'No matter how many times you looked at the horror man inflicted on man, you never saw it all. As Lieutenant Eve Dallas stood over what had once been a woman, she wondered when she would see worse than this...'
The summer of 2059 is drawing to a sweaty close when a man wearing a cape and... read more
“You've got no sense of humor." "I'm going to laugh really hard after I kick your ass.”
“You didn’t come from them. You overcame them.Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
Women are the worst. They zero in on some guy. Oh boy, he’s the one, gotta get me that one. So they do. Then they spend the rest of their time trying to figure out how to change him. Then if they manage it, they’re not all that interested anymore, because guess what? He’s not the one anymore.”Highlighted by 8 Kindle customers
So the fuck what? It was clothes. You put them on and you weren’t naked or cold.Highlighted by 7 Kindle customers
“I’m going to laugh my ass off any minute, then where will I sit?Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
“When I came in and you were sleeping, I thought: There’s my soldier, exhausted from her wars.” He lifted her hand, kissed her fingers. “Now, I look, and I think: There’s my woman, soft and lovely.” Her lips curved as he undressed her. “Where do you get this stuff?” “It just comes to me. I’ve only to look at you, and the world comes to me. You’re my life.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
“I plug in my badge number, the machine will give me grief. The one up by our squad hates me, has a personal vendetta. And they talk to each other, Baxter. Don’t think they don’t communicate.”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
She’s the most extraordinary woman I’ve ever known. Wise, compassionate, strong, smart, giving. I didn’t always appreciate it, you don’t when it’s yours. But as I’ve gotten older, had children of my own, I’ve come to treasure everything about her.”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
“I smell the distinct aroma of lame-ass sarcasm in this vehicle.” “We’ll have it fumigated.”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
“You’re muttering out loud.” He patted her shoulder supportively. “I don’t know as talking to yourself when knocking on the door of a shrink is the best of behaviors.”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
“Every now and then,” he said without looking up, “I see something in here that goes beyond. Beyond the human. And we know, don’t we, Dallas, that the human has an amazing capacity for cruelty to its own species? But every once in a while, I see something that takes even that one hideous step beyond.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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