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The Dragon Keeper Quotes

10 of the best book quotes from The Dragon Keeper
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“The creatures didn’t move as she approached. They had never tried to hurt her, but she had a feeling that they were hiding their true nature.”
Carole Wilkinson
author
The Dragon Keeper
book
The slave girl
character
bravery
intuition
deceit
fantasy
creatures
true nature
concepts
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“Master Lan told me that I was too stupid to learn how to count beyond ten...” “He was the stupid one.”″
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“How Hell could be a worse place than Huangling on that terrible night, she couldn’t imagine.”
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“If you can count to ten, you can count to ten thousand”
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“Master Lan approached the dragon timidly. He held the lamp in one hand and a bamboo stick in the other, ready to defend himself. His work silk slipper squelched in the dragon droppings. The beast roared again, a sound that made the girl want to curl up in a ball and weep.”
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“The slave girl didn’t have a name; she didn’t know how old she was. She had lived at Huangling Palace since her parents had sold her to Lan when she was a small child.”
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“The straight path must sometimes be crooked.”
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“It is because of its emptiness that the cup is useful.”
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“All answers lie beyond the gate of experience.”
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“The girl took hold of one of its taloned feet. It was the first time she had touched a dragon’s scaly hide. It was rough and dry, like leather that had been left out in the weather for too long. ”

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