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  • An occasional foray into negative emotions makes feeling normal that much sweeter.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • False humility is more insulting than open pride!
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • I will not know that day has come because I will not stop trying.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • Patience mimics the power of infinity.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • Running toward danger is foolhardy. ... But so is closing your eyes to it. Many perils become less dangerous once you understand their potential hazards.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")


  • Sometimes the most preposterous lies are the most believable.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • This surpassed the fear of death. Death would be a mercy if it would make the feeling stop, the uncontrollable panic mingling with the mind-scrambling certainty of something sinister approaching, something with no need to hurry, something that would not be so kind as to let him die. The fear was palpable, suffocating, irresistible.
    (Brandon Mull, "Rise of the Evening Star")

  • Agreements. Specifically, a treaty ratified by all the orders of whimsical like forms who dwell here that affords a measure of security for mortal caretakers. In a world where mortal man has become the dominant force, most creatures of enchantment have fled to refuges like this one.
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • Hours of crisis often call for sacrifice. In matters of consequence, when have doubt and fear given the best advice? Why not heed faith, courage, and honor?
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • Imagination can take you Places....READ
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • In their youth, mortals behave more like nymphs. Adulthood seems impossibly distant, let alone the enfeeblement of old age. But ponderously, inevitably, it overtakes you.
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • Let's worry about fixing the problem instead of the blame.
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • The baby dove into the room, transforming grotesquely as it landed on the floorin a deft sumersault
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")

  • The curse of mortality. You spend the first portion of your life learning, growing stronger, more capable. And then, through no fault of your own, your body begins to fail. You regress. Strong limbs become feeble, keen senses grow dull, hardy constitutions deteriorate. Beauty withers. Organs quit. You remember yourself in your prime, and wonder where that person went. As your wisdom and experience are peaking, your traitorous body becomes a prison.
    (Brandon Mull, "Fablehaven")


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