10+ quotes from The Daylight War by Peter V. Brett

Quotes from The Daylight War

Peter V. Brett ·  639 pages

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“You are my daughter. I would love you if you put out the sun.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“I am the palm and this is only wind. I will bend, but I will not break.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Sometimes I get so caught up in my own drama, I forget I'm not the only one in the play.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Fear and pain are only wind. Let it blow past you.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Cowards kill as often as heroes”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Great things can be found in small talk”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Pain teaches, Par’chin, Jardir had once told him, and so we give it freely. Pleasure teaches nothing, and so must be earned.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“We all make mistakes, Gared. But those that can see ’em are halfway to being better men.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“Plant the seeds you have, the Evejah’ting said. For they may bear unexpected fruit.”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

“The future was a living thing, and could never be truly known. It rippled with change whenever someone used free will to make a choice. But”
― Peter V. Brett, quote from The Daylight War

About the author

Peter V. Brett
Born place: in New Rochelle, The United States
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