6+ quotes from The Truth of the Matter by Andrew Klavan

Quotes from The Truth of the Matter

Andrew Klavan ·  346 pages

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“If you're not at least willing to die for something- something that really matters- in the end, you die for nothing.”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


“A rock is harder than a feather, you can talk and jabber and make exceptions, but in the end, if you have to choose which one is gonna hit you on the head, you'll choose the feather every single time.”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


“Have you ever had to get through a day, smiling at people, talking, as if everything were normal and okay, while all the time you felt like you were carrying a leaden weight of unhappiness inside you?”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


“Life's funny chucklehead. You only get one and you don't want to throw it away. But you can't really live it at all unless you're willing to give it up for the things you love. If you're not at least willing to die for something-something that really matters-in the end you die for nothing.”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


“I'd left them because I'd loved them. Beth and my parents and my friends and my life-my free, American life. I loved them, and if I had a chance to protect them from the people who wanted to destroy them then I had to take that chance even if it meant I would never see them again.”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


“There may come a time when even the most peaceful man alive has to fight or else something truly evil will happen”
― Andrew Klavan, quote from The Truth of the Matter


About the author

Andrew Klavan
Born place: New York City, New York, The United States
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