Martin H. Greenberg’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Martin H. Greenberg Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“My men have become weak as women, and my women strong as men.”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

 “She’s a heroine, don’t you know?” said Aphrodite. The goddess started fluttering her eyelashes. “We can’t all be helpless waifs, waiting in high white towers for men to rescue us. We can’t all be Helens of Troy with men fighting for us! We women need powerful symbols of steel and fire to put us right up there with those arrogant guys!” “I”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

“Wait,” Gabrielle blurted out. “I can help. I have to be with her.” “You are,” Lachesis assured her. Clotho displayed the twisted cord of Xena’s life. Another, lighter strand of blue and silver was wound tightly against it and tied through three of the loops. “The thread of your life is twined with hers.” Gabrielle”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

 “Then they all just looked up at her, with wide-eyed, innocent faces. Somehow, looking back at them, Gabrielle found it much easier to forget everything she’d been through in the last few nightmare months and reach back into an older part of her. The part that still dreamed, sometimes. The”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

 “Gabrielle watched the goddesses in horror. Until that moment she hadn’t really believed in their power. Now she had proof before her. They had the power of life and death, which they exercised without the least trace of emotion. Taken”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

 “Like Hera was saying just the other day, in the days of the titans, women were kept barefoot, pregnant, and making ambrosia sandwiches for the men’s poker games.” She smiled. “Liberation is absolutely fabulous, darling.”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

“The Norse myths give us a terrible frost, and in the Fimbulwinter, all living things die except a man and a woman who survive by hiding in a tree.”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The End of the World: Stories of the Apocalypse

 “I don’t believe in fate, you know.” “We know,” Clotho said, with a smile. “But we believe in you.” “All”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

“Fire or ice, one or the other—who knows? The final word on finality is yet to be written.”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The End of the World: Stories of the Apocalypse

“Gabrielle nodded slowly. “As long as we have each other to count on, I think we will.”
― Martin H. Greenberg, The Further Adventures of Xena

10 Famous Quotes by Author Martin H. Greenberg

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

One Final Bonus – Martin H. Greenberg Quote 

“You hold in your hands a very special book. It contains one hundred carnival rides of terror. You must remember: horror can come from any direction. It can be as subtle as a spider web’s caress, or as vicious as the drop of an axe blade. It can be grim as the reaper, or as sardonic as, well, Sardonicous. It can wear the garments of science or superstition; can be dressed in the trappings of fantasy or the fancy-free. But always it will terrify. And one of the bluntest of its instruments is the short-short story, one of the most difficult of literary devices to master. Not only must each word be perfect-but each comma and period. Nothing can be wasted. In the hands of master executioners, like the authors who fill this book-it can be deadly. So… Die-and die again- one hundred times…”
― Martin H. Greenberg, 100 Hair-Raising Little Horror Stories

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