Recommended to me by a friend, I found myself finishing the books in just a few days.
We are each other’s harvest. We are each other’s business. We are each other’s magnitude and bond. — p. 14
Also, the problem is, when you think you’ve been without monsters for so long, sometimes you forget what they look like, what they sound like, no matter how much remembering your education urges you to do. It’s not the same when the monsters are gone. You’re only remembering shadows of them, stories that seem to be limited to the pages or screens you read them from. Flat and dull things. So yes, people forget. But forgetting is dangerous. Forgetting is how the monsters come back. — p. 20