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7+ quotes from Sanctum by Madeleine Roux

Quotes from Sanctum

Madeleine Roux ·  343 pages

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“You can’t do over what’s already been done, but you sure can undo it. Not easy, but you can undo it.”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“Silence gave the shadows and the darkness power”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“Sanctum, a holy or sacred place. What could be more sacred than possessing the power of your own true thoughts? Sanctum. It is both lock and key.”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“Am I the only one getting a god-awful Dolores Umbridge vibe off of her?”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“paths. Curiosities lurked around every corner. A man belched flames from a podium. The scent of fried cakes and popcorn hung sweet and heavy on the air, tantalizing until it became sickening. And”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“Wow, did Tim Burton binge on Laffy Taffy and vomit all over this place or what?” Jordan whispered.”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

“Heads half-glued together, Abby and Lara had engaged in rapid-fire chitchat as they all hurried across campus.”
― Madeleine Roux, quote from Sanctum

About the author

Madeleine Roux
Born place: in The United States
Born date June 12, 1985
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