10+ quotes from Dead by Morning by Kayla Krantz

Quotes from Dead by Morning

Kayla Krantz ·  426 pages

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“He's evil, and the only thing that stops evil is death.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“You can blackmail me into going on dates with you and you can have your friends kidnap me, but you can't tell me why you do it?" she asked him in disbelief.
"Look, you'll find out eventually and you won't like it, I know. I try hard to get you to feel something towards me so that when you find out, you won't fight me," he whispered in her ear.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“Some slight awareness in the back of her mind, beneath the pain, told her she was free.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“...too many people in such a limited place only served to fuel her anxiety.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“He was far scarier than any ghost could be. He was real, and he was a monster.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“Killing is for those with a sick mind.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“He had never actually said what he hunted, only that he enjoyed it.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“She would have to work alone, and she was fine with that.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“Luna was glad Amy wasn’t one to pry. She knew that if she wanted to talk about it, she would. More people needed to be like her.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning

“Your friend will pay deeply for what he’s done here tonight,” Chance snarled once he wiped off most of the blood. “You can tell him to run as far and as fast as he can, I’ll get him. Just let him know that once this is all over, it’s just gonna be you and me and a world full of corpses.”
― Kayla Krantz, quote from Dead by Morning


About the author

Kayla Krantz
Born place: in Roseville, The United States
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