Quotes from Shutter

Courtney Alameda ·  384 pages

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“Bloodlines and last names didn't make a man extraordinary — the extraordinary existed in what we did in life, not in who we were.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


“We are not defined by our lack of fear—Dad had said, smiling as Ethan let our four-year-old brother tackle him—but rather by what we choose to do when facing the nightmare.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


“We are not defined by our lack of fear but rather by what we choose to do when facing the nightmare.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


“Fortune favors the bold," he said. "But she'll only fall for a bloke who's got an ace up his sleeve.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


“My people are condemned to wander this eternal twilight”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter



“The problem with a cross is - It fails the unbeliever.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


“Unlike Dad, she'd always known just the right things to say, and her words felt like bandages or spurs or even ledges, instead of Dad's bullets and knives and nooses.”
― Courtney Alameda, quote from Shutter


About the author

Courtney Alameda
Born place: The United States
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