Quotes from The Girl

Lola St. Vil ·  312 pages

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“Your courage is in your tears. Every time you cry, you lose a little bit more of it. That’s why you’re so breakable. Not because you’re human, because you’re always shedding courage from your eyes.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“You have to fight for the people that you love.
You. Have. To. Fight.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“Where to?” he inquires. “A place called ‘none of your business’ and then I’ll stop at the ‘stay out of my life’ shop and get you a t-shirt.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“I was mistaken about Eve in the beginning;  It is better to live outside the Garden with her   than inside, without her….”                                                                                       —Mark Twain”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“Oh, for a second I thought Donald Trump was a Runner,” I say, laughing at my own stupidity. Miku raises her eyebrows but refuses to say anything. Could it be? Is Trump a Runner?”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“He’s not mine. The only thing that’s truly mine is this bottomless despair.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“So long as I get to hold you, none of it matters.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“Hey, I know you don’t know me but I’m falling for you and I want you to leave your drop-dead gorgeous model slash angel girlfriend and be with me. Oh and by the way, I’m the product of the most evil and horrendous crime a man can ever commit. So… you wanna grab a bite?”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“wash my hands and head out the door. The urge to ditch doesn’t last long. Besides, even if I had ditched class, where would I go? Everyone who cut class today had something fun and exciting to do. Their life had urgency and meaning. My life, on the other hand, is routine and ordinary.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“I am under the influence of some tremendous attraction which I have resisted in vain, and which overmasters me. You could draw me to fire, you could draw me to water, you could draw me to anything I have most avoided…” —Charles Dickens”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“Such a heavy burden, isn’t it?” “It’s”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

“Okay note to self: news of the end of the world is best taken on an empty stomach.”
― Lola St. Vil, quote from The Girl

About the author

Lola St. Vil
Born date April 21, 2018
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