Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Jason Matthews
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Ten of My Favourite Jason Matthews Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Jason Matthews’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Jason Matthews 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 Jason Matthews’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“Benford’s office looked like the atelier”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

 “She hadn’t foreseen this. (She knew he certainly had not.) In her service as well as his, Dominika knew it was zapreshchennyi, strictly forbidden, to become physically involved with an agent. Emotional complications are death to a clandestine operation. It’s not for no reason they whisk the Sparrow from the room after the honey trap and “Uncle Sasha” takes over, all business, because passions get in the way, you can’t get anywhere with an agent who is thinking about his khuy, the old instructors used to say, cackling and trying to get her to blush.
She was in his arms, kissing him, not frantically, but slowly, softly; his lips were warm and she wanted to drink them in. She felt a pressure building in her body, inside her skull, in her breasts, between her legs. His hands pressed on her back and she felt sweet and edgy, as if they were childhood friends who years later had discovered each other as adults. He breathed deep purple heat into her ear, and she felt it down her spine.”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

“God, she’s serious, thought Nate. Typical Russian, afraid of putting a foot wrong. But he liked her reserve, her underlying sensuality, the way she looked at him with her blue eyes. He especially liked the way she pronounced his name, “Neyt.”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

 “BRISTOL HOTEL CUCUMBER SALAD Peel and seed halved cucumbers and slice thinly. Finely chop red onion and one chili pepper. Mix in bowl with white cider vinegar, salt, pepper, sugar, dill weed, and a drop of sesame oil. Serve chilled.”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

 “two girls buying sausages. The butcher has no change, so he gives them an extra sausage. ‘What are we going to do with the third sausage?’ whispers one girl. ‘Quiet,’ her friend says. ‘We’ll eat that one.’ ”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

 “Let me continue the Sisyphean task of expanding your vocabulary. One feels empathy when one has been there; sympathy when one has not.”
― Jason Matthews, Palace of Treason

“The long and short of it, Nate,” said Gable later in his office, “is shut the fuck up.”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

 “I’ve always loved Russian humor,” said Nate. “It’s a shame there’s so little of it.”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

“One feels empathy when one has been there; sympathy when one has not.”
― Jason Matthews, Palace of Treason

“I will be a little bitchy from now on,” she said “Zlobnyj”
― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

10 Famous Quotes by Author Jason Matthews

10 quotes by Jason Matthews 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 Jason Matthews 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 Jason Matthews Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Jason Matthews Quote 

“Her parents noticed, when Dominika turned five, that the little girl had a prodigious memory. She could recite lines from Pushkin, identify the concertos of Tchaikovsky. And when music was played, Dominika would dance barefoot around the Oriental carpet in the living room, perfectly in time with the notes, twirling and jumping, perfectly in balance, her eyes gleaming, her hands flashing. Vassily and Nina looked at each other, and her mother asked Dominika how she had learned all this. “I follow the colors,” said the little girl.
“What do you mean, ‘the colors’?” asked her mother. Dominika gravely explained that when the music played, or when her father read aloud to her, colors would fill the room. Different colors, some bright, some dark, sometimes they “jumped in the air” and all Dominika had to do was follow them. It was how she could remember so much. When she danced, she leapt over bars of bright blue, followed shimmering spots of red on the floor. The parents looked at each other again.
“I like red and blue and purple,” said Dominika. “When Batushka reads, or when Mamulya plays, they are beautiful.”
“And when Mama is cross with you?” asked Vassily.
“Yellow, I don’t like the yellow,” said the little girl, turning the pages of a book. “And the black cloud. I do not like that.”

― Jason Matthews, Red Sparrow

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