5+ quotes from Believe (Rules, #1) by Lisa Alfonso

Quotes from Believe (Rules, #1)

Lisa Alfonso ·  294 pages

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“It's a broken life we live. It's best to accept it and move on rather than waste a good day worrying about it.”
― Lisa Alfonso, quote from Believe (Rules, #1)


“You can't just look at me like that and expect me to get over it.”
― Lisa Alfonso, quote from Believe (Rules, #1)


“Believe nothing others tell you. That is Rule No 1 of life in Astro City.

But what if the ones who set the rules are the ones lying to you?

What if the ones who reprimand the rule-breakers are lying to you?

Who do you believe when there is nobody left to believe?”
― Lisa Alfonso, quote from Believe (Rules, #1)


“We're going to die eventually" I protest. "I'd rather die from trying to live than not live at all.”
― Lisa Alfonso, quote from Believe (Rules, #1)


“malfunction |malˈfə ng k sh ən| verb [ intrans. ] fail to function normally or satisfactorily”
― Lisa Alfonso, quote from Believe (Rules, #1)


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Lisa Alfonso
Born place: in Montgomery
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