Tsugumi Ohba · 195 pages
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“Start looking around you... and all you see are people the world would be better off without.”
“The name of the human who is written in this note shall die.”
“I AM RIGHTEOUS!! I'm the hero who's liberating people from fear. I'm the savior who's going to be like a god of this perfect new world!”
“Where there's black, even grey looks white,”
“slightest touch or movement brought on nausea”
“All families are psychotic. Everybody has basically the same family - it's just reconfigured slightly different from one to the next.”
“Al was standing a bare three feet away, his mood almost jovial as he took the paper and it vanished in a wash of black sparkles.
“Thank you, Rachel,” he said, carefully reaching for my hand as Trent stiffened.
“Welcome back, my itchy witch.”
“Prayer is a way of asking for something. It is the medium of miracles. But the only meaningful prayer is for forgiveness, because those who have been forgiven have everything.”
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