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Dean Koontz Quote: “The sky, an inverted blue ceramic cauldron, poured out a hot dry brew.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The world is a very complex and interesting place and that is what I really want my fiction to say: wake up to how amazing the world is.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Shakespeare again. Once you let him into your head, he takes up tenancy and will not leave.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Ed, once called Aladdin, is the first artificial intelligence I’ve ever known. Maybe if Harry can kill Hiskott and if then I live long enough to see the world become the total science-fiction theme park it seems to be headed toward, I’ll probably know dozens of them one day. Let me tell you, if they’re all as nice as Ed has turned out to be, that’s okay with me.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I don’t desire a change of scenery or exotic experiences. My heart yearns for familiarity, stability, the comfort of home- and my sanity depends on it.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Between a man and woman in love, no lie is small or harmless.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “You won’t find the truth of life in morbidity, only in hope.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “My parents didn’t raise me to ask God for blessings or benefits. For guidance, yes. For the strength to do the right thing, yes. Not for a winning lottery number, not for love or health, or happiness. Prayer is not a gimme list; God isn’t Santa Claus.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Quick now, here, now, always, as if we are in a condition of complete simplicity...”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I can do what I need to do. I can get where I want to go, no matter how hard it is.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Evil never dies. It just changes faces.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Besides, I can’t get to where I want to go by conscious or unconscious suicide. I’ve got my strange little life to lead. Leading it the best I can – that’s how I buy the ticket to where I want to be.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Daily I walk a high wire, always in danger of losing my balance. The essence of my life is supernatural, which I must respect if I am to make the best use of my gift. Yet I live in the rational world and am subject to its laws. The temptation is to be guided entirely by impulses of an otherworldly origin-but in this world a long fall will always end in a hard impact.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I have learned a great deal from novels. Some of it is even true.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Moral responsibility is on the shoulders of those who take the technology out of the lab and use it to immoral ends.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Out of the seething crowd, out of the light and the darkness, came Blossom Rosedale, the one and only Happy Monster, which was a name that she had given herself, not because she loathed the way she looked but because she was truly happy in spite of all her suffering.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “As much as I’ve produced it looks to people like I must have written quickly, but it isn’t that – because I put in in a sixty- or seventy-hour week.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Dreams that are as rich as cream while they unfold are skim milk when we wake, and in time they wash out of our minds, leaving as little residue as water filtered through cheesecloth.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “No matter how close we are to another person, few human relationships are as free from strife, disagreement, and frustration as is the relationship you have with a good dog. Few human beings give of themselves to another as a dog gives of itself.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Everyone, Pax believed, was more than she or he appeared to be, and one of the saddest things about the human condition was that most people never realized what talents, capacities, and depth they possessed. That Pogo had taken a full measure of himself must be one reason that Bibi so loved him.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Then the clarifying thing happens, and what you need to do, what you must do, is not a question, not demand more revelation than what is given, be quiet in the face of it, quiet and grateful that it has been given to you to see this, to be for even a short time aware of the extraordinary layered depths and profound beauty of the world to which we mostly blind ourselves.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We’re out of cocktail olives, it’s a tragedy of historic proportions, but we’re coping because we’re Americans.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Echoing off the tile walls, the sizzle-splash of the falling water sounded like the hissing of serpents and the brittle laughter of strange children.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “One of the things I like enormously about Bob Weinstein is that that he’s the only studio head I have ever known who will change his mind and say he was wrong.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “But all organic matter must have cell structure,” Sara said. “Cell structure is virtually a definition of organic matter, a requisite of all living tissue, plant or animal.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Hope lies in action.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “In nightmares, we can’t look into our own eyes except by indirection, perhaps because we fear discovering that therein lie the worst monsters plaguing us.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Whatever happens here, trust your heart. It’s as true as any compass.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Most universities are no longer temples of knowledge, but of power, and true moderns worship there.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “When I am battered and oppressed by the world that humanity has made – which is difference from the world that is was given – my primary defense, my consolation, is the absurdity of that world.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “There’s never any humongous next draft. I know a writer who every time he finished a novel – you would know his name very well – but his editor would come and live with him for a month. And they would go through the manuscript together.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I never discuss a novel while I’m writing it, for fear that talking about it will diminish my desire to write it.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “People have lost their history, the what and how and why of things. They know so little of the places where they live.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “For the first time in three years, Travis Cornell felt needed, felt a deep connection with another living creature. For the first time in three years, he had a reason to live. He.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The life of a seamstress is no smaller than the life of a queen, the life of a child with Down syndrome no less filled with promise than the life of a philosopher, because the only significant measure of your life is the positive effect you have on others, either by conscious acts of will or by unconscious example.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I’ve had good publishers and bad publishers, and you’ve got to learn when the advice is sensible and when it’s not.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I suspected eccentricity was often if not always a response to pain, a defense mechanism against anguish and torment and sorrow.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “There are days when it seems to me that in literature the most convincing depiction of the world in which we live is to be found in the phantasmagorical kingdom through which Lewis Carroll took Alice on a tour.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Any town can die without actually drying up and blowing away. It can be as dead as a ghost town even with people still living in it.” Gazing.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “What’s gotten into you today? All evening.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Not everything that happens during the day is an open portending a good or evil development in the future, but everything has meaning to one degree or another, for the world is an ever-weaving tapestry from which no thread can be pulled without destroying the integrity of the cloth.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “It is the purpose for which we exist. This reckless caring.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “At the core of every ordered system, whether a family or a factory, is chaos. But in the whirl of every chaos lies a strange order, waiting to be found.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I fall down on the side of free will, simply because if you look at where I came from, and what I was able to do in my life, what was able to happen.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Storytelling can heal broken hearts and damaged minds.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “With lead he shaded love into the woman’s eyes.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Their perpetual readiness for play is endearing, and their willingness to forgive deception time after time is one of the key differences between the heart of a dog and the human heart. Trixie.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “At fifty-one, why would she choose to dispose of her house, uproot herself, and come here to be a part of your work if she didn’t feel that, for the first time in her life, she was profoundly known for who she is, that she was at last cherished for who she truly is?”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Most often, a haloed moon means nothing more than that reflective volcanic ash has made its way into the stratosphere, and a two-headed goat is only a genetic curiosity. The mommy-porn genre currently sweeping the book industry and the Babylonian excess of most television shows probably fall within the historical norm in our culture’s sleaze index and are not omens of the imminent collapse of civilization, though if I were not so busy, I might start building an ark.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “One of the underlying things I like to do in books, is just say, stop and look at this for a moment. Not that you’ve got to believe that Jesus was real, or not to believe in God, but the belief that it isn’t just happenstance.”
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