Quotes from Revenge of the Spellmans

Lisa Lutz ·  375 pages

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“ISABEL: Sorry I missed my session Monday.

DR. RUSH: Would you like to tell me why?

ISABEL: I was depressed.

DR. RUSH: That's a good reason to come to therapy.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from Revenge of the Spellmans


“I'm sorry you're angry" is NOT an apology.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from Revenge of the Spellmans


“The next week she withheld my paycheck until I signed a document (drafted by David) in which I promised not to marry Connor. Ever. I signed the document, took the check, and had David draft another document forbidding all Spellmans to practice any form of blackmail. David tried to explain to me that a contract in which you promise not to break the law is ultimately redundant, but I didn't care.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from Revenge of the Spellmans


“It's not like I didn't think I had any demons. I did, but I could name them- and even provide an address and telephone number for each. As far as I was concerned, those demons could go to therapy instead of me.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from Revenge of the Spellmans


“vous plaît prendre vos vitamines. Chacun d’entre eux. SIMON & SCHUSTER READING GROUP GUIDE Revenge of the Spellmans by Lisa Lutz The times, they are a-changin’—and Isabel (Izzy) Spellman is trying desperately to hit the pause button.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from Revenge of the Spellmans



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Lisa Lutz
Born place: in The United States
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