Quotes from Once

Morris Gleitzman ·  149 pages

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“Everybody deserves to have something good in their life. At least once”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“Barney said that everybody deserves to have something good in their life at least once. I have. More than once.”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“Everybody deserves something good in there life atleast once”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“Termine como termine mi historia, nunca olvidaré lo afortunado que soy.”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“De repente quiero que me clave una de las jeringuillas, para poder caer en un sueño profundo y no despertarme nunca, para no volver a sentir este dolor nunca más.”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“A veces, los padres no pueden proteger a sus hijos incluso aunque les quieran más que a nada en el mundo. A veces incluso cuando lo intentan con todas sus fuerzas, no pueden salvarlos.
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

“Todo el mundo merece que le ocurra algo bueno en su vida, al menos una vez.”
― Morris Gleitzman, quote from Once

About the author

Morris Gleitzman
Born place: in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England, The United Kingdom
Born date January 9, 1953
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