Chuck Hogan’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes
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Ten of My Favourite Chuck Hogan Quotes 

Chuck Hogan, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Chuck Hogan quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Chuck Hogan’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Chuck Hogan made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“Nothing can unman you like an un-man.”
Chuck Hogan,  The Strain

 “How good it must feel to stand for something. To commit oneself to a lost cause. To gather with other like-minded souls and lock arms and sing songs under the stars. Wallowing in futility. Championing it, actually. How wonderful it must be to fight only losing battles. How safe and how comfortable. To posit yourself squarely on the side of peace and good. How brave the sand on an eroding beach.”
― Chuck Hogan, The Best American Mystery Stories 2008

“There are moments…, which usually come at the most inconvenient of times, such as crisis, when you look at someone and realize that it will hurt you to be without them.”
― Chuck Hogan and Guillermo Del Toro “The Strain”

 “Sometimes the most difficult decision is to not martyr yourself for someone, but instead to choose to live for them. Because of them.”
― Chuck Hogan Guillermo Del Toro “The Fall”

 “Even if a thing is doomed—there is that moment of absurd hope that is worth the fall, that is worth everything.”
― Chuck Hogan, The Town

 “So why go out as a question mark when you can go out as an exclamation point instead?”
― Chuck Hogan, Devils in Exile

“Hiring a guy with more confirmed kills than college credits was a tough sell.”
― Chuck Hogan, Devils in Exile

 “The only people who lawyer up faster than dirty cops are dirty lawyers.”
― Chuck Hogan, Devils in Exile

“These were kids for whom simple self-destruction wasn’t enough.”
― Chuck Hogan, Devils in Exile

“The best way to kill a good thing is question it to death.”
― Chuck Hogan, Devils in Exile

10 Famous Quotes by Author Chuck Hogan

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Chuck Hogan quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Chuck Hogan quote below and sharing our favourite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Chuck Hogan. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Chuck Hogan quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Chuck Hogan Quote 

“The Tomorrow Man theory. It’s pretty basic. Today, right here, you are who you are. Tomorrow, you will be who you will be. Each and every night, we lie down to die, and each morning we arise, reborn. Now, those who are in good spirits, with strong mental health, they look out for their Tomorrow Man. They eat right today, they drink right today, they go to sleep early today–all so that Tomorrow Man, when he awakes in his bed reborn as Today Man, thanks Yesterday Man. He looks upon him fondly as a child might a good parent. He knows that someone–himself–was looking out for him. He feels cared for, and respected. Loved, in a word. And now he has a legacy to pass on to his subsequent selves…. But those who are in a bad way, with poor mental health, they constantly leave these messes for Tomorrow Man to clean up. They eat whatever the hell they want, drink like the night will never end, and then fall asleep to forget. They don’t respect Tomorrow Man because they don’t think through the fact that Tomorrow Man will be them. So then they wake up, new Today Man, groaning at the disrespect Yesterday Man showed them. Wondering why does that guy–myself–keep punishing me? But they never learn and instead come to settle for that behavior, eventually learning to ask and expect nothing of themselves. They pass along these same bad habits tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, and it becomes psychologically genetic, like a curse. Looking at you now, Maven, I can see exactly where you fall on this spectrum. You are a man constantly trying to fix today what Yesterday Man did to you. You make up your bed, you clean those dirty dishes from the night before, and pledge not to start drinking until six, thinking that’s the way to keep an even keel. But in reality you’re always playing catch-up. I know this because I’ve been there. The thing is–you can’t fix the mistakes of Yesterday. Yesterday Man is dead, he’s gone forever, and blame and atonement aren’t worth a damn. What you can do is help yourself today. Eat a vegetable. Read a book. Cut that hair of yours. Leave Tomorrow Man something more than a headache and a jam-packed colon. Do for Tomorrow Man what you would have wanted Yesterday Man to do for you.”
― Chuck Hogan

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