Romanse Macabre: five quotes, part two

Here’s part two of my Romanse Macabre quotes series (of 30, possibly more), with quotes 6 to 10. As before I’ve added little bit more about them.

 

Originally posted on the Sisters Noire Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/sistersnoire).

He touched the cool roughness of the Little Anglitan brickwork as he glided  across the cobbles through the place of his death. - Ithaca Faulkner
6) He touched the cool roughness of the Little Anglitan brickwork as he glided
across the cobbles through the place of his death. – Ithaca Faulkner

 

Ithaca feeling a little light-headed.

 

The disease wasn’t in his head anymore, it was all around him. – Romanse Macabre.
7) The disease wasn’t in his head anymore, it was all around him.

 

When the madness spreads around the British seaside city called Little Anglitan.

 

Archery, horse-riding, fencing and much time spent under weeping-willows watching insects crawl dumbly across the powerful stanzas of poems. She ached for those days when life had been good. – Amelia Railey, Romanse Macabre
8 ) Archery, horse-riding, fencing and much time spent under weeping-willows watching insects crawl dumbly across the powerful stanzas of poems. She ached for those days when life had been good. – Amelia Railey

 

Amelia Railey remembers better times when she was young, when her and her parents were happy. Before the pain.

 

I'm losing faith, forgetting whatever it was I believed in.
9) “I’m losing faith, forgetting whatever it was I believed in.”

 

Binley reflects on a time when he may or may not have had a belief system and certainly when his body wasn’t decomposing.

 

People love f*ck-ups in fiction, why can’t they tolerate us in real life?
10) “People love f*ck-ups in fiction, why can’t they tolerate us in real life?” – Laurence Cade

 

Laurence Cade gets shirty with the general populous, scribbling madly in his journal.

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