10+ quotes from The Merchant of Death by D.J. MacHale

Quotes from The Merchant of Death

D.J. MacHale ·  375 pages

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“Whenever you look back and say "if" you know you're in trouble. There is no such thing as "if". The only thing that matters is what really happened.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“Not just chubby fat, I'm talkin' gordo”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“Whenever you look back and say, "If," you know you're in trouble. There's no such thing as "if." The only thing that counts is what really happened.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“where is here, when is now??”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“I felt as if I learned a few things. I learned that it's sometimes okay to think like a weenie, so long as you don't act like one—at least not all the time. I learned that it's okay to be wrong, as long as you can admit it and are willing to listen to those who may know better.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“This is the way it was ment to be”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“We may not have made our grand statement, but we will still have our battle. We are armed with tak and we will triumph. Your efforts have been in vain. The battle is about to begin.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“...[T]he bottom line is that I made the right decision. So maybe it's okay to think like a weenie sometimes, so long as you don't act like one. There's grand philosophy in there someplace.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“...[A] friend is someone who gives you trust because they want to, not because they have to.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


“He'd often come here to think. Occasionally he even used the toilet for its intended purpose, but mostly he came here to get away.”
― D.J. MacHale, quote from The Merchant of Death


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D.J. MacHale
Born place: in Greenwick, CT, The United States
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