Best 530 of Sci fi quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

S. L. Wallace

I know who I am, and I'm being true to myself.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Blake Crouch

He thinks perhaps there’s a reason our memories are kept hazy and out of focus. Maybe their abstraction serves as an anesthetic, a buffer protecting us from the agony of time and all that it steals and erases.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Hadas Moosazadeh

Much of our lives are wasted by finding reality, even though we live in unstable nature and with many irrational laws.

By Anonym 17 Sep

S. L. Wallace

Oh, I wonder if there's another way.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Neal Asher

It seemed that, after contact with a few human generations, sand hogs would begin to understand human speech. The irony was that after coming to understand their riders fully, the beasts often ended up abandoning them and heading off into the wilderness.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Black Crouch

I want to breath the same air as you every minute of every day of my life. No matter how many timelines I live.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Hadas Moosazadeh

Try and endeavor almost have the same interpretation, but in one meaningful difference. Who doesn't try to get his goals, should endeavor more than just try. (Tora-Bora mountains)

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amanda Carlson

Thanks, Maisie,” I said. “I appreciate the update.” “I enjoy being helpful,” she replied.” Darby chuckled. “I think she’s developing a sense of humor.” “I’m not sure I can handle an inanimate polymer egg cracking jokes all the time,” I said.

By Anonym 16 Sep

K. D. Wood

Do you know why the lotus is one of my favorite flowers?" I cocked my head to one side so I could see his expression. He shook his head. "This beautiful flower lives in the most vile, muddy water of swamps and bogs," I said and rubbed the smooth metal of the pendant between my fingers. He frowned. "No, seriously... the grosser the environment, the better," I said. "So let me get this straight. You like a flower that lives in disgusting places?" One of his eyebrows rose. "That ain't right." "No, I love this flower," I corrected. He glanced at me out of the corner of his eye, "Seriously?" "What?" You don't believe me?" "Sure, I believe you. It's just weird." "I'll tell you why, but only if you promise not to laugh," I said. He nodded. Taking a cleansing breath, I rested my head against the seat, closed my eyes, and took that scary first step. "This flower stays in the mud and muck all night long." I peeked at him without moving my head. His face had become set in the smooth lines of one who listens intently. "Then, at sunrise, it climbs toward the light and opens into a pristine bloom. After the sun goes down, the bloom sinks into the mire. Even though it spends the whole night underwater, the flower emerges every morning as beautiful as the day before." Smiling, I swiveled in my seat to face him. "I love this flower because it reminds me that we get second chances every day, no matter what muck life drags us through.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rachel Swirsky

He glared at Lucian in the manner of birds, first peering through one eye and then turning his head to peer through the other, apparently finding both views equally loathsome.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Maura Milan

She searched through the dark for Brinn’s face, expecting a warm welcome. A hug, a hello. Anything. Footsteps stomped toward her, followed by the sting of a palm against her face. All right, that worked too.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Scott Kaelen

A crush of bodies surrounded the featureless monument. The enraged dead clambered atop their ghastly kin. Caiaphas tucked his knees to his chest and hugged his legs tightly, staring at the scores of ragged, flailing hands as they scratched for purchase over the edge of the cylinder. Metal thrummed and thunder roared, filling his head. Now there were words within the deafening roar. “Straaaange,” they seemed to say. “Daaaace…” “Straaaangerrrr…” Then a quick, awful chant: “CAIAPHAS! FOREVER! CAI—” And with a piercing whistle it ended as his eardrums burst.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Derek Donais

...the magic was a tool, though a natural, mysterious tool. In its awareness of the magic, his human nature had desired to connect with it, to use it. The whisperings were the voice of his own awakening, not the seductive call of a dark power. Using it was not corruption, but a natural extension of his being. And he could control the manner in which he used it. He would.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cheryl Sterling

Dave had been fun when they’d first dated. Then impending fatherhood had sobered him at the same time Mickle and Company had crooked its finger, turning him from Mr. Right to Mr. Wrong.

By Anonym 17 Sep

John Zakour

No thanks,” I answered, “I never take rides from strangers, thugs who've tried to kill me or people with poor personal hygiene. Congratulations, by the way, for being the first person to qualify in all three categories.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Henry Mosquera

I have a hard time trusting a person without a couple of murders on his record, Mr. Draedax.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Holly Black

His wax-white skin was cool to the touch when she brushed his neck to find the knot of cloth. She'd never been this close to a vampire,never realized what it would be like to be so near to someone who didn't breathe, who could be as still as any statue. His chest neither rose not fell. Her hands shook.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Serena M. Barbacetto

