Best 4 039 of Fantasy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Katrina Sisowath

Oftentimes lies are found in those closest to you and truth in perfect strangers

By Anonym 17 Sep

Erica Sehyun Song

Making friends is not a big deal. Replacing me with them after talking to them for only one bloody day is a big deal.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amira Aly

You speak good words, child, but sometimes what lies within is much darker. The line between justice and revenge is then. Justice is order; revenge is chaos. If revenge is your innermost desire, you will be destroyed upon entering into the hall

By Anonym 16 Sep

Julie Anne Grasso

Her courage seemed to collapse around her ankles like an old pair of elastic undies

By Anonym 16 Sep

S. R. Crawford

I never tolerate disrespect or betrayal

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ella Rose Carlos

He never wanted to be king, and it was that very trait that made him a great king. It was the characteristic comprising all extraordinary leaders.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Laura Kreitzer

There’s nothing to be scared of, right Akhol?” He said nothing as he stepped toward the rushing water that rolled around a big rock and was swallowed whole by impenetrable darkness. “Right?” Andrew repeated, his voice swallowed by the sound of rushing water. Akhol didn’t respond again. He tapped a foot above the water before he stepped in and disappeared beneath the surface in one fluid motion.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Terry Pratchett

It's rude to stare," said the troll. Its mouth opened with a little crest of foam, and shut again in exactly the same way that water closes over a stone. "Is it? Why?" asked Rincewind. How does he hold himself together, his mind screamed at him. Why doesn't he spill?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lovisa Wistrand

Och jag måste göra allt för att överleva. Döda. För att inte dödas själv.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lovisa Wistrand

Döda inte alla djur i samma flock.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nely Cab

I feared my soul was dying, being replaced by the monster I would become.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rivers Solomon

People were so often mean that when they weren’t, there was a tendency to bestow sainthood upon them. Aster did not reward common decency with her affection.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Fyodor Dostoevsky

Because it begins to seem to me at such times that I am incapable of beginning a life in real life, because it has seemed to me that I have lost all touch, all instinct for the actual, the real; because at last I have cursed myself; because after my fantastic nights I have moments of returning sobriety, which are awful! Meanwhile, you hear the whirl and roar of the crowd in the vortex of life around you; you hear, you see, men living in reality; you see that life for them is not forbidden, that their life does not float away like a dream, like a vision; that their life is being eternally renewed, eternally youthful, and not one hour of it is the same as another; while fancy is so spiritless, monotonous to vulgarity and easily scared, the slave of shadows, of the idea, the slave of the first cloud that shrouds the sun... One feels that this inexhaustible fancy is weary at last and worn out with continual exercise, because one is growing into manhood, outgrowing one's old ideals: they are being shattered into fragments, into dust; if there is no other life one must build one up from the fragments. And meanwhile the soul longs and craves for something else! And in vain the dreamer rakes over his old dreams, as though seeking a spark among the embers, to fan them into flame, to warm his chilled heart by the rekindled fire, and to rouse up in it again all that was so sweet, that touched his heart, that set his blood boiling, drew tears from his eyes, and so luxuriously deceived him!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Patrick Rothfuss

We Ruh are travelers. Our lives are composed of meetings and partings with brief, bright acquaintances in-between. - Kvothe

By Anonym 16 Sep

Brian Staveley

If you intend to heal the breach,” she went on, “as you claim. If you intend to abide by the treaty we have both signed, then I am the Emperor, Annur’s Emperor, and your Emperor, and you will address me properly.” “I’ve always found that those most insistent on their titles,” Moss replied, “are those least deserving of them.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Alaric Hutchinson

On my journey from the fantastical to the practical, spirituality has gone from being a mystical experience to something very ordinary and a daily experience. Many don’t want this, instead they prefer spiritual grandeur, and I believe that is what keeps enlightenment at bay. We want big revelations of complexity that validates our perceptions of the divine. What a let down it was to Moses when God spoke through a burning bush! But that is exactly the simplicity of it all. Our spiritual life is our ordinary life and it is very grounded in every day experience. For me, it is the daily practice of kindness, mindfulness, happiness, and peace.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mirriam Neal

Get off me!" Badger tried to roll away, but Azrael held his palms over the baker's eyes again and more white light poured out. "You're blinding me! Stop!" "No," said Azrael. "Please!" "I can't hear you over the sound of my total indifference.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Brynn Myers

Stop thinking about all that is wrong, and focus on what is right. It's there that you'll step out of the crazy, rise out of the rabbit hole, and start living again.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Erica Sehyun Song

I told you; I am Arianna, the Siren, your Guardian, and how is a Guardian supposed to do her job if she is clueless about the Guardianee?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Brendan Carroll

One misspoken word and the world will no longer know you. Mark Andrew Ramsay

By Anonym 16 Sep

Peter David

I guess it really had been brave . . . because it was so bugger-all stupid, and if there was one thing I'd come to realize, ti was that bravery and bugger-all stupidity went hand in hand.

