Quotes from Snakecharm

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes ·  167 pages

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“You speak of giving up my dreams. Have you ever, since Maeve's coven split, had a dream? Have you ever had anything worth dying for?”
― Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, quote from Snakecharm

“You have no sense of what war is like. You have no idea what it means to see those you love fall. You cannot possibly understand what it is to fight for what you believe, and how sometimes you have to fight with words and dreams after all the weapons have been put away. You serve a cold god, surviving on his power for thousands of years without ever living!”
― Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, quote from Snakecharm

“...sifting through our thoughts like children going through colored stones -- optimistic, because although some were too dark and some were too sharp, many glittered like precious gems.”
― Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, quote from Snakecharm

“The inherent dangers of youth will never change. Volatile hearts and ill-advised flirtations can hardly be compared to the hatred and slaughter of war.”
― Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, quote from Snakecharm

“You may come back as soon as your senses have returned.”
― Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, quote from Snakecharm

About the author

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Born place: in Silver Springs, Maryland, The United States
Born date April 16, 1984
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