Laure Eve’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes
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Ten of My Favourite Laure Eve Quotes 

Laure Eve, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Laure Eve 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 Laure Eve’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Laure Eve made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“Everyone said they were witches.
I desperately wanted to believe it.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

 “That night I think we were trying to fight against death, against boredom and banality, against everything that made us cry and stare at our futures full in the face with dread. We drank and played games to be in the now, to be in each moment as hard as we could, because the moment was all that mattered, at the end of it all. I remember I felt intoxicated on life and darkness. I felt powerful. It was the most natural thing in the world. This was why we were alive– to be powerful and free.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

“That night I think we were trying to fight against death, against boredom and banality, against everything that made us cry and stare at our futures full in the face with dread. We drank and played games to be in the now, to be in each moment as hard as we could, because the moment was all that mattered, at the end of it all.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

 “The world out there is nothing more than a load of places with people in ’em. And the people out there are neither more interesting, nor better, nor lower, than us here in Angle Tar.

It’s humans, Rue. We’re the same wherever you go, no matter what we surround ourselves with.”
― Laure Eve, Fearsome Dreamer

 “People like us were born to change the world. It’s filled with shit. It’s filled with people who did the things they did to you. It’s filled with stupid pointlessness and ignorance and so much mundanity, it makes me want to scream. Don’t you feel it too?”
― Laure Eve, Fearsome Dreamer

 “She ran from the shame, slammed his door behind her and ran, away from the pain and the moment when he had been so close to her mouth he could have kissed her, the thought that made her feel like her heart would burst.”
― Laure Eve, Fearsome Dreamer

“I fell over twice. It was loud. The garden was black outside our circle of light. The endless night stretched all around us, so we told each other that we had to be close together, together in the dark.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

 “I ate and read my book, this particular kind of fantasy novel that I secretly loved. It was my favorite thing to do– eat and read. The world just shut up for a while.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

“Toen ik jong was, heb ik jarenlang gedacht dat als je iets ergs wenste, het ook echt gebeurde. Want dat was zo. Bij mij. – River”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

“I no longer wonder whether something like me should be allowed to exist. I do exist.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

10 Famous Quotes by Author Laure Eve

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Laure Eve quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Laure Eve 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 Laure Eve. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Laure Eve quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Laure Eve Quote 

“The thing is,” he [Fenrin] said softly, “we’re all going to die…But the first time you realize it…how do you get over that?” … “You don’t, I think,” I [River] said, finally. “You never get over it. The rest of your life is spent knowing it, over you shoulder.”
“Are you okay with it?”
“No. But sometimes yes. And then no, again. Sometimes it’s okay. Like now. We’re drunk. We feel good. But tomorrow…life crowds in again. And then you find another way to block out the truth, just so you can get through the day. If we let ourselves see too much truth, it scares us. You have to block it out, or you’d never get anything done. You’d just wander around being perpetually depressed or amazed…That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t want to see the truth. It’s just that maybe we have to see it in stages to be able to understand it.”
― Laure Eve, The Graces

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