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Garth

Tolkien came to regard the tale of Beren and Tinuviel as 'the first example of the motive (to become dominant in Hobbits) that the great policies of world history, "the wheels of the world", are often turned not by the Lords and Governors, even gods, but by the seemingly unknown and weak'. Such a worldview is inherent in the fairy-tale (and Christian) idea of the happy ending in which the dispossessed are restored to joy; but perhaps Tolkien was also struck by the way it had been borne out in the Great War, when ordinary people stepped out of ordinary lives to carry the fate of nations.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Thaddeus Nowak

Water you dead bastard

By Anonym 20 Sep

Margaret Weis

Why Is It That When You Wash Two Socks You Only End Up With One? Is There Life After Death? and Where Did The Other Sock Go?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ambrose Bierce

Ah, children of the sunlight and the gaslight, how little you know of the world in which you live!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joe Derouen

He’d need the woman’s help to set things right; he just didn’t like having to wake the dead.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kea Alwang

So I’m figuring this is death. The little air left in the cockpit is toxic with marthenine, and I can only wonder how much of it I have breathed in. Is my throat becoming raw hamburger? My lungs, oatmeal?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bobbie Kinkead

Never, Never give up, no matter what is you age, magick always is there. Use it!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lovisa Wistrand

Attraktiv räcker inte till för att beskriva honom. Ord som majestätisk, proper, furstlig, präktig, utsökt, storslagen, skornlig … Någonstans där börjar orden närma sig.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sarah K. L. Wilson

You’re like a bright flame in a dark night. Like a red flower in a field of dead grass.” ... “Stop thinking of me as a flower and start realizing I can be a help to you. The world isn’t going to let me be a delicate, closely guarded thing. I don’t have a choice but to be tougher than I ever wanted to be.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Billy Crudup

I have never indulged our society's misguided notion that my personal life is relevant to my work, so any reporting surrounding that is necessarily hearsay, speculation or fantasy.

By Anonym 20 Sep

D. G. Driver

Words didn’t come. I couldn’t formulate a thought. I was too startled. These three figures lying in the sand in front of me weren’t surfers at all. They weren’t even people. From their facial features and upper torsos, they looked kind of like women, but all three of them had silver-colored skin. They were bald, with strange ridges marking their skulls. None of them seemed to have ears, only holes in the sides of their heads. No nose was visible, not even a bone or nostrils filled that space between their eyes and mouths. Although their mouths seemed to be moving, they were actually breathing through what looked like gills in their necks. And if that wasn’t weird enough, instead of legs, their upper torsos stretched out into long, scale-covered, silver fishtails. If I had to say what these things stranded in front of me, splattered with oil, appeared to be, I’d say mermaids. And no, they didn’t look like they’d start singing songs or granting me wishes. They looked a little bit scary—but fragile too. Most of all, they looked like they were going to die, and no handsome prince was there to kiss them and keep them from turning into sea foam.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Delano Johnson

Your love is like star sky showers and magenta unicorns.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Peter David

There are some for whom the good of mankind is their primary concern, and others who basically put their own considerations before everyone else. I was among the latter.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hy Bender

Gaiman provides some additional insights via these comments in his script for chapter 5: “What I want to do here, without destroying the story as an adventure yarn, is grab the subtext and make it text, grab the metaphor and make it text; allow that we’re spinning a metafiction and see how far we can push that fact before it collapses in on itself. Which is going to be hard; good fantasy is as delicate as butterfly wings, and just as liable to crumble if improperly handled, leaving you with something that can no longer fly.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lisa Cander

In fantasy the world is always adapting to you, in reality you are always adapting to the world. That is the only difference.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Emily Lloyd-jones

That is why I take the younger ones, you see. You already give parts of your hearts away so easily--little fragments attached to celebrities, to hobbies, to ill-fated love affairs. Your kind have the best chance at survival.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Derek Landy

So now you're on the run,' Warrick said wistfully. 'Travelling the Dark Highway, a lone wolf. With your friend, who is another wolf. Two lone wolves. Two wolves, really. Not really alone. Two wolves in a car. Travelling. One of them naked and bloody. The other with her ass hanging out.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jester Bobbity

You couldn’t just tell an octillion atoms to drop whatever they were doing, rearrange themselves into a completely new configuration and do some scouting for you without consequence.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Kathy Bryson

That’s not Eire. Everyone always thinks that, but we’re not shamrocks and wee men. You should know the difference.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Juliette Cross

Feeling your body beneath me was the closest to heaven that I shall ever come.” He spoke not in a whisper but on an intimate level, his voice rolling like the caress of dark velvet. “Your skin, your mouth, your body, your sweet, sweet moans, and your blood… I want them all. I want quite a bit more, actually. So you best prepare yourself, my lady. Since I’m already damned, I aim to have all of you. I want to see that look of ecstasy on your face over and over again when I’m buried deep inside you and you’re screaming my name.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Erin Forbes

A good life is never lived without a bit of risk, and this battle is well worth every one.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Shannon Hale

... fantasy is not practice for what is real—fantasy is the opiate of women.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Gregory Maguire

Sometimes thought Liir-his first thought in weeks and weeks-sometimes I hate this marvelous land of ours. It's so much like home, and then it holds out on you.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Krista Alasti

I’m sure all of that’s true. Especially the anal bit--Marshall’s always been an ass--but I don’t see how this is relevant, unless of course I’m mistaken, and you really are comparing me to a crumb that needs sweeping. - Shella

By Anonym 16 Sep

Juliet Marillier

So you do believe in... true love? she whispered. I took a deep breath, I think I have to, I said, blinking back tears. Without it, we're all going nowhere.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Brandon R. Chinn

There seldom is a single wave. Another way to look at it is, 'when it rains, it pours.' Good luck or bad luck often followed by more of the same. Whatever path you begin, it's almost impossible to change your direction. You're sent hurtling through space, crashing through experiences decided by the first few decisions you ever made. Binary choices set against something as simple as a yes or no in your earliest stages of development. As a Future Child, that would be your primitive choices in Genus. Actions, friendships, whether to smile in one moment or frown in the next. Those are all paths that, once set upon, are entirely unchangeable. At least, that's what I was designed to think.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Adam Gopnik

Big writers become a kind of shared climate.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zoe Chant

Chase leaned on the table, staring Sammy straight in the eye. "If you ever, ever try to harm my mate again, in any way, no matter how indirectly, I will find you.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Grace Willows

Men are mere mortals but their quest for knowledge leads them to the brink of immortality.” Excerpt from novel You Can't Escape Love by Grace Willows