sorcerer Quotes

11. "Please don't be dead. Because then I'd have to be the Sorcerer Supreme and there's no way I could rock the 'stache."
- Brian Michael Bendis, The New Avengers

12. "The would-be sorcerer alone has faith in the efficacy of pure knowledge; rational people know that things act of themselves or not at all."
- Gene Wolfe, Shadow & Claw

13. "The sorcerer is a Simple Realist: the world is real--but then so must consciousness be real since its effects are so tangible."
- Hakim Bey, TAZ: The Temporary Autonomous Zone

14. "They call it Second Lifetime Syndrome, and it happens when a sorcerer watches her family and friends age and die around her. - China"
- Derek Landy, Last Stand of Dead Men

15. "One night a powerful sorcerer knocks on the door of a less-powerful sorcerer. "I'm starting an exclusive guild," he says. "Join me now or I'll blast you out of your fucking boots right where you stand." So naturally the second mage says... "You know, I've always wanted to join a guild!" Right. Those two go bother a third sorcerer. "Join the guild," they say, "or fight both of us, two on one, right here and right now." Repeat as necessary, until three or four hundred guild members are knocking on the door of the last independent mage around, and everyone who said no is dead."
- Scott Lynch, The Lies of Locke Lamora

16. "Jad said, "The leakage was forcing choices, the making of which in no way improved matters." Okay. So we were, in effect, locked in a room with a madman sorcerer. That clarified things a little."
- Neal Stephenson, Anathem

17. "they’re going to blame the sorcerer for both those things as well as the hike in Calgary’s transit fares, middle-aged women wearing jeans that barely cover their asses, and SciFi canceling The Dresden Files."
- Tanya Huff, The Enchantment Emporium

18. "He got up and walked out, so I missed seeing the powerful sorcerer doing his powerful sorcery, which would have involved him closing his eyes and then, I don't know, maybe taking a deep breath or something."
- Steven Brust, Iorich

19. "My grandfather believed . . . He believed that we were magic. Stephanie stared at him. What? He said it’d been passed down, this magic, generation to generation. He said we were descendants of a great sorcerer called the Last of the Ancients."
- Derek Landy, Skulduggery Pleasant

20. "Caleb was no sorcerer, but in the only magic art that still remains to us, the magic of devoted, deathless love, Nature had been the mistress of his study; and from her teaching, all the wonder came."
- Charles Dickens, The Cricket on the Hearth

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