I could handle goblins and bogeymen and evil, flesh-eating horses, but giant freaking spiders?

Julie Kagawa

Julie Kagawa

Profession: Author
Nationality: American

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Oh sister, Jackal mocked, pretending to wipe away a tear. Listen to you, sounding just like a real vampire. I'm so proud.

Oh, woe is me, I'm a vampire. I'm a horrible monster who eats babies and murders bunnies, boo hoo hoo.

You're wondering if you have to prey on humans, if you can survive by drinking the blood of animals or other creatures. You're hoping you won't have to kill people to live. Am I right?

There was nothing sweet or gentle in our last kiss; it was filled with sorrow and desperation, of the bitter knowledge that we could've had something perfect, but it just wasn't meant to be.

Enough. Titania rose and stabbed a glare of pure poison at me. We do not need the half-breed, husband. Send her back to the mortal world she is so fond of.

We could've had something perfect, but it just wasn't meant to be.

Meghan rose with the regal grace of a queen, calm and unruffled. I noticed she subtly moved in front of me when facing Ariella, a familiar gesture that caught me off guard. The Iron Queen was protecting me.

Growing up on the fringe, you came to accept hard truths. Nothing was fair. the world was cold, unforgiving, and people died. it was just the way things were.

Who knows what goes on in the mind of a cat?

You're here, and the only dance I want is this one.

Seeing as this is probably my last hurrah, I don't suppose I could get you two bleeding hearts to massacre a village with me? For old time's sake. - Jackal.

You've always had me, Ezekiel," I managed, meeting his bright blue stare. "Time never mattered. Vampire or human, if we had forever or just a few years, I'd always choose to spend it with you.

I swear I'm not going to lose it, or drop it in the gutter, or give it to a homeless guy.

Silly me, here I was thinking we needed big neon signs that said Here We Are, Shoot Us Please on top of the roof.