Quotes from Battle of the Ampere

Richard Paul Evans ·  336 pages

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“One need not fight every battle, or die in the struggle, to be a hero.”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“My mom used to say that faith and fear can't exist simultaneously in the mind any more than light and dark can exist simultaneously in the same room.”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“Fate is an excuse for people who are too stupid or too weak to make their own future," he said.”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“Your a skid-mark on the underwear of humanity. -Ostin Liss”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“Grief is a powerful force that settles in the heart like a dark, heavy fog. It was familiar territory to me.”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere



“what was going on and was sitting up expecting him. Zeus waved McKenna and Ostin over. Ostin took McKenna by the arm and helped her across the hallway into Ian’s cell. “I saw you do something to this,” Ian said, touching the RESAT. “I can disable it,” Ostin said. “Then do it,” Ian said. “It’s killing me.” Ostin attached the wires from his RESAT to Ian’s, then began unfastening the buckles. Ian slipped the box off, groaning in relief. “Thanks, man. I owe you.” Ostin began dissecting the RESAT. “You’re welcome.” “And for saving McKenna.” Ian”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“Elgen can twist the truth all they want, but they can’t change”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


“You're a skid-mark on the underwear of humanity.
-Ostin Liss”
― Richard Paul Evans, quote from Battle of the Ampere


About the author

Richard Paul Evans
Born place: in Salt Lake City, Utah, The United States
Born date October 11, 1962
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