Jane Lindskold’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Jane Lindskold Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Jane Lindskold’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Jane Lindskold quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Jane Lindskold’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“I am a brother to dragons, a companion to owls.”
― Jane Lindskold, Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls

 “I thought,” Shad said slowly, “that she was offended if you referred to Blind Seer or Elation as her pets.”
“True,” Derian assured him. “Absolutely the correct etiquette—to her face. However, well… When I first met Firekeeper, less than a year ago, her relationships with animals fell into pretty much two categories: those you ate and those you befriended. I remember that she thought we were pretty clever for bringing horses along so we wouldn’t need to hunt our meat. It took me a while to show her they had other uses.”
― Jane Lindskold, Wolf’s Head, Wolf’s Heart

“Wolves regularly attacked their rivals in power, so the idea of killing to gain position was neither alien nor repulsive to her. The use of assassins she had filed as yet another of the curious tools – like swords and bows — that humans created to make up for their lack of personal armament. What she still had to puzzle through was the subtle strategies involved in killing those who were expected to inherit power rather than those who held the power itself.”
― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

 “Firekeeper still could not understand the human penchant for eating in company. Even less so, she could not understand the human desire to combine business and meals.
True, a wolf pack shared a kill, but not from any great desire to do so—rather because any who departed the scene would be unlikely to get a share…
She struggled…not to bolt her food and almost always remembered that growling when a person spoke to you was not a proper response.”
― Jane Lindskold, Wolf’s Head, Wolf’s Heart

 “Are you prepared then, to shoot a human being?” he asked, trying not to let Jenny sense his own internal unease. “It’s not the same as shooting a duck or gazelle.”

Jenny’s violet eyes met his straight on. “If that human being was about to harm any one of us, I’d feel worse about shooting the duck. It, at least, would have done nothing to deserve a bullet.”
― Jane Lindskold, The Buried Pyramid

 “After a day of watching the two-legs interact from within their midst, she was certain that they could talk as well as any wolf. Unlike wolves, however, they mostly used their mouths, a thing she found limiting. How could you tell someone to keep away from your food when your own mouth was full?”
― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

“Is she become a rag doll? Are the wolves become children? It seems quite possible, there on the twilight fringes of dying. With some faint spark of herself, the little girl holds on to the idea. Even a rag doll has more life than does a dying child.”
― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

 “For his part, Blind Seer had no difficulty accepting idleness. A wolf proverb stated: “Hunt when hungry, sleep when not, for hunger always returns.”
― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

“Well done, Sister,” Blind Seer said. “I look forward to meeting this One above Ones. Now, you must make ready. I, of course, am already perfect.”
― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

“There is no shame in strategic retreat if it lets you remain strong enough to go after the enemy later.”
― Jane Lindskold, The Buried Pyramid

10 Famous Quotes by Author Jane Lindskold

10 quotes by Jane Lindskold 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 10 greatest Jane Lindskold 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 Jane Lindskold Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Jane Lindskold Quote 

“You cannot escape that you are a woman,” she began.
“I wish I could,” Firekeeper muttered, but Elise continued as if she hadn’t heard.
“Since you cannot, you cannot escape the expectations that our society and our class places upon women.”
“Why?” Firekeeper said querulously.
“…Consider,” she offered, “what you told me about learning to see at night so that you could hunt with the wolves. Learning to wear a gown, to walk gracefully, to eat politely…”
“I do that!”
“You’re learning,” Elise admitted, “but don’t change the subject. All of these are ways of learning to see in the dark.”
“Maybe,” Firekeeper said, her tone unconvinced.
“Can you climb a tree?”
“Yes!” This second affirmative was almost indignant.
“And these skills let you go places that you could not go without them.”
Stubborn silence. Elise pressed her point.
“Why do you like knowing how to shoot a bow?”
“It lets me kill farther,” came the answer, almost in a growl.
“And using a sword does the same?”
“Let me tell you, Firekeeper, knowing a woman’s arts can keep you alive, let you invade private sanctums, even help you to subdue your enemies. If you don’t know those arts, others who do will always have an advantage over you.”
“All this from wearing a gown that tangles your feet?”

― Jane Lindskold, Through Wolf’s Eyes

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