Continuing with my most highlighted phrases series, I’m now turning to quotes from The Forever Gate. As usual, I got these numbers from the Kindle site. Note: I included the most highlighted sections from books 1 – 5, as well as those from the compendium edition, for completeness.
What is a mind? Why does it betray us at those times when we need it most?
The hammer of the forge inside me won’t back down sometimes, and it hurts the people I care about the most
When you put the time in, and I mean really put the time in, you bond with her. Through the good times. Through the bad times. You bond. And it’s the bond that makes the father, regardless of genetics
Familiarity leads to habit, habit leads to assumption, assumption leads to reality. What we see and hear must be real, and must be the only reality there is.
He rode death’s horse by the tips of his fingers and the tips of his toes.
It seemed somehow fitting that the last execution he’d attend would be his own.
But that was the style of the rich. And the rich so loved imitating the rich.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the universe constantly tends toward higher entropy or randomness. Life is a violation of that law
I never stopped loving you. Though I hated you, I loved you. It’s a strange thing, isn’t it? To hate someone yet love them all the same. A strange strange thing
So there you have it. Do you have any favorite quotes from The Forever Gate? If so, leave a comment in the field below and tell me about it! I’m always fascinated by those phrases that resonate the most with readers.
All the best.