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After the Fire

Will Hill

Top 10 Best Quotes

“[...] nothing is ever only good and nothing is ever only bad. Everything is somewhere in the middle.”

“I think the line is so blurry that at times you don't even know which side you're on; like how you can tell the truth but not mention something important, or how you can tell a lie that has some truth in it.”

“Love changes how you see everything. It blinds you, but in a good way.”

“It's like the past has poisoned the present.”

“Because nothing is ever only good and nothing is ever only bad. Everything is somewhere in the middle.”

“Bad and good, False and True: they’re the opposite ends of a whole spectrum of behaviour, not the only two things a person can be. Because life just isn’t that simple. People aren’t that simple, even though I’m sure things would be a lot more straightforward if they were.”

“Are you ready to talk about that?” “No.” “Will you?” “Yes.” “Why?” “Because I need to.”

“I take a sheet of paper from he stack and run my fingers over its surface. It's smooth, because it's never been used. It's brand new. It has no history.”

“places are only places... people make them into more than they are.”

“If you need to be brought to understanding at a slower pace, then that is your burden, and yours alone.”

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Book Keywords:

good-and-bad, love, grey-areas, lines, truth, morality, places, lies, life, existential

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