A.J. Hartley’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite A.J. Hartley Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author A.J. Hartley, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with A.J. Hartley you will find my ten favourites of A.J. Hartley’s quotes.

Popular Quotes

“I’ve never fully trusted people who don’t like dogs. They rarely turn out well.”
A.J. Hartley, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

“Priests might divide the world into good and bad. In battle there was strong and weak and nothing else.”
― A.J. Hartley, Macbeth: A Novel

“Sign this… and I’ll show you”

 ― A.J. Hartley, Chasing Shadows

“You’re a kid,’ said Alexandra. ‘There is no just about it. Only adults say just a kid and what the heck do they know about anything? Have you looked at their world lately?”
― A.J. Hartley, Darwen Arkwright and the Peregrine Pact

“And so the Scots grew restless, moaning all the time as only they could.”

 ― A.J. Hartley, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

“Woman, man, mole, maggot – they’re all the same, when all’s said and done, except for slight variations in cognitive ability. many weighty books on magic that looked as if they had been bound in human skin at the beginning of time but had probably been mass-produced last week by a factory in Catford. She fought to get away, only to find herself in the chill nursery with its tiny crib, the one her husband had carved so carefully from supple ash, the first and last thing that he ever made with his own hands. The crib rocked back and forth, and though she did not want to look inside, the dream always made her. Afterward, she woke crying, deep racking sobs that cramped her belly till she gasped with pain, surging, pulsing, wrenching stabs of agony deep as childbirth. The sleepwalking began on the second night. She woke in the kitchens rubbing her hands as if washing them, and though she could remember nothing of the dream that led her there, she skulked back to her chamber oppressed with guilt and horror. From that night on, she insisted that a lantern burn beside her bed at all hours, a talisman against darkness of all kinds. It didn’t help.”
― A.J. Hartley

“The prince put the dagger on the table. “Sorry.”

Yorick bent forward and looked up into his eyes. “Don’t forget our respective places here. I’m your clown. Your plaything. Your toy. Scarcely human. No need to apologise.”

― A.J. Hartley, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

“If you wanted reflections on the nature of the universe and your place in it, you should have stayed in school. You want fart noises and cock jokes, I’m your man.”

 ― A.J. Hartley, Prince of Denmark

“Magic came from within, from turning a secret key that lurked inside, waiting for the words to set it free. The”
A.J. Hartley, Macbeth

“Almost is such a wonderful word don’t you think?” the shopkeeper said with a wink. “So full of wiggle-room and loopholes, so not-absolutely-anything. Almost killed means still very much alive, which I am sure you will agree makes all the difference.”

A.J. Hartley, Darwen Arkwright and the Peregrine Pact

10 Famous Quotes by Author A.J. Hartley

So there you have it my ten favourite quotes by A.J. Hartley, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author A.J. Hartley.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for A.J. Hartley.

One Final Bonus – Longer – A.J. Hartley Quote


“Where on earth do you get a rose in Elsinore in the middle of winter?” “Don’t you want it?” She took the flower from him, kissed his cheek. No bristles. No beard. A clean-shaven man with a kind and amiable face. Scheming. She didn’t doubt it. But he was a diplomat by training. It was only to be expected. And if he’d lacked those skills perhaps neither of them would have managed Old Hamlet’s death, the marriage, the succession so easily.”

― A.J. Hartley, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark

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