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Honored Enemy

Raymond E. Feist

Top 10 Best Quotes

“I just pray I don't have to work on you some day. Stitching together flesh that has no soul is bitter work.”

“Now go. An actor should know when to leave the stage, a poet when the lay is finished, and a bard when it is time to put aside the lute.”

“You can be as sharp-tongued as a viper, but you can also be as sweet as wild clover honey.”

“It was an interesting dilemma and with all such dilemmas an opportunity might emerge. 'How best to turn this setback into an advantage,' he wondered silently.”

“Fear had driven two enemies into each other's arms and he smiled at that thought. 'They fear me more than they do each other and that is good' he thought.”

“Your human gods love to present you with such riddles and challenges, or so it has seemed to me for most of my life... You often seem to prefer difficult choices when simple alternatives are available; it is a constant source of amazement to my kind.”

“Tragic to kill a friend in battle by mistake when there are so many enemies to go around.”

“The thought struck Dennis that a hundred years before he was even born Tinuva undoubtedly knew of the river. Again he realized just how ancient the elven race was and with it came the recognition of just how much they risked when facing battle: it wasn't just a score of years in the balance, it was a score of decades.”

“That was not the professional hatred of one warrior for another in the heat of battle, in which even beneath the hatred there still existed a certain begrudging respect.”

“Old enemies must be friends when a greater evil looms.”

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