by Lauren Oliver
Find quotes from this novel, with commentary from Shmoop. Pick a theme below to begin.
The deadliest of all deadly things: It kills you both when you have it and when you don't. (1.12)
For days afterward, they broadcast the image of the dead girl's face on television to remind us of the dangers of the deliria. (1.9)
Lies and Deceit Quotes
"They want to know about your personality, yes, but the more generalized your answers the better chance you have of being considered for a variety of positions." (3.3)
The most dangerous sicknesses are those that make us believe we are well. (1.1)
I've never touched a boy, of course—physical contact between uncureds of opposite sex is forbidden. (2.29)
I've never been comfortable with my body like Hana. (5.46)
Many people are afraid of the procedure. Some people even resist. But I'm not afraid. I can't wait. (1.2)
[Hana is] absolutely gorgeous. (3.6)
Hana has been morphing into a stranger. (8.41)
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