Best 81 of Kaz brekker quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Some people see a magic trick and say, "Impossible!" They clap their hands, turn over their money, and forget about it ten minutes later. Other people ask how it worked. They go home, get into bed, toss and turn, wondering how it was done. It takes them a good night's sleep to forget all about it. And then there are the ones who stay awake, running through the trick again and again, looking for that skip in perception, the crack in the illusion that will explain how their eyes got duped; they're the kind who won't rest until they've mastered that little bit of mystery for themselves. I'm that kind.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

To his left, he heard Inej laugh behind her mask. He'd never heard her laugh like that, giddy and wild.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Curse you and all your Saints,' he said to no one at all, then realized he was smiling.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I need someone who can be invisible, who can become a ghost. Do you think you can do that?" I'm already a ghost, she thought. I died in the hold of a slaver ship. "i think so.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Our hopes rest with you, Mister Brekker. If you fail, all the world will suffer for it." "Oh, it's worse than that, Van Eck. If I fail, I don't get paid.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

No, little brother. No one is stronger. You've cheated death too many times. Greed may do your bidding, but death serves no man.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

You'll get what's coming to you some day, Brekker." "I will," said Kaz, "if there's any justice in the world. And we all know how likely that is.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Be the thing they all fear when they close their eyes at night.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Sometimes, the only way to get justice is to take it for yourself.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I need to see Jakob Hertzoon." "Who?" Kaz felt like he was about to climb out of his skin. He pointed through the window. "Jakob fucking Hertzoon. I want to talk to him.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

You came back for me.” “I protect my investments.” Investments. “I’m glad I’m bleeding all over your shirt.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Everything is a negotiation with you, Brekker. You probably bartered your way out of the womb.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Brick by brick. Brick by brick, I will destroy you. "It was the promise that let him sleep at night, that drove him every day, that kept Jordie's ghost at bay. Because a quick death was too good for Pekka Rollins.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

That, Kuwei, is the sound that death makes when she comes calling.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

One minute he made her blush and the next he made her want to commit murder.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

And Inej was wrong about one thing. He knew exactly what he intended to leave behind when he was gone. Damage.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Wylan didn't think he imagined the tension in the rasp of Kaz's voice. Kaz never yelled the way Wylan's father did, but Wylan had learned to listen for that low note, that bit of black harmony that crept into Kaz's tone when things were about to get dangerous.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I can hear the change in Kaz's breathing when he looks at you. You... you can? It catches every time, like he's never seen you before.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Compromise," Kaz said. " 'I'm sorry' does the trick and uses fewer bullets.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Speak, she begged silently. Give me a reason to stay. For all his selfishness and cruelty, Kaz was still the boy who had saved her. She wanted to believe he was worth saving, too.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

He knew exactly what he intended to leave behind when he was gone. Damage.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Has anyone noticed this whole city is looking for us, mad at us, or wants to kill us?" "So?" said Kaz. "Well, usually it's just half the city.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

In the space of a breath, Kaz had shoved Wylan against the tomb wall with his forearm, the crow head of his cane wedged beneath Wylan's jaw. "Tell me my business again." Wylan swallowed, parted his lips. "Do it," said Kaz. "And I'll cut the tongue from your head and feed it to the first stray cat I can find.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Matthias knew monsters, and one glance at Kaz Brekker had told him this was a creature who had spent too long in the dark–he’d brought something back with him when he’d crawled into the light.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

He'd known even then, though: He'd start as a grunt, but the Dregs would become his army.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Inej frowned. “I thought you and Nina chose four outbreak sites on the Staves.” Kaz straightened his cuffs. “I also had her stop at the Menagerie.” She smiled then, her eyes red, her cheeks scattered with some kind of dust. It was a smile he thought he might die to earn again.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

She’d often wished to chip away a bit of his arrogance, but she couldn’t bear the idea of seeing Kaz stripped of his pride.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I don't want your prayers, he said. What do you want, then? The old answers came easily to mind. Money. Vengeance. Jordie's voice in my head silenced forever. But a different reply roared to life inside him, loud, insistent, and unwelcome. You, Inej. You.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

He nodded to her right forearm, not trusting himself to speak. His gloves lay on the other side of the basin, black against the gold-veined marble. They looked like dead animals. He focused on the shears, cold metal in his hands, nothing like skin. He could not do this if his hands were shaking. I can best this, he told himself.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I'm pragmatic. If I were cruel, I'd give him an eulogy instead of a conversation.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

At some point, Jesper realized Kaz was gone. "Not one for goodbyes, is he?" he muttered. "He doesn't say goodbye," Inej said. She kept her eyes on the lights of the canal. Somewhere in the garden, a night bird began to sing. "He just lets go.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

