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Charlaine Harris’ “Dead and Gone” Quotes (17 Quotes)


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  • I realized that I was really tired of people popping on and off of my property like it was a train station on the supernatural railroad.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • If I was getting harder, it was in response to the world around me.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • I'M SCARED I'LL SHOOT MY NEIGHBOR BY ACCIDENT IF I SEE HIM TROTTING DOWN THE ROAD, SAID A FARMER IN KANSAS, WHAT IF HE GETS AFTER MY CHICKENS?
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • Once again, I had that feeling of drowning when I hadnÆt even known I was in the pool
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • The fundamentalists were equally stymied. ôWe were worried about Adam and Steve,ö a Baptist minister said. ôShould we have been more worried about Rover and Fluffy?
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")


  • The vampire is not a bad man, and he loves you
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • Then was ashamed of myself. I should be happy for what I'd been given. I hoped God hadn't noticed my lapse in appreciation.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • What had set the fae world off? I`d never seen one. Now you couldn`t throw a trowel without hitting a fairy.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • When I thought of the ferocity and strength of the fairy race, and the fact that it took all I had to open the damn blister pack and extricate the water pistols, my chosen method of defense seemed ludicrous. I'd be armed with a plastic water pistol and a trowel.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • As I watched Bill, waiting with apparent calm for death to come to him, I had a flash of him as I'd known him: the first vampire I'd ever met, the first man I'd ever gone to bed with, the first suitor I'd ever loved. Everything that followed had tainted those memories, but for one moment I saw him clearly, and I loved him again.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • You catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • Darling you can nail my ass anytime - Eric Northman
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • DonÆt you just hate nights like that, when you think over every mistake youÆve made, every hurt youÆve received, every bit of meanness youÆve dealt out? ThereÆs no profit in it, no point to it, and you need sleep.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • Finally, a human man saw me as intensely valuable. Just my luck he was happily married and thought I was a freak.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")

  • He picked some unwise words. Saying, ôIÆll enjoy killing you for my lordö, is just not the way to make my acquaintance.
    (Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone")


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