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“He had no doubt that if Hulda got wind of Falconsbane's existenceat least up until the Changechild was capable of defending himself-the creature would either vanish or end up in Hulda's control.”
“He based his new gun on an action he designed himself-the Model 702.”
“His first try had ended in humiliation for himself-the word quitter leapt to mind-and in disillusion for millions of Americans who had believed in him.”
“As for Stars and Guitars, it is no coincidence that the only two songs that Mr. Nelson sings himself-the anthemic "On the Road Again" and Hank Williams Sr. 's "Move It On Over" - are among the finest tracks on the album.”
“Though used most often for gladiatorial contests-many of which featured K'rrik himself-the central space was not bounded by any rails, walls, or gates that might contain the warriors.”
“As he asked the question, Nylan shuddered, involuntarily thinking about the worst of himself-the endless twists toward self-deception and trying to avoid facing what was.”
“He didn't have to watch the silent battle, he followed it accurately within himself-the spell-wielder forcing the mist away, the mist curling back into the emptying corridor, being forced away, and oozing back in again.”
“For Monterny was a mutant himself-the most powerful telepath, hypno and suggestor in one person.”
“In every knapsack there is the Marshal's baton, the career is open to the talent-a man is what he makes himself-the barber's apprentice may become the Chief-justice of England, the farmer's son or the stone-mason, the Prime Minister of Canada.”
“There were times when I was tempted to stop his mouth with some small change; but whether it was from shame or pride-whether it was for my own sake or Catriona's-whether it was because I thought him no fit father for his daughter, or because I resented that grossness of immediate falsity that clung about the man himself-the thing was clean beyond me.”
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