Quotes from A Night Without Stars

Peter F. Hamilton ·  750 pages

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“code could be written to solve the problems. Code could do anything. Code could save the world.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“Code could do anything. Code could save the world.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“Humans can do anything if they have enough determination. And knowledge. Knowledge is the key to everything.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“knowledge is a true power in any society”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“They used a bazooka to shoot the Warrior Angel, it was spectacular ineffective.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars



“Science your way out of this.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“Universal law: data wants to be free.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“We all have a bad morning after at some point in our lives.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


“Greetings, human. We come in peace. Take me to your leader so I may serve you.’
‘What?’
‘Fried or baked?’
‘Uh—?’
‘Serve, get it? That’s a first-contact joke.”
― Peter F. Hamilton, quote from A Night Without Stars


About the author

Peter F. Hamilton
Born place: in Rutland, England, The United Kingdom
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