James Patterson quotes
The funny thing about facing imminent death is that it really snaps everything else into perspective.
What's worse than knowing you want something, besides knowing you can never have it?
Well, that's an evil smile...
Pick a tree. I'll carve our initials into it
I didn't know a van could go up on two wheels like that, for so long
This time I wouldn't forget him, because I couldn't ever forgive him - for breaking my heart twice.
YOU COULD LOCK the Gasman in a padded cell with some dental floss and a bowl of Jell-O, and he'd find a way to make something to explode.
Oh no! Don't drag us away from Antartica and take us to the playground of the rich and famous! Not that briar patch!
At that moment I had no mind to change, or not change, or throw against the nearest wall.
So there you have it, the extent of my charms: brown hair and eyes like unbarfed chocolate. I'm a lucky girl.
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SITTING TIGHT? Holing up? Waiting for answers? Those are things I'm not good at. Planning a massive attack against mechanical geeky-like things when i was already furious and itching to kill something? Piece o'cake
Fang felt a cold jolt, then dismissed it. Max wasn't dead. He would know, somehow. He would have felt it. The world still felt the same to him; therefore, Max was still in it.
He [Iggy] started reaching for things around the table, and his hand landed on Total. “You're black.” “I prefer canine-American,” said Total.
"So you have you price," I said with a mouthful of crumbs. "Your soul for a cookie." Fang made sure Dr. Martinez wasn't looking and then shot me the bird.
Am I tough? Am I strong? Am I hard-core? Absolutely. Did I whimper with pathetic delight when I sank my teeth into my hot fried-chicken sandwich? You betcha.
"They [Erasers] were bad fliers," Angel chimed in, "And in their minds, they weren't all 'kill the mutants', like they usually are. They were like, 'remember to flap!'"
Holy [Insert your choice of a swear word here]," said Fang stunned.
"I hate this guy,” Ari muttered, keeping his head down “There's a club,” I told him. “The Haters of Ter Borcht Club. Have you gotten your badge yet?