Quotes from Magic's Pawn

Mercedes Lackey ·  349 pages

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“The great love is gone. There are still little loves - friend to friend, brother to sister, student to teacher. Will you deny yourself comfort at the hearthfire of a cottage because you may no longer sit by the fireplace of a palace? Will you deny yourself to those who reach out to you in hopes of warming themselves at your hearthfire?”
― Mercedes Lackey, quote from Magic's Pawn


“Van, Van, we’re only simple, fallible mortals - we aren’t saints, we aren’t angels - we fall on our faces and make errors and sometimes people die of them - sometimes people we love dearly -”
― Mercedes Lackey, quote from Magic's Pawn


“[...] what the hell do I do about a broken lifebond?"

He shook his head, obviously at a loss. "I can't tell you; I don't know. I don't Heal minds, I Heal bodies. And I don't know of anyone who Heals hearts.”
― Mercedes Lackey, quote from Magic's Pawn


“Bir şeyleri dışarı atıp kapıyı kilitlediğinde, aslında kendini içeri kilitlemiş oluyorsun.”
― Mercedes Lackey, quote from Magic's Pawn


“Better, I thought, not to touch at all than to touch and bring hurt upon myself and others. Better to do nothing than to make a move and have it be the wrong one. But even deciding to not touch or to be nothing is a decision, Vanyel, and by deciding not to touch, so as to avoid hurt, I then hurt those who tried to touch me.” He”
― Mercedes Lackey, quote from Magic's Pawn



About the author

Mercedes Lackey
Born place: in Chicago, Illinois, The United States
Born date June 24, 1950
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