Warded Wednesday: Favorite Lines

Posted by Karen

Hey everyone! One of the best things about The Demon Cycle are those little moments– The lines of dialogue or description that stick with you long after you’ve put the book down. These can be happy, sad, or just plain emotional. For example, one of my favorite lines is the very last one of Daylight War.

Yeah. That one.

For this week, we’re asking about those memorable moments:

What’s a line or short section in The Demon Cycle you find memorable and why?

We’re curious! If someone said it, who? Let us know what made you think of it. If one doesn’t pop into your head, feel free to look through a book for ideas. You can submit more than one. Also, please try to keep these relatively spoiler-free!!

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The Skull Throne is the latest book in the Demon Cycle series. If you’d like a copy signed by Peat himself, go ahead and enter.

Remember, we can only pick your comment if you respond to our post on the blog. We’re looking forward to your answers.

Giveaway answers will be accepted until Monday. The winner will be announced Tuesday.

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Posted on July 13, 2016 at 8:00 am by Karen
Filed under Karen, Uncategorized, Warded Wednesdays
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7 responses to “Warded Wednesday: Favorite Lines”

  1. “There’s a wide world out there, for those willing to brave the dark.”
    ? The Warded Man

    Posted by Justin, on July 13th, 2016 at 1:26 pm
  2. “Raise your head, son of Jeph. I have never met a man who fought the alagai harder than you. If you could not stop them then they could not be stopped.”
    Such a pivotal point in the relationship between Arlen and Jardir.

    Posted by Graeme Macleod, on July 13th, 2016 at 3:25 pm
  3. “There’s a wide world out there, for those willing to brave the dark” Ragen, The Painted Man

    Posted by Rachael, on July 13th, 2016 at 6:24 pm
  4. “Love nothing so much you cannot leave it at the bargaining table.”

    I thought long and hard about this sentence when I first read it. It’s a rather complex statement. Depending on the school of thought with which you defend or argue against it, you can strongly agree AND disagree with this statement. It calls into question the nature and essence of love. From a negotiations vantage point, it is an excellent strategy with which to enter into negotiations. It’s a rather logical statement. It has Machiavellian tones. It is a labyrinthian sentence that made me ponder many things, not the least of which what PVB intended when he wrote it.

    Posted by Mis, on July 13th, 2016 at 10:03 pm
  5. “We are what we chose to be, girl ‘ she said, ‘Let others determine your worth, and you’ve already lost, because no one wants people worth more than themselves.”- Herb Gatherer Bruna of Cutter’s Hollow to Leesha. (The Warded Man)

    One of my favorite lines in the first book. The hag Bruna was a wise old lady for sure. This is indeed a very strong message specially for those who have been bullied. Never let yourself down just because of what other people say or think about who you are. Just be confident and be yourself! <3

    Posted by Karen M, on July 14th, 2016 at 4:49 pm
  6. “Breath is life, If you have breath you have your center. If you have your center nothing can truly touch you” Qeva to Inevera, Daylight War

    Inevera is my favorite character, she would not have become who she is with out Qeva. I feel this quote was not only her push to be great, but what she falls back on countless times when times got hard.

    Posted by QueenOfThra, on July 14th, 2016 at 5:08 pm
  7. As the rock demon collapsed into ashes soon borne on the morning wind, he saw hope for the human race.
    Arlens thoughts when one arm was vanquished and the fighting wards were rediscovered.

    Posted by Stinga, on July 21st, 2016 at 6:28 am