- Caleb: You want him to walk? Are you insane?
- Tris: Did I shoot him in the leg? No. He walks. Where do we go, Peter?
I don’t know what it is with Finnick and bread, but he seems obsessed with handling it.
Welcome to the Wilds.
People talk about the pain of grief, but I don’t know what they mean. To me, grief is a devastating numbness, every sensation dulled.
- Will: Well, she's not responding to my advances, so she must be dead.
- Jem: Or she's a woman of good taste and sense.
I’ve learned to get really good at this - say one thing when I’m thinking about something else, act like I’m listening when I’m not, pretend to be calm and happy when I’m really freaking out. It’s one of the skills you perfect as you get older.
- Clary: I stabbed you. With a massive sword. You caught on fire.
- Jace: Okay, so maybe our problems aren't like other couples.
As the alcohol overcomes my mind, I hear the glass bottle shatter on the floor. This seems appropriate since I have obviously lost my grip on everything.
Q:You said that Will/Clary wouldn't work together, nor jace/tessa. I was wondering could you tell us why that is?
Tessa: Have you read this latest novel? It is my favorite!
Jace: No. I was polishing my latest gigantic weapon.
Tessa: a fine pastime for a gentleman, to be sure, but what do you do with your leisure time, sir?
Jace: More killing. My job is my hobby.
Tessa: I am not dressed for such activities.
Jace: My sister Isabelle could lend you an outfit.
Tessa: Is that your sister? I thought she was a prostitute.
Will: Ducks! Confound all ducks!
Clary: Are you all right?
Will: Lo, for a duck is man’s greatest enemy. You know I hate everyone, don’t you? Don’t get too close to me, or it will be your ruin.
Clary: You seem to be fond enough of that silvery-haired guy.
Will: My love for Jem passes your mere understanding.
Clary: So you’re gay, right? That’s okay.
Will: No one has ever suggested I was overly merry before. Have you read Tale of Two Cities?
Clary: For school. It was boring.
We wanted the freedom to love. We wanted the freedom to choose. Now we have to fight for it.