Quotes from Reaper

Rachel Vincent ·  64 pages

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“So, 'reaper' is really just a nice word for 'covert pervert?' Is that what you're saying?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“She's fifteen!"
Nash shrugged. "That's just a number. It doesn't say anything about her."
"It says something pretty damn funny about your IQ!" I said, and he opened his mouth to retort, but I spoke over him. "Fifteen is too young to drive, too young to get a legal job, too young to sign a lease, and obviously too young to pick a boyfriend with half a brain.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“So, you reap souls and crush hopes? Is that part of the job, or just a service you offer for free?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“it isn’t healthy, how wrapped up they are in each other. Relationships like that burn bright, but when they burn out, they leave everyone blistered.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“Now if you’ll excuse me, Death waits for no man. Except me.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“So,would you say I’m closer to a zombie or a vampire? I gotta know—are my parts going to rot and fall off, or am I forever frozen in youthful perfection?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“So you’re saying the afterlife is hard on the libido? FYI, that’s probably not a good bullet point for your recruiting brochure.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“Uh, yeah, I do. The scythe was a little tricky at first, but—much like golf—turns out it’s all in the swing.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“This would be so much easier if they actually issued black hoods,”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“If I weren’t already dead, I’d be alive with joy,”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“Just FYI, in your case, I think it’s okay to fear the reaper.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“I’m confiscating your hair dryer—you’ve fried your brain.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“I hate to question
your dedication to the recruiting process, but it sounds
more like you ran up against a deadline and grabbed
the first sucker with the balls to call you out.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“There was just no good way for a dead son to greet his mother almost two weeks after his funeral.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“From adult diapers to bedpans? Move over, Elvis, I’m the afterlife of the party!”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“Sorry, but the whole walking corpse epiphany kind of threw me off my game.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“I recognize no other kind of ass.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“He’s not like you, Tod. Aside from a couple of notable exceptions, you tend to think things through, but Nash is ruled by his heart—”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“What if the house catches fire?”

“Roast marshmallows. And if it floods, you’ll go down with the ship. If there’s a tornado, I’ll meet both you and this house in Oz, after my shift. Got it?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“But if there was a protocol for how to say goodbye to your newly ex-boyfriend's brother, right after you kissed him and probably sent your ex into the arms of his willing ex-girlfriend, I didn't know what it was.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“What took you so long?” Nash asked, as he slid into the passenger seat and pulled the door closed.
“I stopped to donate all your underwear to the homeless. You’re gonna wanna take care of those tighty whities—they’re all you’ve got left.”
He leaned against the door, either too tired or too drunk to sit up. “And to think, most people don’t understand your sense of humor.”
“Fools, all of them.”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

“I gotta know—are my parts going to rot and fall off, or am I forever frozen in youthful perfection?”
― Rachel Vincent, quote from Reaper

About the author

Rachel Vincent
Born place: The United States
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