8+ quotes from Eagle Strike by Anthony Horowitz

Quotes from Eagle Strike

Anthony Horowitz ·  322 pages

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“Let me ask you a question Alex. What do you think is the greatest evil on this plant today?"
"Is that including, or not including you?”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“Go to Venice. Find Scorpia. And you will find your destiny.”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“I have a couple of questions," he said.

"Do, please, go ahead."

"My first one is for Yassen Gregorovich." He turned to the Russian. "Why are you working for this lunatic?"

"I sometimes think that I was richer when I was eight years old than most people will be in their lifetime!"

"Do we have to listen to this?" Alex asked.”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“We have an hour before we have to leave," Cray said. "So I thought I might tell you a little about myself. I thought it might pass the time."

"I'm not really all that interested," Alex said.”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“Come join me for some tea so we can discuss how your giong to die”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“You're trying to tell me that everything you've done is for a good cause. You think that all this killing is worth it because of the results. I'm not sure I agree. Lots of people work for charity; lots of people want to change the world. But they don't have to behave like you.”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“It was the garden of a man who wanted to rule the world but couldn’t, and so had cut the world down to his own size.”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

“if Cray leaves a kitchen knife lying around, I’m going to shove it somewhere painful…”
― Anthony Horowitz, quote from Eagle Strike

About the author

Anthony Horowitz
Born place: in Stanmore, Middlesex, The United Kingdom
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