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10+ quotes from Antigoddess by Kendare Blake

Quotes from Antigoddess

Kendare Blake ·  333 pages

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“The urge to fall [in love] was utterly new and made her [Athena] dizzy. He [Odysseus] could catch her and hold her up. She knew he could.

If this is how Aphrodite feels every day, it's no wonder she's such an idiot.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“This is what men risk so much for; this shiver, this acute heat and desire. This is what they think eternity feels like.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“For the record I don't believe in Fate. I believe that the pieces have been placed. The ending hasn't been written yet.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“The Mustang growled into reverse, aiming straight for the old lady.
Cassandra would have winced, even if she had been the most evil old woman on the face of the planet. Even if she had been granny-Hitler, she would have winced at the idea of running her down. But the thing standing in the road looked nothing like an old woman anymore.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“The blood inside her hands hurt and felt slushy, like if you tore them open it'd look like a red ICEE.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“Fate was the only lesson a god needed to learn. It was their only hard limit.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“And thus was their burial of Apollo, god of the sun.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“I don’t either. It was just something to say. Anyway, if you don’t remember it, then it isn’t much use.” He gave her a piercing look, making sure nothing was flooding back. “Might as well call it ‘just a dream.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“Gods are cold. War, killing, and stabbing each other in the back is really what we do best.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


“He was a god, he said, and always had been. Or at least, that was what they used to be called. What they were now, he didn’t know. It seemed like the wrong word when he was so limited, so much less than he’d been before.”
― Kendare Blake, quote from Antigoddess


About the author

Kendare Blake
Born place: Seoul
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