah, you have to, you know, open the front door so I can actually come in.""I thought you were going to - you're standing under my window. Aren't you supposed to climb up here or something?""My ladder's at home. Also, you call throwing rocks at your window clichéd?" ~ Elizabeth Scott
"I deserved the shaking and the headaches and the fact that every single time I took a breath I felt a squeezing in my chest, my heart beating even though I wished it wasn't." ~ Elizabeth Scott
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The universe, it appeared, had never been kind to Captain Bortrek, conspiring against him in a fashion that Threepio privately considered unlikely given the man's relative unimportance. Knowing what he did about the Alderaan social structure, shipping regulations, the psychology of law enforcement agents, and the statistical behavior patterns of human females, Threepio was much inclined to doubt that so many hundreds of people would spend that much time thinking up ways to thwart and injure a small-time free-trader who was, by his own assertion, only trying to make a living."
Author: Barbara Hambly

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