Joe Abercrombie Quotes About Mean

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"Things aren't what they used to be' is the rallying cry of small minds. When men say things used to be better, they invariably mean they were better for them, because they were young, and had all their hopes intact. The world is bound to look a darker place as you slide into the grave." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"There was no such thing as luck. Luck was a word idiots used to explain the consequences of their own rashness, and selfishness, and stupidity. More often than not bad luck meant bad plans." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"As a writer, you have to first of all write what you want to. Listen to advice, by all means, but don't get bogged down in it." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"He is dead and I, the self serving coward that I am, still live. Life is not fair. There is no pattern. People die at random. Something everyone knows, but no one truly believes. They think that when it comes to them there will be a lesson, a meaning, a story worth telling. That death will come to them as a dread scholar, a fell knight, a terrible emperor.Death is a bored clerk, with too many orders to fill. There is no reckoning. No profound moment. It creeps up on us from behind, and snatches us away while we shit." ~ Joe Abercrombie
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In order to forge alliances, we first need worthy adversaries. Without adversaries, no alliances are necessary."
Author: Bernd Heinrich

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