7+ quotes from The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan

Quotes from The Vampire Prince

Darren Shan ·  192 pages

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“They forget that the vampaneze were once our brothers, that by destroying them, we destroy a part of ourselves. Most vampire never realize how pointless and savage war truly is. You were smart enough to see through the truth. Don't ever forget it.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“The hands of fate keep time on a heart-shaped clock.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“I will conduct myself with all due decorum." Mr. Crepsley said pompously, then added beneath his breath, "but I will miss her. With all my heart and soul, I miss her.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“Mr. Crepsley was every bit as composed as he'd sworn he would be. He didn't even shed a tear when the funeral litter was set alight. It was only later, when he was alone in his cell, that he wept loudly, and his cries echoed through the corridors and the tunnels of Vampire Mountain, far in the cold, lonely dawn.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“They got so accustomed to the false alarms that when she did eventually die, they did not realize it, and she lay there twenty minutes, serene in my embrace, smiling blankly at me.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“Arra made me promise, on her deathbed, that I would not let Darren die. I beg you -- do not force me to choose between loyalty to you and my vow to her.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


“Later that day, shortly before the sun sank in the wintry sky, despite the best efforts of the medics, Arra Sails closed her eyes, made peace with the gods of the vampires, breathed her last...and died.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire Prince


About the author

Darren Shan
Born place: in London, The United Kingdom
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