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5+ quotes from Chasing Merlin

Quotes from Chasing Merlin

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“Rum and Coke.  No ice, please.”  She nodded”
― quote from Chasing Merlin


“Ryan laughed, clapping Emrys on the back.  “Because twenty-seven is so far away from twenty-four.  Emrys over here must have come out of the womb an old man,” he joked. ”
― quote from Chasing Merlin


“Perhaps it is how we are made; perhaps words of truth reach us best through the heart, and stories and songs are the language of the heart.”  -Stephen Lawhead, Merlin”
― quote from Chasing Merlin


“Beth os na fydd yn fy helpu?”
― quote from Chasing Merlin


“Awyr y gynhelir adenydd fy mrawd Rwy'n agor fy hun i chi Cadw ni'n ddiogel ac nid ydynt yn ymladd y dyfodol, rydym yn dod i chi Tawel eich hun!”
― quote from Chasing Merlin


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