J.M. Redmann’s Top 9 Popular and Famous Quotes

Nine of My Favourite J.M. Redmann Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers J.M. Redmann’s Top 9 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. J.M. Redmann quotes to remember and here you will find 9 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing J.M. Redmann’s top 9 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“Spring was becoming summer, not yet the oppressive heat of July and August, but sweaty days that were harbingers. Of course, now we had the modern conveniences, air-conditioning, to deal with them in a way Augustine Lamoureaux and her girls on the edge of summer did not. As much as things had changed—and they had—it was still bitter how close so many women lived to the edge. One jealous boyfriend, walking down the wrong street, saying the wrong thing, not being “feminine” enough, bad luck, combined with a few wrong choices—we all make them—and like Tiffany, we would fall forever over the edge.”
― J.M. Redmann, The Girl on the Edge of Summer

 “All the rainbow banners were still there; the storm [Katrina] had left them intact. Interesting that the gay and bawdy sections of town were the parts least damaged, since some of the so-called religious people were claiming this to be God’s punishment for our sinful ways. Perhaps they believed in a god of poor planning.”
― J.M. Redmann, Death of a Dying Man

“I’ve always believed,” she replied, “that if God is going to be strict about anything, that He will be strict about the rules concerning hate, not love. And if two people love each other, that has to be better than two people hating each other. Beyond that, it’s for God to sort out. I’m too frail to be such a judge.”
― J.M. Redmann, Deaths of Jocasta

 “All that remained of the protesters were the few stalwart enough to have survived watching two women kiss. I guess they were afraid if enough people saw how much fun we were having, they would all convert to being queer. Well, it seemed like a good way to prevent abortions to me.”
― J.M. Redmann, Deaths of Jocasta

 “Hell was grey. Dim and lifeless… I felt numb and in pain at the same time and that was not supposed to happen in heaven. But you would think that with all the queers they had sent here since time began, hell would have a better decorating job.”
― J.M. Redmann, Death by the Riverside

 “I don’t know how long I lay in the mud. Perhaps a minute, perhaps a day. Time was a court jester, playing tricks on me. Perhaps another lifetime. Maybe I had been reincarnated as an alligator. Or an innocent beetle feeding on my decaying flesh.”
― J.M. Redmann, Death by the Riverside

“All right, I thought, as one long-winded winner (“And I’d like to thanks my parakeet and his veterinarian…”) finally exited”
― J.M. Redmann, Death of a Dying Man

 “Love is a miracle, not a salvation.”
― J.M. Redmann, Death by the Riverside

“Why? Why not?”
― J.M. Redmann, Death by the Riverside

9 Famous Quotes by Author J.M. Redmann

9 quotes by J.M. Redmann there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 9 greatest J.M. Redmann quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best J.M. Redmann Quote. 

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