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Dean Koontz Quote: “Somebody asked me about the current choice we’re being given in the presidential election. I said, Well, it’s like two of the scariest movies I can imagine.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Self-identified intellectuals were among the most dangerous people on the planet.”
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: “Creation moves and astonishes if you let it. When I realize how unlikely it is that anything at all should live on this world spun together from dust and hot gases, that creatures of almost infinite variety should at night look up at the stars, I know that it’s all more fragile than it appears, and I think maybe the only thing that keeps the Earth alive and turning is our love for it.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We are fallen in a broken world, and one thing that occurs to me is that after thousands of years, when we think of fallen angels, we think of them as we always have: busy spreading misery on Earth. But the universe in its immensity is nevertheless of a piece, and what applies at one end of it applies at the other. No doubt misery, like happiness and hope, is found throughout the stars.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I won’t be able to run with ghosts and slip down dark alleyways in quite the swift and stealthy fashion that I do now; but perhaps children will be amused by my hippopotamic heroics, and no one will disagree that bringing laughter to children in a dark world is admirable.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “The sky, an inverted blue ceramic cauldron, poured out a hot dry brew.”
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.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “When I’m working on a novel, I work 70-hour weeks.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I often resorted: buckets, brooms, garden rakes, Granny Smith apples, cats that when thrown will reliably take out their fury not on the thrower but instead on the person at whom they’re thrown. I didn’t like throwing cats or animals of any kind, as far as that goes, but every once in a while, in a life-and-death situation, there was nothing to be done but grab a cat and throw it, or an angry ferret.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I am the One, the all and the only. I live in the Pendleton as surely as I live everywhere. I am the Pendleton’s history and its destiny. The building is my place of conception, my monument, my killing ground.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Be afraid in proportion to the threat.”
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: “Between a man and woman in love, no lie is small or harmless.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I was learning how people were with one another, how they acted and reacted and interacted, what they said and how they said it, what they wanted, what they hoped for – more than I could learn from books alone.”
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: “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: “A politician’s goal is always to manipulate public debate. I think there are some politicians with higher goals. But all of them get corrupted by power.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Her eyes were clear; she hadn’t been crying. She was a cop’s wife first, a woman second; she wouldn’t give in to tears as long as Wyatt was fighting for his life because she was fighting with him in spirit.”
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: “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: “Quick now, here, now, always, as if we are in a condition of complete simplicity...”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I always enjoyed the kids, but I didn’t enjoy the bureaucracy of the educational system.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “We must have our goals, our dreams, and we must strive for them. We are not gods, however; we do not have the power to shape every aspect of the future. And the road the world makes for us is one that teaches humility if we are willing to learn.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I would miss the kindness of good people who were compassionate when so many were pitiless, who made their way through so much corruption without being corrupted themselves, who eschewed envy in a world of envy, who eschewed greed in a world of greed, who valued truth and could not be drowned in a sea of lies, for they shone and, by the light they cast, they had warmed me all my life.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “I think it’s the people who have no doubt that every word they put down is gold that probably don’t write very well.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Experts must read the patterns and judge their usefulness as evidence. Under any of numerous pressures, an expert may wish to misread a pattern or even to alter it. Americans had a touching trust in “experts”.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Hands of Mercy and tanks of hell.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Never, never try to scope the market.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Except for the lack of enormous insects, suffocating humidity, malaria victims groaning in death throes, poisonous vipers as thick as mosquitoes, and rabid jungle cats madly devouring their own feet, you would have sworn you were in the Amazon rainforest.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “She says what holds their marriage together is that she feels too damn sorry for him to ask for a divorce.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “A great deal of phenomenal experience has fostered in me a flexibility of the mind and imagination that some might call madness.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “In my personal life, I’m a comic novel. But then, so are we all, because we’re human beings.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Money and beauty are defenses against the sorrows of this world but neither can undo the past. Only time will conquer time. The way forward is the only way back to innocence and to peace.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Tommy told Sal about the strange white-cloth figure with black stitches that he had found on the front porch. “Sounds like Pillsbury Doughboy gone punk,” Sal said.”
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: “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: “When I noticed that some of the gray-haired ladies had tears in their eyes, I understood for the first time why music matters so much, how it reminds us of who we are and where we came from, of all the good times and the sadness, too.”
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: “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: “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: “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: “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: “Shakespeare again. Once you let him into your head, he takes up tenancy and will not leave.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “If she fully embraced life with all its conflicts, she would suffer a breakdown.”
Dean Koontz Quote: “Hope lies in action.”
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.”
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