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The Knife of Never Letting Go
Transcript of The Knife of Never Letting Go
Both books have many conflicts that all wrap up into one big problem, one main "villain", and it's a very detailed and descriptive adventure book. Patrick Ness knows how to pull your emotional stings and knows just what to do to make you frustrated and leave you wanting more.
My favorite line in this book is "Me and Viola are all we got, everything we have in the world." This is my favorite line because it shows that even when things seem hopeless there's always one person who you know will stay with you until the end, no matter what. Pg. 466:
"She leans forward, her hair wet and tangled down. She spits.
But She don't look up.
'I couldn't let you,' she says. 'He would have won.'
'I woulda done it,' I say.
'I know,' she says into her hair, into the falls. 'That's why I did it.' Pg. 467:
" I know what she's thinking and I can see her and she's teetering on the edge and she's looking at me and she's asking me to save her.
Save her like she saved me Pg.88:
" The tree is burned, freshly burned and freshly knocked over, too, the unburned splinters clean and white like new wood. And there are a buncha tree's just like it, a whole line of 'em, in fact, on either side of a great ditch gouged outta the swamp, now filled with water but piled-up dirt and burnt plants all around it show that's it gotta be a new thing, like someone came through here and dug it up in one fiery swoop.