Sunday, November 6, 2011
Quote of the Day
...Now he was getting a lesson in the complexities of human relationships. Coffin had been at it long enough to know that was the way truth lay, that in untidiness lay the answers.
Coffin Underground (100)
Taft was a mercurial creature, hard to know and harder to love....His intelligence was relentless and wild, a fire even he couldn't control. It swallowed entire books at a sitting, finding flaws in arguments, gaps in evidence, errors in interpretation, in subjects far from his own. Paul said it wasn't a destructive personality Taft had, but a destructive mind. The fire grew the more he fed it, leaving nothing behind. When it had burned everything in its path, there was only one thing for it to do. In time, it would turn on itself.
The Rule of Four (60)
~Ian Caldwell & Dustin Thomason
Adulthood is a glacier encroaching quietly on youth. When it arrives, the stamp of childhood suddenly freezes, capturing us for good in the image of our last act, the pose we struck when the ice age set in.
~Caldwell & Thomason (70)