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Glen Cook Quote: “Morning is wonderful. Its only drawback is that it comes at such an inconvenient time of day.”
Glen Cook Quote: “More evil gets done in the name of righteousness than any other way.”
Glen Cook Quote: “I’m an incurable romantic. The essence of romance is an unshakable conviction that next time will be different.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Consistency is the sign of a narrow mind.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Every ounce of my cynicism is supported by historical precedent.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Rich men have dreams. Poor men die to make them come true.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Soldiers live. He dies and not you, and you feel guilty, because you’re glad he died, and not you. Soldiers live, and wonder why.”
Glen Cook Quote: “There were dreams once upon a time, dreams now all but forgotten. On sad days I dust them off and fondle them nostalgically, with a patronizing wonder at the naivete of the youth who dreamed them.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Write. Don’t talk about writing. Don’t tell me about your wonderful story ideas. Don’t give me a bunch of “somedays.” Plant your ass and scribble, type, keyboard. If you have any talent at all, it will leak out despite your failure to pay attention in English.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Time will unfold its leaves.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Still, the best augurs are those who divine from the portents of the past. They compile phenomenal records.”
Glen Cook Quote: “No one will sing songs in our memory. We are the last of the Free Companies of Khatovar. Our traditions and memories live only in these Annals. We are our only mourners. It is the Company against the world. Thus it has been and ever will be.”
Glen Cook Quote: “There are no self-proclaimed villains, only regiments of self-proclaimed saints. Victorious historians rule where good or evil lies.”
Glen Cook Quote: “I’m a bad man. I need to understand the past. It illuminates the present.”
Glen Cook Quote: “There is no vengeance as terrible as the vengeance a coward plots in the dark of his heart.”
Glen Cook Quote: “A world ought to have a few genuine good guys, and not just a spectrum of people running from bad to worse.”
Glen Cook Quote: “The man who counts on the aid of a god deserves the help he doesn’t get.”
Glen Cook Quote: “You will find, as you mature, that most people are weak. And lazy. Weak, lazy people whine and complain. Otherwise, they would have to take a risk to make things right. And the wrong they suffer often don’t need righting because they exist only inside their minds.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Oh, ’twould be marvelous if the world and its moral questions were like some game board, with plain black players and white, and fixed rules, and nary a shade of grey.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Even when we know things, sometimes it takes words to make them concrete.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Any man who barely sustains an armistice with himself has no business poking around in an alien soul.”
Glen Cook Quote: “I believe in our side and theirs, with the good and evil decided after the fact, by those who survive. Among men you seldom find the good with one standard and the shadow with another.”
Glen Cook Quote: “An old, tired man. That is what I am. What became of the old fire, drive, ambition? There were dreams once upon a time, dreams now all but forgotten. On sad days I dust them off and fondle them nostalgically, with a patronising wonder at the naivete of the youth who dreamed them.”
Glen Cook Quote: “If you always do the easier thing, then you cannot possibly remain steadfast when it becomes necessary to take a difficult stand. You must do what you know to be right. And you do know. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred you do know and you are just making excuses because the right thing is so hard, or just inconvenient.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Religion is something that gets hammered in early, and never really goes away. And has powers to move which go beyond anything rational.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Books are nothing but repositories for those lies the author wants his reader to believe.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Back to the company. Back to business. Back to the parade of years. Back to the annals. Back to fear.”
Glen Cook Quote: “My favorite sport is female and my favorite food is beer.”
Glen Cook Quote: “We all have our pasts. I suspect we keep them nebulous not because we are hiding from our yesterdays but because we think we will cut more romantic figures if we roll our eyes and dispense delicate hints about beautiful women forever beyond our reaches. Those men whose stories I have uprooted are running from the law, not a tragic love affair.”
Glen Cook Quote: “I guess I suffer from an impoverishment of the sociopathic spirit necessary to go big time.”
Glen Cook Quote: “The only characters I’ve made to resemble real people have been grotesques.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Closer at hand, the wheeling gulls were as surly and lackadaisical as the day promised to make most men.”
Glen Cook Quote: “The only exercise I get is jumping to conclusions.”
Glen Cook Quote: “We abjure labels. We fight for money and an indefinable pride. The politics, the ethics, the moralities, are irrelevant.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Little people have to hate, have to blame someone for their own inadequacies.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Essentially, the mercenary sets morality aside, or at best reorders the customary structures to fit the needs of his way of life. The.”
Glen Cook Quote: “This is a favorite game, matching wits with a Raker. He is blind to the dead, to the burning villages, to the starving children. As is the Rebel. Two blind armies, able to see nothing but one another.”
Glen Cook Quote: “My guess is, six of one, half a dozen of the other. Crows.”
Glen Cook Quote: “The Lady made a few gestures around Bomanz – who looked pretty moth-eaten – and said a few words in a language I did not understand. Why do sorcerers always use languages nobody understands? Even Goblin and One-Eye do it. Each has confided that he cannot follow the tongue the other uses. Maybe they make it up?”
Glen Cook Quote: “These boys both fell out of the ugly tree at a young age, hitting every damned branch on the way down. Then their mommas whupped them with an ugly stick and fed them ugly soup every day of their lives. They were Uh-glee, with a couple of capital double-ugs.”
Glen Cook Quote: “One endured with humble dignity the consequences of youthful folly.”
Glen Cook Quote: “No soldier likes the thought of losing his best friend and favorite toy.”
Glen Cook Quote: “A guy I worked with and I talked it over about what you do with drunks. His dad was a reformed drunk. He told me you got to stop trying to help them out. You got to stop making excuses for them and not take excuses from them. You got to put them on a spot where they can’t do nothing but face the truth because they aren’t going to change a bit till they decide to do it. They got to be the ones who believe they’ve turned into dregs and something has got to be changed.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Something he had heard some wise man say. About the three stages of empire, the three generations. First came the conquerers, unstoppable in war. Then came the administrators, who bound it all together into one apparently unshakable, immortal edifice. Then came the wasters, who knew no responsibility and squandered the capital of their inheritance upon whims and vices. And fell to other conquerers.”
Glen Cook Quote: “An old, old formula came to mind, from back when I was very young indeed. “I am a soldier.” I said it first in the language I had spoken then, then repeated myself in Sleepy’s own Dejagoran dialect. “I’ve been distracted before. I’m still alive.”
Glen Cook Quote: “He surveyed his audience with that look of sublime solemnity only a drunk can muster.”
Glen Cook Quote: “The lower ranks have the privilege of questioning the sanity and competence of their commanders. It’s the mortar holding an army together.”
Glen Cook Quote: “One-Eye’s handicap in no way impairs his marvelous hindsight. Lightning.”
Glen Cook Quote: “Little girls are twice as precious and innocent as little boys. I do not know a culture that does not make them that way.”
Glen Cook Quote: “My arguments were beginning to sound a little strained to me, too. I was in the position of a priest trying to sell religion.”
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