The City of Mirrors
A NovelBook - 2016
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“All things passed away. Even the earth itself, the sky and the river and the stars he loved, would, one day, come to the end of their existence. But it was not a thing to be feared; such was the bittersweet beauty of life."
“For the first time in my life, I felt the pain of missing people I had not yet left.”
“Maybe just being alive, and having someone to love who loved you back, was enough.”
“There was, Alicia realized, a single hour that all the days since your birth pointed you toward. What you thought was a maze of choices, all the possibilities of what your life might become, was, in fact, a series of steps you took along a road, and when you reached your destination and looked back, only one path—the one chosen for you—was visible.”
“I have known the evenings, mornings, afternoons, I have measured out my life with coffee spoons.' That's T.S. Eliot, in case you were wondering. An oldie but a goodie. When it came to existential exhaustion, the man was one smart cookie.”
“A lot of life, Michael had learned, came down to trying to fix things that weren’t fixable.”
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