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How would you rather die?" she snapped. "Hiding under your bed or riding Thunder Mountain?
It's hopeless. And it's stupid. It's suicidal. But love is a weapon they have no answer for. They know how you think, but they can't know what you feel.
This is what the Others have done to us. You can’t band together to fight without trust. And without trust, there was no hope. How do you rid the Earth of humans? Rid the humans of their humanity.
Time for the world to end.
I should have bailed. That little voice had my back. That little voice is older than I am. It's older than the oldest person who ever lived. I should have listened to that voice.
He barely knew I existed. I knew some of the same people he knew, but I was a girl in the background, several degrees of seperation removed.
This place can't be heaven, it doesn't have the right vibe.
The girl sleeping and the finisher, willing himself to finish her.Why didn't he finish her?Why couldn't he finish her?
We are humanity, the banner read. Wrong. We’re pale reflections of it, weak shadows, distant echoes.
We're all dead...Some of us are just a little further along than others.
Then the door flew open and Mr. Faulks told us to head over to the gym. I thought that was really smart. Get all of us in one place so the aliens didn't have to waste a lot of ammunition.
It's almost dawn. You can feel it coming. The world holds its breath, because there's really no guarantee that the sun will rise. That there was a yesterday doesn't mean there will be a tomorrow.
In the 4th Wave, you can't trust that people are still people. But you can trust that your gun is still your gun.
We’re here, and then we’re gone, and it’s not about the time we’re here, but what we do with the time.
And if humanity is the last war, then I am the battlefield.
Crazy people. They never think they're crazy. Their craziness makes perfect sense to them.
For a being more advanced than I am, he sure has a hard time answering a simple question
Is this how humanity waves good-bye?Hell no.
To hold on, you have to find something you're willing to die for.
This is the first rule of the last war:Trust No One
If you don't kill all of us all at once, those who remain will not be the weak.It's the strong who remain, the bent but unbroken, like the iron rods that used to give this concrete its strength.
Too many people say something when they really have nothing to say.
When I cry - when I let myself cry - that's who I cry for. I don't cry for myself. I cry for the Cassie that's gone.And I wonder what that Cassie would think of me.The Cassie who kills.
Are you okay?" I (Cassie) call up to him."Um. Define okay." (Ben)"Okay means you're not bleeding to death.""I'm okay.
You know how sometimes you tell yourself that you have a choice, but really you don't have a choice? Just because there are alternatives doesn't mean they apply to you.
If the enemy looks just like you, how do you fight him?
We'd stared into the face of Death, and Death blinked first. You'd think that would make us feel brave and invincible. It didn't.
It's an alien apocalypse! Quick, grab the beer!
We'd stared into Death's eyes and Death blinked first.