Quotes from The End

Charlie Higson ·  454 pages

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“I’m fighting and I’m winning and I’m living. The full package.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“Yeah,’ said Blue quietly. ‘World peace and free Wi-Fi.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“He’s also a dick,’ said Achilleus to a scattering of laughter. Maxie saw that even Nicola was trying to hide a smile.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“After Arran died we could've fallen apart. But we didn't. Because you held it together. "Arran Lives" - you remember that?"
"I remember."
"He lived in you, Max. You done well. I like you. You're cool.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“You’re gonna really scare them grown-ups, Paddy,’ said Achilleus. ‘They’ll be filling their nappies in fright.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End



“I was the hero, Roberto De Niro, William Shakespearo! Walking on the beaches, looking at the peaches.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“Then maybe I’ll sneak into Buckingham Palace and slit his chicken throat one night.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


“Well, there’s a shitstorm coming, Hayden. And we’re going to be right in the middle of it.”
― Charlie Higson, quote from The End


About the author

Charlie Higson
Born place: in The United Kingdom
Born date July 3, 1958
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