Quotes from Stad van maskers

Mary Hoffman ·  333 pages

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“I hardly think a girl is much of a threat. I presume you searched her for weapons? But if she attempts to suffocate me with her straw mattress, I promise to call out for help.”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

“If I had known, do you think I should have let her get away with this mad plan? That I should have let her rob me of my child? No, I should have taken you myself and hidden with you in some far-off land and never seen her again rather than agree to such an unnatural scheme”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

“Dia... het is zo. Ik begrijp er niet veel van, maar ik geloof je wél. Je komt uit een grote stad hier heel ver vandaan, waar je heel erg ziek bent, en hier ben je opeens gezond en wel. Hoe bestaat dat? - Arianna”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

“Een dolk en een masker,' fluisterde Lucien. 'Over een paar maanden zul je nog gevaarlijker zijn dan je nu al bent.”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

“De duchessa is dood. - Silvia”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

“Ik heb mijn besluit genomen. - Arianna”
― Mary Hoffman, quote from Stad van maskers

About the author

Mary Hoffman
Born place: in The United Kingdom
Born date January 1, 1945
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