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8+ quotes from A Density of Souls by Christopher Rice

Quotes from A Density of Souls

Christopher Rice ·  274 pages

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“I think you write because it’s easier than talking,”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“You never hate someone that much unless you’re afraid of him.”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“wafting through the open door of a brightly lit office down the musty, darkened corridor of the backstage.”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“The light in the darkness, as Stephen explained it, did not chase away the shadows of fear and regret: It merely illuminated the fears worth fighting. It lit the paths dictated by fate and choice, rather than casting a celestial glow on the way to a better and more perfect world. Although”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“Why do these people like pain so much?”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“She did not feel she could be a writer because she lacked the courage to let anyone read her words. When”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“Come on . . .” Stephen called back over his shoulder.”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


“Maybe Jeff Haugh wouldn’t speak to him in school that day. But it wouldn’t matter. Stephen stared out over his ice-shrouded neighborhood and realized that what had happened the previous night was inviolable; it could not be taken from him the way his childhood had been. Jeff Haugh’s arms and lips had held him, and no words or actions could undo that. Jeff Haugh. Stephen rolled the name back and forth in his head. He found himself unable to think of him as just Jeff. His full name seemed more appropriate. With Jeff Haugh in his history, Stephen would always be part of something beyond his window. He”
― Christopher Rice, quote from A Density of Souls


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Christopher Rice
Born place: in Berkeley, California, The United States
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