5+ quotes from The Inside Story by Michael Buckley

Quotes from The Inside Story

Michael Buckley ·  288 pages

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“Keep your paws off my fiancèe, you flea-ridden stray!”
― Michael Buckley, quote from The Inside Story


“If we have to get married and have a million babies, I hope our relationship will be built on mutual disgust and an endless barrage of ridicule and insults. It feels like the only thing I can count on right now. I don’t want something dumb like respect and affection getting in the way.”
― Michael Buckley, quote from The Inside Story


“Sabrina leaned in and pressed her lips to Puck’s. There was a little static shock that startled her and she stepped back with her hands on her mouth.”
― Michael Buckley, quote from The Inside Story


“So this fairy tale is a horror story”
― Michael Buckley, quote from The Inside Story


“Daphne, I don't think we're in Ferrypot Landing anymore.
~Sabrina Grimm”
― Michael Buckley, quote from The Inside Story


About the author

Michael Buckley
Born place: Akron, Ohio, The United States
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