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5+ quotes from Clockwork Angels by Kevin J. Anderson

Quotes from Clockwork Angels

Kevin J. Anderson ·  315 pages

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“The best place to start an adventure is with a quiet, perfect life... And someone who realizes that it can't possibly be enough.”
― Kevin J. Anderson, quote from Clockwork Angels


“The best place to start an adventure is with a quiet, perfect life . . . and someone who realizes that it can’t possibly be enough.”
― Kevin J. Anderson, quote from Clockwork Angels


“The best place to start an adventure is with a quiet, perfect life … and someone who realizes that it can’t possibly be enough.”
― Kevin J. Anderson, quote from Clockwork Angels


“My stories aren’t for everyone—they were never meant to be—but”
― Kevin J. Anderson, quote from Clockwork Angels


“When tending a vast and beautiful garden, you have to plant many seeds, never knowing ahead of time which ones will germinate, which will produce the most glorious flowers, which will bear the sweetest fruit. A good gardener plants them all, tends and nurtures them, and wishes them well. Optimism is the best fertilizer.”
― Kevin J. Anderson, quote from Clockwork Angels


About the author

Kevin J. Anderson
Born place: in Racine, Wisconsin, The United States
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