Alastair Reynolds Quotes.

1. "I think I've reduced the amount of blood in my caffeine system to an acceptable level."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

2. "As the old saying went, the Manhattan Project wasn't built in a day. Or was that Rome? Something to do with Earth, anyway."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

3. "Cyphel knew exactly how he felt about her as well — it was there in her expression whenever they spoke that beguiling combination of amusement and haughtiness that she carried off so well. It was a look that expressed disdain at Campion’s guarded advances but also a kind of measured probationary respect as well. It was a look that said You dare to think that I will find you as interesting as you obviously find me Well perhaps in that very act of daring you become interesting to me if only fleetingly."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

4. "But you will come to regret this, Abigail. This won’t be like one of the memories that fritters away into nothing when you come out of that game. This will leave a stain. You’ll carry for it for ever, when you could have had a few more years of blissful innocence. Are you sure, now?"
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

5. "Soon there would be a final morning, a final afternoon, a final sunrise. She measured her life by these thoughts and then reprimanded herself for not simply enjoying such pleasures while she still could."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

6. "Sluka shook her head. "We're talking about them in the past tense, and we never even discussed them in the present. It's like their only reason for existing was so they could die."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

7. "Some promises are best broken. Trust me on this: I'm a politician."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

8. "The trouble with the dead, Triumvir Ilia Volyova thought, was that they had no real idea when to shut up."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

9. "Birth and death frame a life, give it shape. Without that border it just becomes a kind of sprawling mess, a thing with no edge, no definition, no centre."
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

10. "To see something marvellous with your own eyes –that’s wonderful enough. But when two of you see it, two of you together, holding hands, holding each other close, knowing that you’ll both have that memory for the rest of your lives, but that each of you will only ever hold an incomplete half of it, and that it won’t ever really exist as a whole until you’re together, talking or thinking about that moment... that’s worth more than one plus one. It’s worth four, or eight, or some number so large we can’t even imagine it. I think I’d rather die than lose those memories.’ - "House of Suns" by Alastair Reynolds"
- Quote by Alastair Reynolds

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