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6+ quotes from The Vampire's Assistant by Darren Shan

Quotes from The Vampire's Assistant

Darren Shan ·  256 pages

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“...The pain didn't bother me. In fact, I welcome it: It meant I was alive. ”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


“For a long time that's all I could do, howl and scream and cry like the wild animal of the night that I'd become.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


“Underneath me, Sam Grest - who'd been my friend and saved my life - lay perfectly still and slipped further and further into the final sleep of an unfair and horrible death.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


“I might have to drink the blood of animals to stay alive, but I would never feast on one of my own kind, no matter what Mr.Crepsley said, or hows much my belly growled.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


“The hunger inside us must be fed to be controlled.”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


“thanks for saving me back there larten
errmm thats mr crepsley to you - darren shan and larten creplsley - the vampires assistant”
― Darren Shan, quote from The Vampire's Assistant


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Darren Shan
Born place: in London, The United Kingdom
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