Rachel A. Marks’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Rachel A. Marks Quotes 

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

Popular Quotes

“me an annoyed frown.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

 “I drag the body out into the snowdrifts, as far away from our shack as I can muster. I put her in a thicket of trees, where the green seems to still have a voice in the branches, and try not to think about the beasts that’ll soon be gathering. There’s no way of burying her; the ground is a solid rock of ice beneath us.

I kneel beside her and want desperately to weep. My throat tightens and my head aches. Everything hurts inside. But I have no way of releasing it. I’m locked up and hard as stone.

“I’m sorry, Mamma,” I whisper to the shell in front of me. I take her hand. It could belong to a glass doll. There’s no life there anymore.

So I gather rocks, one by one, and set them over her, trying my best to protect her from the birds, the beasts, keep her safe as much as I can now. I pile the dark stones gently on her stomach, her arms, and over her face, until she becomes one with the mountain.

I stand and study my work, feeling like the rocks are on me instead, then I leave the body for the forest and ice.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Winter Rose

“He couldn’t look back at the children. He couldn’t think of it. All he could do was watch the eyes of his wife.

He pulled her to him, her body soft, her skin warm. She was life, she was his. He took her lips and tasted his freedom once more. The subtle tenderness. The hope hidden in joined breath. He took it into himself. Soaking in the peace that came with it.

And even as the rustling began he felt still, he felt calm. Scratching and scrapping within the stones, and the rustle of wings. But all Eli knew was the nature of love.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Distant Passages – Volume 2: More of the Best Short Stories and Poetry from Double-Edged Publishing

“I’m not really sure why Ziggy puts up with me.

I’m broken. Mostly because of the broken woman who spawned me. I swear, adults should have to get a license to make a kid. Prove they’ve got their shit together before they bring a child into the world. My mom tried, I think. She thought she could piece herself into something resembling a mother by dropping the drugs and dropping the need to feed her overblown selfish streak. But she failed.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Fire and Bone

 “The men stop coming after Hunt goes missing. We learned from the last brave soul to visit that they whispered all sorts of stories to answer his disappearance. My favorite is that we ate him. We cooked him up with our whore-earned corn, a dozen rats’ eyes, and a bat wing.

Even I couldn’t have thought of anything more perfect.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Winter Rose

 “Because we are not wrestling against basar vadahm (flesh and blood), but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of the choshech (darkness) of the Olam Hazeh (physical world), against the kokhot ruchaniyim ra’im (evil spiritual forces) in Shomayim (The Heavens).” ~ Ephesus 6:12”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

“Her exact words were: Your brother is growing in his gift of the in-between, but he doesn’t know which way to walk the line. The Light he found will lead him; its wings sit beneath the heart. But he must touch the violets and lilies to find surrender, to find his hidden blood.” Damn riddles.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

 “The demon is crouched in the corner, between the Cheetos and the onion dip. It’s a small one, only about four feet tall: a low-level creeper. I flick my gaze over the spot like I don’t see it and open the cooler door to get a Coke.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

“but it’s not the destination that matters in the end. It’s the journey along the way. And I have had one amazing journey.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Fair

“Fuck fate; the guy’s a bastard.”
― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Fair

10 Famous Quotes by Author Rachel A. Marks

10 quotes by Rachel A. Marks 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 Rachel A. Marks 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 Rachel A. Marks Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Rachel A. Marks Quote 

“I can’t stand the awkward anymore, so I motion to the door and say, “I’ll just—” “No. Please.” She looks up at me. “I can’t be alone.” Seriously? This girl needs a lecture about being too familiar with strangers. Maybe I should sing her that “Stranger Danger” song you’re supposed to learn in kindergarten. “I don’t bite, I swear,” she adds. “How’re you so sure that I don’t?” She lays back on the bed again and stares at the ceiling. “I don’t care.” Something is very wrong here. I try to feel for spirits or old emotions again, something to point at why she looks so lost, why she doesn’t care about herself, but there’s just that distant hum in the air. “I can’t stay,” I say. I need to check on Ava this morning before she goes to the academy. Rebecca doesn’t move. “You don’t know anything about me,” I add. “You should be more careful, Rebecca.” She startles at the sound of her name and sits up. “How . . . ?” “Your license. The same way I knew where you lived. Like I said, you need to be more careful.” She seems to settle. “My name’s not Rebecca. Well, it is, but everyone calls me Emery.”

― Rachel A. Marks, Darkness Brutal

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