terrifying Quotes

13 of the best book quotes about terrifying
“Things used to be awesome, but now they’re kinda terrifying.”
“It was the first time I had lived among other Japanese, or gone to school with them, and I was terrified all the time.”
“Miles and Flora saw more — things terrible and unguessable.”
“We did not scale the rod because we ... could, we scaled it because we were terrified ... we couldn’t. ”
“There is no creature on earth half so terrifying as a truly just man.”
“All that was metaphorical has become literal, and the children are children, and the terrors are terrifying.”
“Someone had once said you could be terrified in space, but you could not be worried there. It was perfectly true.”
“Wasn’t this what he had wanted…from this relationship? To be so indispensable to another person that that person couldn’t even comprehend his life without him? And now he had it, and the demands of the position terrified him. He had asked for responsibility without understanding completely how much damage he could do. Was he able to do this?”
“There’s so much pain everywhere, and we just close our eyes to it. The truth is we’re all scared. We’re terrified of each other.”
“But what is most terrifying is not the executioner, but the unnatural light in the dream, coming from a cloud that is boiling and tumbling on the earth, as always at moments of world catastrophe.”
“When you leave home to follow your dreams, your road will probably be riddled with potholes, not always paved in happy Technicolor bricks. You’ll probably be kicked to the ground 150 million times and told you’re nuts by friends and strangers alike. As you progress you may feel lonely or terrified for your physical and emotional safety. You may overestimate your own capabilities or fail to live up to them, and you’ll surely fall flat on your face once in a while.”
“Such frank talk about money embarrassed Kit. Her grandfather had seldom mentioned such a thing. She herself had rarely so much as held a coin in her hand, and for sixteen years she had never questioned the costly and beautiful things that surrounded her. In the last few months, to be sure, she had a terrifying glimpse of what it might mean to live without money, but it seemed shameful to speak of it.”
Andres, son of an arrested folk singer and Isa and Beto, twins, running their travelling puppet theatre, grow tired of talking in whispers.
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