Guardo Edith, ormai avanti negli anni: dopo avermi cercato con gli occhi e trovato ai margini di quel giardino solatio, intento a scrivere sul mio solito quaderno rilegato di pelle lista e scolorita, mi scruta da lontano, lasciando affiorare un sorriso che le increspa appena le labbra. È lì e aspetta, come sempre, seduta nella sua poltrona preferita sotto il portico della candida villa in cui viviamo da vent’anni, immersa nel verde e nei fiori. Vorrei dirle che il problema non è nostro, ma del mondo, che non ama le cose semplici. Il mondo è un caos d’idee complicate che si fanno la guerra fra loro, senza lasciare spazio alla ragionevolezza, e a coloro che si lanciano in fantasticherie idealistiche non offre che buche in cui seppellirle, quando giunge il momento di raccoglierne i pezzi. Adesso che anche l’ultimo grande sogno è finito, un’altra Grande Guerra è alle porte. Se sarà ancora peggiore della precedente, probabilmente sarà l’ultima. (...) Sostando in piedi all’ombra del grande albero, Edith fissa un punto lontano, all’orizzonte, appoggiandosi alla staccionata bianca, e continua a fissarlo fin quasi a farsi lacrimare gli occhi.

By Anonym 17 Sep

John Zakour

My number one fear is heights. Well, not so much the heights but the falling from heights. Actually the falling isn’t that bad (I have a strong heart), it’s the sudden stops that are painful. Believe me — I experienced it once.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Julian Cheek

It is as if, he thought, the mist represents my life outside of here and now, and that anything else is still "out there", to be discovered, or not.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Breehn Burns

Your mom said to say I could have just one peanut butter square but not til after they cool down.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence N. Oliver

As I said, the Esoli Na was damaged. It had been in orbit around one of their colony planets they call Camillus, when it was attacked by the Nineteenth. The Gar Rei had not joined in any significant conflict with the Nineteenth for some time leading up to the attack and were taken by surprise. Mistakes were made, and many ships were lost attempting to defend the colony.” “Oh yeah? Good. Fuck ’em,” Corbin replied.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kim Stanley Robinson

Efficiency was just a measurement of how fast money moved from the poor to the rich. We prefer the opposite of efficiency, which is to say, justice.

By Anonym 16 Sep

L. L. Watkin

From her own life experience Keldaren knew that loveable hunks were in short supply anywhere in the galaxy, loveable hunks who knew her were an extinct species, and that more marketing companies than friends had her phone number.

By Anonym 16 Sep

S. J. Musgraves

It was a well-known fact that keeping track of time was not Parry Pretty's forte...If time were Parry's pet, it would have died tied to a tree somewhere out back long ago.

By Anonym 16 Sep

John A. Autero

I told you stupid sons of bitches that this was going to happen!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nalo Hopkinson

And what, exactly, am I giving as I'm learning to do this giving thing?

By Anonym 15 Sep

David Kuklis

Ah, life in medieval times! Yeah, we only have to worry about losing our heads every day.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Hadas Moosazadeh

The obstacle in chain of nature does not occurs due of global warming, but by the destructive power of human's mind.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kyle Keyes

You're not a Quaker, Jeremy. I happen to know you put beer on your cornflakes.

By Anonym 16 Sep

V. C. Lancaster

Had she been kidnapped? If she had, they'd been very efficient, but why take her damn coffee? That was just cruel.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steve Alten

An older, inebriated Scot who looked like he'd been sitting on his barstool all day looked me up and down, then smelled the air. "Heh, neebr, goat a deid an'mal in yer bac'pac, or iz it ye tha' bloody stinks?" My brain took a moment to translate. "Actually, yes, there is a dead animal in my backpack, but I probably stink, too.

By Anonym 18 Sep

A. Z. Kelvin

The day I die, I’ll be too busy thinking to notice” he waved his hand as he left the ship. - Nelson Moon, shipwright and designer of the Altered Moon. Current location: Cantankerous Base, Planet Tarris, Arzian Alliance

By Anonym 17 Sep

Scott Kaelen

Moses threw the spent cigarette butt to the ground. It bounced once then lay still. A lazy wisp of smoke drifted towards the reaching shadows. He pushed himself to his feet and brushed flakes of grit from the seat of his jeans. Stuffing his hands in his pockets, he moved away from the pipe and began to negotiate a route down the alley. A rivulet of cans, wrappers and remnants of kebabs dotted the ground like flotsam; the waste of nights past, discarded by the nameless, faceless masses marking their territories with futile gestures. Oh, sure, the trash was still emptied these days – there were still garbage men around, but it just delayed the inevitable, prolonging the agony of a tired and dying world.

