4+ quotes from Every Time We Say Goodbye by Kristina McMorris

Quotes from Every Time We Say Goodbye

Kristina McMorris ·  420 pages

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“The whole world can become the enemy when you lose what you love.”
― Kristina McMorris, quote from Every Time We Say Goodbye


“The line between him and the enemy had simultaneously blurred and solidified. Somehow, while perhaps it shouldn't have, this thought provided a strange sense of peace.”
― Kristina McMorris, quote from Every Time We Say Goodbye


“When it came to risks, the thinnest of lines separated a legend and a fool.”
― Kristina McMorris, quote from Every Time We Say Goodbye


“a verbal tap of the gavel. “Mmm,”
― Kristina McMorris, quote from Every Time We Say Goodbye


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Kristina McMorris
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