Exile Quotes.

1. "The path is a ribbon of moonlight across a dusky sea. The wind sings a song that beckons us To that great and mighty tree. We are the Greenowls of Ambala, clad in raiments of moss, Sprigged with lichens and grasses Then gilded with silvery frost. Fair and square we play- for a sporting lot we are. We ride the boisterous Balefire gusts And we reach for every star."
- Kathryn Lasky, Exile

2. "January is the despairing heart of the Scottish winter"
- Denise Mina, Exile

3. "She walked through the underpass at the Elephant and Castle, enjoying the sense that nothing really mattered, not the truth about the past, nor whether they believed her, not Winnie’s drinking or Vik’s ultimatum. It was the perfect place to escape from a painful past. She could waste years at home trying to make sense of a random series of events. There was no meaning, no lessons to be learned, no moral—none of it meant anything. She could spend her entire life trying to weave meaning into it, like compulsive gamblers and their secret schema. Nothing mattered, really, because an anonymous city is the moral equivalent of a darkened room. She understood why Ann had come here and stayed here and died here. It wouldn’t be hard. All she had to do was let go of home. She would phone Leslie and Liam sometimes, say she was fine, fine, let the calls get farther apart, make up a life for herself and they’d finally forget."
- Denise Mina, Exile

4. "My life in politics has taught me that the only thing more difficult than fighting against our enemies is taking questions from my friends. Amid knowing chuckles, he promised, Nonetheless, I shall do my best."
- Richard North Patterson, Exile

5. "a decimated wasteland"
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

6. "the only one of them not to fall on their ass"
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

7. "Alright,"
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

8. "Yes sir."
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

9. "Yes ma’am."
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

10. "Oh sometimes it does, Carter,"
- Sally Malcolm, Exile

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