Conor Kostick

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    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    The moon was up, covering the surface of the sea with a swathe of silver silk
    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    his bark is worse than his bite
    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    Very good. He seems to have gathered it up from everyone in exile. And
    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    like they were cultivated. So
    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    king was tall, his white wavy hair merging with a flowing beard, which was braided with colourful strands of blue and gold thread,
    stanleyhas quoted3 years ago
    If those who harboured him knew he was under sentence of exile, then they too must go
    Lin Robinhas quoted4 years ago
    nfair.’ Normally Erik considered self-pity a sign of weakness, and never let it take form in his own mind, let alone allow his friends to see it. But these were not normal circumstances. Not only was he likely to be placed among complete strangers and set to some painfully arduous work, but his own parents considered him a child still, untrustworthy and unequal to a discussion on a future that would affect them all. In his own mind he was loyal, dependable and could hold his tongue if a secret needed to be guarded.
    ‘Of course it is unfair. Totally unfair and unreasonable. It’s not your family’s fault the solar panel broke. That could happen to anyone. Why should you be punished?’ When Injeborg
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    Your father cannot fight for us. That’s the end of the matter.’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    Leave it, Erik. We’ve had this out a thousand times.
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    No. I won’t. Not any more. It doesn’t make sense
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    What can be worse than being reallocated?’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    We are going to be reallocated.’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    Why don’t you issue a challenge, Dad?’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    Let’s be honest with each other. At least we have that.
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    ‘I didn’t penetrate his armour.’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    We will find a way.
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    You did your best. We knew it was nearly impossible.’
    William Pearsonhas quoted4 years ago
    The poison did no good service, then?
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