The Eternity Cure
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“'But don't try to appeal to my humanity now,' I rasped, my voice low and cold, unfamiliar, 'not when you forced me to admit that I'm a monster. Not when you tried to take away the only good thing I'll ever know. If he had died, I would've shown you a real monster.'”
“And the most ironic thing? If Kanin hadn't Turned me, I would never have met Zeke. But being a vampire meant I could never be with him either.”
“I put my hands on his chest, splaying my fingers, feeling his heart beat under my palm. Funny how such a simple thing like a heartbeat could fascinate me now that I didn't have one. Or maybe it was just Zeke's heart that I was fascinated with.”
“Kanin peered down at me, his impassive gaze softening just a touch. 'I am no longer your teacher, Allison,' he said quietly. 'You have been one of us for a while now. You have hunted, and you have killed. It is not my responsibility to curb you demon.' He glanced past me to the place Stick and the men had stood moments before. 'And I wanted to see what type of monster you had become.'”
“I don’t believe in fate... but... I do believe everything happens for a reason. That there is some plan, some meaning to this darkness we live in... Maybe I’m wrong, but it’s gotten me this far. It’s the reason I fight, the reason I can keep going, despite everything. And it... it led me to you.”
“It's not the physical scars that are the most painful.”
“This is the most I have ever been in the sewers in one place. If someone had said to me a month ago, 'Hey, Jackal, guess where you'll be spending most of your time in New Covington? Ankle-deep in shit!' I would've ripped their lips off.”
“'Don't tell me you fell something for the little . . . oh.' The vampire blinked, then curled his lip back, disgust and pity crossing his sharp features. 'Oh, sister. Really? That's just sad.'”
“Now we're going to save a bunch of dirty meatsacks from a bunch of dirty cannibals? Why don't we rescue some orphaned kittens and put food out for stray puppies while we're at it?”