14+ quotes from The Necromancer by Michael Scott

Quotes from The Necromancer

Michael Scott ·  416 pages

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“You are not living, you are surviving.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Good or bad is a matter of perspective. I met an immortal hunami once, a man called William Shakespeare, who wrote that there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Often the greatest act of courage is admitting that one has made a mistake. [...] Follow your hearts. Protect one another, trust one another, because, at the end of the day, all of these people want something from you, or want you to do something for them, or be something that you are not. Your own responsibility is to one another.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Niten's eyes didn't move, but a trace of a smile curled his lips. "I do not need my eyes to tell me where I'm going."
"I have no idea what that means," Josh said. "Is it like some sort of ninja trick?"
Niten shot Josh a warning look. "Whatever you do, don't mention-"
It was too late. In the backseat Aoife stirred. "Ninjas," she spat. "Why is everyone so obsessed with ninjas? They were never that good. And they were cowards, sneaking around in their black pajamas, stabbing their victims with poisoned darts. I hate ninjas-they have no honor.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“There is always something to see, if you only know how to look.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Even that. What is the point in living forever, if it is not with the woman I love?”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“You told me it was a mistake to fight the scarred warriors. They were the survivors.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“But the truth is a double-edged sword; it is a dangerous thing.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“I am not afraid to die because I know that when we go, we will go together. It is living without you that would be unbearable.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“I met an immortal humani once, a man called William Shakespeare, who wrote that there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. -Aoife the Shadows”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“I am not talking about immortality now," Perenelle said, her Breton accent thickening. "We have lived for centuries, Nicholas, centuries. I am not afraid to die because I know that when we go, we will go together. It is living without you that would be unbearable.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Sisters are a trial,” he said. “And it doesn’t matter if they’re Elder or humani. Sometimes I think they exist solely to upset and annoy their brothers.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Clarent and Excalibur. Together. Yesterday, he had held them in his hands and watched as the two swords had fused together to create a single stone sword. Even from across the room, Dee could feel the power radiating from the object in long slow waves.”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


“Everything she touched either crumbled to dust or dissolved into a powder that gave off spores. The”
― Michael Scott, quote from The Necromancer


About the author

Michael Scott
Born place: in Dublin, Ireland
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