By Anonym 17 Sep

A. V. Osten

James would only look for music composed and performed by humans. Nowadays people didn’t feel the need to learn to play musical instruments. And why would they, since the sounds they produced could be perfectly generated digitally. Human voices were sample recorded, then modified and remastered by artificial intelligence. Where did our creativity go?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jenine Wallach

There are seven and a half billion people on this earth - somebody's got to get sucked into a vortex.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Breehn Burns

I'm Catbug!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Deyth Banger

Keep search in sci-fi and many other places books, stories and many other stuff... Keep searching, don't stop and you will find it!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sally Ember Ed. D.

Knowing that a particle can occupy two different states at the same time—a state known as superposition—and, two particles, such as two particles of light, or photons, can become entangled, means that there is a unique, coupled state in which an action, like a measurement, upon one particle immediately causes a correlated change in the other. If there is a better word to describe my relationship with Fanio than entangled, I have yet to hear it. Even when the two entangled particles—or people—are separated by a great distance (and I mean emotional or physical distance, such as mine with Epifanio, or like being at opposite ends of the universe), their movements or actions affect each other. Yet, before any measurements or other assessments occur, the actual "spin states" of either of the two particles are uncertain and even unknowable.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Paolo Ninzatti

In calce all’ultimo capitolo del copione della Contessa era scritta la nostra prossima meta: la base di Sebastopoli, in Crimea, ora in mano ai tedeschi dopo la grande avanzata seguita al collasso della Russia. Lì avremmo fatto il pieno di carburante e proseguito verso la nostra, ancora sconosciuta meta.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Monica Serra

Un vento gelido spazza il ballatoio che corre esternamente allo spazio-porto. Ne copre l’intera circonferenza e da lì, al riparo di un’immensa bolla di vetro, si può osservare la Terra. Fa un certo effetto a stare là fuori: l’impressione è quella di camminare nell’infinito, circondati da milioni di punti luminosi conficcati su uno sfondo scuro del quale non è possibile scorgere i limiti. Come un’isola in mezzo a quel silenzioso paesaggio astrale, il pianeta di Roland spicca inconfondibile, variegato di verde e blu, avvolto in un’aura che alla vista appare impalpabile e quasi malinconica.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Douglas Adams

Share and Enjoy' is the company motto of the hugely successful Sirius Cybernetics Corporation Complaints Division, which now covers the major land masses of three medium-sized planets and is the only part of the Corporation to have shown a consistent profit in recent years. The motto stands-- or rather stood-- in three mile high illuminated letters near the Complaints Department spaceport on Eadrax. Unfortunately its weight was such that shortly after it was erected, the ground beneath the letters caved in and they dropped for nearly half their length through the offices of many talented young Complaints executives-- now deceased. The protruding upper halves of the letters now appear, in the local language, to read "Go stick your head in a pig," and are no longer illuminated, except at times of special celebration.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Howard Tayler

You're more mean-spirited than I remember you being." "It's this organic body. Hologram fur wasn't itchy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

John Zakour

As a matter of fact, Ona spent more credits on the window shades alone than you will make in your entire lifetime and that’s if you live to be 185.” “And that’s meant to make me feel better?” I said. “No, that is meant to inform you. I am your computer not your nanny.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Douglas Adams

A história de todas as grandes civilizações galácticas tende a passar por três fases distintas e identificáveis: a da Sobrevivência, a da Interrogação e a da Sofisticação, também conhecidas pelas fases Como, Porquê e Onde. Por exemplo, a primeira fase é caracterizada pela pergunta "Como vamos comer?", a segunda pela pergunta "Por que comemos?" e a terceira pela pergunta "Onde vamos almoçar?".

By Anonym 19 Sep

William Hope Hodgson

To my right, which was to the North, there stood, very far away, the House of Silence, upon a low hill. And in that House were many lights, and no sound. And so had it been through an uncountable Eternity of Years.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Theodore Raymond Riddle

If you have a dream in this world, you should try to achieve it. There is no guarantee you will succeed, but you will already have failed if you don't even try.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kelly Steed

An old adage warns: If you don't know your history, you will be forever condemned to repeat it. Likewise, if you don't know your science fiction, and heed its warnings, you could condemn the Earth to future catastrophe.

By Anonym 16 Sep

M. K. England

Every cell of my body says, ‘Oh god yes! Crime? I can do some crime!’ I want this ship like I’ve never wanted anything in my life. I had a poster of the first-ever Breakbolt model on my bedroom wall when I was nine. It’s like a manifestation of every dream I’ve ever had, everything I’ve ever wanted for myself: a piloting license, a beautiful ship under me, and stars out the viewport. Child Nax says, ‘Do it, do the crime!

By Anonym 20 Sep

John Zakour

You bastard, stop that whistling and fight me like a man!