Flesh & Bone Quotes.

1. "When Chong made to sit down next to her, Lilah drew her knife and stabbed the point into the earth between them. "I can see that you need some quiet time," he said and scuttled quickly away."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

2. "It was harder to let yourself sink if someone else needed you to be their rock."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

3. "...the whole world turned into an all-you-can-eat buffet..."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

4. "Yo! Deadheads," he yelled, waving his sword to taunt them. "Nice try, but you're messing with Benny-freaking-Imura, zombie killer. Booyah!"
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

5. "Except that death collected everyone. Death is like that. Relentlessly efficient."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

6. "Hell was something the Lost Girl knew. She has lived it all her life."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

7. "Lilah growled low in her throat, grabbed his shirt with both hands, and hauled him toward her. Into a kiss that was fierce and hot and instantly intense. After several scalding seconds, she shoved him roughly back. She got to her feet and snatched up her spear, then looked pityingly down at him. "Stupid town boy," she muttered, then turned and jogged into the forest. Chong lay sprawled, eyes glazed and face flushed. Holy moley...," he gasped."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

8. "He never did get right all the way again. And every once in a while he'd come down all bitey."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

9. "A sword by itself is not evil. A sword can be used to slay an enemy, or release a suffering friend into the darkness. A sword can cut ropes that bind the helpless. A raised sword can be a threat or it can be a symbol of leadership...A weapon, my children, is good or evil depending on the intention of whoever holds it."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

10. "Benny took a steadying breath and let it out slowly. "Nix, I do understand what you're going through. I'm going through it too." "It's not the same thing," she said very quietly. An elk poked its head out from behind some sagebrush, studied them for a moment, then bent to eat berries from another bush. "Then why won't you tell me what it is?" She glared at him. "Honestly, Benny, sometimes I think you don't even know who I am." With that she turned and stalked away, her spine as stiff as a board. Benny stood openmouthed until she was almost back to the tree where Chong sat with Eve. "What the hell was that all about?" he asked the elk. The elk, being and elk, said nothing."
- Jonathan Maberry, Flesh & Bone

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