What a luxury to turn your back on luxury.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

You can't spend his money if you're dead." "I'll acquire expensive habits in the afterlife.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I've taken knives, bullets, and too many punches to count, all for a little piece of this town," said Kaz. "This is the city I bled for. And if Ketterdam has taught me anything, it's that you can always bleed a little more.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

That's where you're wrong," said Kaz. "I don't hold a grudge. I cradle it. I coddle it. I feed it fine cuts of meat and send it to the best schools. I nurture my grudges, Rollins.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

And what god do you serve, then?” “Whichever will grant me good fortune.” “I don’t think gods work that way.” “I don’t think I care.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

How do you get your information, Mister Brekker?" "You might say I'm a lockpick." "You must be a very gifted one." "I am indeed." Kaz leaned back slightly. "You see, every man is a safe, a vault of secrets and longings. Now, there are those who take the brute's way, but I prefer a gentler approach - the right pressure applied at the right moment, in the right place. It's a delicate thing." "Do you always speak in metaphors, Mister Brekker?" Kaz smiled. "It's not a metaphor." He was out of his chair before his chains hit the ground.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Has she at least done it before?" said Kaz. "For this purpose?" asked Sturmhond. "I've seen her do it twice. It worked splendidly. Once".

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

He saw that Jesper was staring at his hands. "What were you expecting?" Kaz growled. "Claws, at least,"Jesper said, shifting his gaze to his own bony feet. "Possibly a spiny thumb.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

What is wrong with him?" Nina grumbled as they went back to the sitting room to drill Colm on his cover story. "Same thing that's always wrong with him," said Jesper. "He's Kaz Brekker.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Inej placed her hands on Nina’s shoulders. “We’ll see each other again.” “Of course we will. You’ve saved my life. I’ve saved yours.” “I think you’re ahead on that count.” “No, I don’t mean in the big ways.” Nina’s eyes took them all in. “I mean the little rescues. Laughing at my jokes. Forgiving me when I was foolish. Never trying to make me feel small. It doesn’t matter if it’s next month, or next year, or ten years from now, those will be the things I remember when I see you again.” Kaz offered his gloved hand to Nina. “Until then, Zenik.” “Count on it, Brekker.” They shook.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

She realized he'd stopped to change his coat and it clung to him in perfectly tailored lines. He stood leaning on his cane, hair neatly pushed back from his pale brow, a black glass boy of deadly edges. The look of surprise on Haskell's face was nearly comical. Then he started to laugh. "Well, I'll be a son of a bitch, Brekker. You have to be the craziest bastard I ever met.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Thoughts of moonlight and silken hair evaporated in a black bolt of fury. Kaz saw Inej tug on the sleeve of her left forearm, where the Menagerie tattoo had once been. He had the barest inkling of what she'd endured there, but he knew what it was to feel helpless, and Van Eck had managed to make her feel that way again. Kaz was going to have to find a new language of suffering to teach that smug merch son of a bitch.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

No one got the better of Kaz. He was the toughest, scariest thing walking the alleys of the Barrel.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

There are no good men in Ketterdam, Kaz said. And then he'd simply let go.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

He might as well go to meet his death in style.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Crows remember human faces. They remember the people who feed them, who are kind to them. And the people who wrong them too. They don’t forget. They tell each other who to look after and who to watch out for.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

I trade in information, Geels, the things men do when they think no one is looking. Shame holds more value than coin ever can.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Everything in him recoiled. The water was cold against his legs. His body had gone numb and yet he could still feel the wet give of his brother's rotting flesh beneath his hands. It's shame that eats men whole. He was drowning in it. Drowning in the Ketterdam harbor. His eyes blurred. "It isn't easy for me either." Her voice, low and steady, the voice that had once led him back from hell.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leigh Bardugo

Inej turned to go. Kaz seized her hand, keeping it on the railing. He didn't look at her. "Stay", he said, his voice rough stone. "Stay in Ketterdam. Stay with me." She looked down at his gloved hand clutching hers. Everything in her wanted to say yes, but she would not settle for so little, not after all she'd been through. "What would be the point?" He took a breath. "I want you to stay. I want you to... I want you". "You want me." She turned the words over. Gently, she squeezed his hand. "And how will you have me, Kaz?" He looked at her then, eyes fierce, mouth set. It was the face he wore when he was fighting. "How will you have me?" she repeated. "Fully clothed, gloves on, your head turned away so our lips can never touch?" He released her hand, his shoulders bunching, his gaze angry and ashamed as he turned his face to the sea.