Quotes from Eon

Greg Bear ·  512 pages

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“Once again, human history proved that the worst mistake possible in politics was underestimating one's opponents. Van”
― Greg Bear, quote from Eon


“The asteroid was longer on the inside than it was on the outside. The seventh chamber went on forever.”
― Greg Bear, quote from Eon


“If a truth is dangerous," he said, "then perhaps it is not true enough."   The”
― Greg Bear, quote from Eon


“They were burying the past, or as much of it as they could part with.”
― Greg Bear, quote from Eon


About the author

Greg Bear
Born place: in San Diego, California, The United States
Born date August 20, 1951
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