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Beautiful Creatures

Beautiful Creatures

  

by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Fate and Free Will Quotes in Beautiful Creatures

How we cite our quotes: (Date.Paragraph)

Quote #7

"When we're Claimed at sixteen, we become Light or Dark. There is no free will'" (10.09[2].138).

Yikes.

Quote #8

I had been claimed since birth. I had no more control over my fate than she did. (12.16.20)

Ethan might not ever be Claimed with a capital C, but he is Gatlin born and bred. He's internally conflicted, and the citizens of Gatlin still consider him to be one of them—an insider.

Quote #9

"The thing about fate is, are you the master of your fate, or are the stars?" (12.19.126)

This is the thing about fate. What's your answer?

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