Book Quote Corner


“There are moments that define a person’s whole life. Moments in which everything they are and everything they may possibly become balance on a single decision. Life and death, hope and despair, victory and failure teeter precariously on the decision made at that moment.

These are moments ungoverned by happenstance, untroubled by luck. These are the moments in which a person earns the right to live, or not.”


Rot and Ruin, written by Jonathan Maberry







4 thoughts on “Book Quote Corner

  1. A bit overwrought, don’t you think? I suspect many, if not most people are never faced with such monumental decisions. Does this mean they have no right to live?


  2. I believe in the message of the first paragraph, but not the second one, and especially not the last sentence. A few decisions have greatly changed and expanded my life, though I don’t know what I’ve missed by making other decisions at other times.


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