5+ quotes from Dracula the Un-Dead by Dacre Stoker

Quotes from Dracula the Un-Dead

Dacre Stoker ·  424 pages

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“Secrets are like flowers buried under snow. Eventually they rise up and push through into the light.”
― Dacre Stoker, quote from Dracula the Un-Dead


“Evil comes in shades of gray, not black and white.”
― Dacre Stoker, quote from Dracula the Un-Dead


“I prefer to play English characters. They have a knack for dying well. I have made my career superbly playing well-died Englishmen.”
― Dacre Stoker, quote from Dracula the Un-Dead


“Right or wrong, black or white. Live or die. In peace, he was lost in a sea of gray. Now it was time for war.”
― Dacre Stoker, quote from Dracula the Un-Dead


“Man had created light and cut himself from the Heavens.”
― Dacre Stoker, quote from Dracula the Un-Dead


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