Quotes from Greywalker

Kat Richardson ·  341 pages

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“You! You are so lucky you're dead.”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker


“Are you at work?" I asked.
Not precisely, but that's a good suggestion....”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker


“Memories leave a light in the eyes, just as plain as scars.”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker


“So what building are we breaking into? Give me all the information you've got and I'll hunt down the rest. By the way, when are we doing this?"

I glanced up. "Tonight."

Tonight? Oh, boy... Miracles 'R' Us. I assume that we're not going to go and ask permission for this.”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker


“You must be careful, Harper. You're stubborn, hardheaded, scientific practicalist, and all of this seems like a nightmare to you that you hope will simply evaporate when you wake up. But you don't wake up from this.”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker



“What about the motorcycle parts?"
"Those belong to my sort-of boyfriend. He's in Italy right now, visiting his family, and I like to have the mess around to remind me of him."
"Oh. So that's why Dante in Italian."
She blushed and looked away. "No. That's why the Italian boyfriend.”
― Kat Richardson, quote from Greywalker


About the author

Kat Richardson
Born place: in The United States
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