Quotes from The Spellmans Strike Again

Lisa Lutz ·  388 pages

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“Our ability to adapt is amazing. Our ability to change isn't quite as spectacular.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

“I entered his apartment without being invited, which is perfectly fine if you're not a vampire.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

“We knew we were doomed. The kiss was a warm acceptance of years of bickering, years of me consuming foods that I found barely edible and Henry tidying up after someone who already thought she had tidied up. When I kissed Henry I wasn't imagining Ex-boyfriend #13; I was picturing Husband #1.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

“But the most valuable lesson he taught me was this: Every day we get older, and some of us get wiser, but there's no end to our evolution. We are all a mess of contradictions; some of our traits work for us, some against us.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

“I refuse to have a life partner who spends his days pretending to be on a BBC show.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

“I was angry, but I was also tired and devastated by the idea that I would have to spend another four hours trying to reassemble some obnoxious feel-good movie that had done nothing but make me feel bad. I did what any tough, self-reliant, overburdened, sleep-deprived, seasoned investigator would do: I cried.”
― Lisa Lutz, quote from The Spellmans Strike Again

About the author

Lisa Lutz
Born place: in The United States
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