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quote 2018-11-29 07:40
"At that moment, Dave would have lifted a house for Jimmy, held it up to his chest until Jimmy told him where to put it down."

- Dennis LeHane, Mystic River

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quote 2018-11-29 07:38
"Sure," Jimmy said, still trying to shake the feeling he'd had since four o' clock yesterday that his true self hovered above his body, treading air with slightly frantic strokes, trying to figure a way back in through his own skin before he got tired from all that flapping and sank like a stone to the black core of the earth.

- Dennis LeHane, Mystic River

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quote 2018-11-29 07:35
"A fading hope hung in both her eyes like matching flaws, a neediness that Sean knew rarely attracted any other kind of man but the predatory kind."

- Dennis LeHane, Mystic River

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quote 2018-11-29 07:32
"They headed down the slope between streams of yellow crime scene tape, and Sean watched the sun begin its decent through the trees, turning the Pen a rusty gold, adding a red glow to the treetops. Sean thinking if he were dead that's one of the things he'd probably miss most, the colors, the way they could come out of nowhere and surprise you, even though they could make you feel slightly sad, too, small, like you didn't belong here."

- Dennis LeHane, Mystic River

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quote 2018-11-29 07:25
"You felt in in your soul, no place else. You felt the truth there sometimes---beyond logic---and you were usually right if it was the type of truth that was the exact kind you didn't want to face, weren't sure you could. That's what you tried to ignore, why you went to psychiatrists and spent too long in bars and numbed your brain in front of TV tubes---to hide from hard, ugly truths your soul recognized long before your mind caught up."

- Dennis LeHane, Mystic River

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