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Wednesday, 23rd April 2014

Already the water around him was getting warmer and more populated, by creatures that looked as though they had been put together from the bits left over from everything else.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

12.15 PM

The door opened slightly. A figure came in, but only just. It inserted itself in the gap and sidled along the wall in a manner calculated not to attract attention. Calculated, that is, by someone not good at this sort of calculation.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.22 AM

Peachy’s only contact with intelligence had been to beat it up and rob it whenever possible,

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.20 AM

There was always something that needed transferring from A to B or, of course, to the bottom of the C.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.19 AM

Getting an education was a bit like a communicable sexual disease. It made you unsuitable for a lot of jobs and then you had the urge to pass it on.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.14 AM

Besides, it was nice to hear the voices of little children at play, provided you took care to be far enough away not to hear what they were actually saying.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.13 AM

‘If I catch you being twee again I will knot your arms behind your head,’

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.12 AM

Mister Teatime had a truly brilliant mind, but it was brilliant like a fractured mirror, all marvellous facets and rainbows but, ultimately, also something that was broken.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.08 AM

small, private noises which only served to define the silence.

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

9.02 AM

Lord Downey of the Guild said, ‘We took pity on him because he’d lost both parents at an early age. I think that, on reflection, we should have wondered a bit more about that.’

Highlighted by Julian Stahnke in Hogfather by Terry Pratchett

8.55 AM

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