10+ quotes from Crack Apple And Pop! by Saira Viola

Quotes from Crack Apple And Pop!

Saira Viola ·  307 pages

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“Kara knew all he recognized was T and A on a string and he was nothing more than a sleazy puppeeter , so long as there were souls for sale he was ready to buy ..”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“In the world of Big Macks Starbucks coffee and oversized SUVS it was business as usual snort and go”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Just a bullet a bag and a dream that's all I had now look at what I got”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Kara didn't feel like a dial and go coke pusher but she was a supremely good hustler”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Pudge was quivering like a weeble toy likely to topple over any second”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Mr Davis was a middle class tremble of a man worried about an unseemly display and his Jerry Springer moment”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Josh had a movie star jewfro and a smug little grin”
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“Talent by association made him nauseous”
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“All's fair in love and litigation”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


“Kara knew je only recognised t and a on a string and he was nothing more than a sleazy pupeeter”
― Saira Viola, quote from Crack Apple And Pop!


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