Quotes from Evil Librarian

Michelle Knudsen ·  352 pages

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“Maybe… they are stocking high schools across the country with hot young librarians as part of a massive literacy initiative.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Musical theater can save you, even if only for two or three hours at a time.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Maybe it’s not even his master plan; maybe it’s, like, the American Library Association’s master plan, and they are stocking high schools across the country with hot young librarians as part of a massive literacy initiative.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Anything really is possible in musical theater.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“But, hey. Out of all the demons I have met, she is my favorite by, like, infinity.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian



“An evil librarian is taking over the school. He appears to be making my best friend his special evil library monitor.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“I am pinned to my seat with pity and horror and a weird, twisted affection laced with longing and traces of lust.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“He said my name. He knows what my name is. He spoke it out loud and used it in a sentence.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Every demon loves Sweeney Todd, you know. It’s kind of a given.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“He looks at me again and the flames vanish and the knife is gone and his voice goes light and breezy and all coffee-shop conversational, as if he wasn't just one second ago impaling me with fiery eyes and discussing the dark fate of my best friend and the souls of all my classmates.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian



“Finally, eternal gratitude to all the (100 percent non-evil) librarians and other library staffers I have known and worked with and been helped and inspired by over the years. I don’t know where I would be without you!”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Mr. Gabriel is clearly insane, evil and dangerous and insane (and let’s not forget, you know, a demon).”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“He's doing some kind of demony witch-craft (demoncraft?), and there is someone's blood all over the place, and do evil murdering demon librarians generally let witnesses to their crimes go running off into the late afternoon to tattle to the world? No. No, they don't.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Because, you know, evil demon librarians, not so much known for the honesty policy.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Laundromat, mini-mart, nail salon, pet shop, Books of Darkness.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian



“I just want to build the set for the show and be secretly in love with Ryan and not have to fight demons.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“There is buzz among the populace.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“After all of this, I do not want to be eaten by some random demon who just wanted a postshow snack.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“But you're - your'e not-' Ryan stops, swallows, starts again. 'You're not human,' he says.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian


“Strangely, the job description did not specify that as a requirement.”
― Michelle Knudsen, quote from Evil Librarian



About the author

Michelle Knudsen
Born date February 22, 2018
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