6+ quotes from Never to Sleep by Rachel Vincent

Quotes from Never to Sleep

Rachel Vincent ·  56 pages

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“He was beyond gorgeous. But Eastlake High was full of pretty people who acted like total freaks. I blame the local water supply. Which was why I drank bottled water.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


“Survival strategy. If you’re not careful, this place will eat you alive, and Kaylee’s like bait for the beasts.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


“Is that a joke? Please tell me you're joking. -Sophie
I never joke about carnivorous bunnies. -Luca”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


“I kind of felt like a new kind of princess. A warrior princess, ready to swing her battle-ax through hordes of the fashion-challenged and the socially unfortunate.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


“Here, just like in my own world, popularity was power; survival required the occasional sacrifice of a damaged limb—or a damaged cousin—and alliances were crucial.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


“But as Luca slid into my passenger seat to accept my offer of a ride home, the most pressing question was already weighing heavy on my mind. What does a warrior princess wear for her first day on the throne?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Never to Sleep


About the author

Rachel Vincent
Born place: The United States
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