Killing Floor Quotes.

1. "I'm not a vagrant. I'm a hobo. Big difference."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

2. "Evaluate. Long experience had taught me to evaluate and assess. When the unexpected gets dumped on you, don’t waste time. Don’t figure out how or why it happened. Don’t recriminate. Don’t figure out whose fault it is. Don’t work out how to avoid the same mistake next time. All of that you do later. If you survive."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

3. "Like when people say they slept like a baby. Do they mean they slept well? Or do they mean they woke up every ten minutes, screaming?"
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

4. "I worked thirteen years, got me nowhere. I feel like I tried it their way, and to hell with them. Now I'm going to try it my way."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

5. "I'd never believed in luck. Never had any cause to. Never relied on it, because I never could."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

6. "People spend thousands of dollars on stereos. Sometimes tens of thousands. There is a specialist industry right here in the States which builds stereo gear to a standard you wouldn't believe. Tubed amplifiers which cost more than a house. Speakers taller than me. Cables thicker than a garden hose. Some army guys had that stuff. I'd heard it on bases around the world. Wonderful. But they were wasting their money. Because the best stereo in the world is free. Inside your head. It sounds as good as you want it to. As loud as you want it to be."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

7. "They taught me that inhibitions would kill me. Hit early, hit hard. Kill with the first blow. Get your retaliation in first. Cheat. The gentlemen who behaved decently weren’t there to train anybody. They were already dead."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

8. "If you can see a bandwagon, it’s too late to get on."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

9. "Do it once and do it right and do it quickly"
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

10. "Shotguns and children don't mix."
- Lee Child, Killing Floor

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