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Drood quotes by Simon R. Green
#1. Eddie Drood: Is this why we become agents? To play games, to chase after secrets that are rarely worth all the blood spilled on their behalf ... To end up stabbed in the back, just when you thought you'd won, bleeding out in some nameless backstreet ... With most people never even knowing who you were, or what you did, or why it mattered? #Quote by Simon R. Green
Drood quotes by Charles Dickens
#2. Then, the sea fell, and the dying voice made another feeble effort, and then the sea rose high, and beat its life out, and lashed the roof, and surged among the arches, and pierced the heights of the great tower; and then the sea was dry, and all was still. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Drood quotes by Rupert Holmes
#3. As much as the mystery element is all a lot of fun, when you do go to 'Edwin Drood,' you're going to a theatre to see a show about going to a theatre and what that relationship between actors and audiences has been for years. #Quote by Rupert Holmes
Drood quotes by Matthew Pearl
#4. Dickens's final book, 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood,' forms the jumping-off point for my new novel, 'The Last Dickens'. This last work by Dickens has very little social commentary and a pretty tightly efficient storyline and cast of characters. Not necessarily what we think of when we think what characterizes Dickens. #Quote by Matthew Pearl
Drood quotes by James Owen
#5. Anyone who's indifferent to the fate of Edwin Drood is okay in my book. #Quote by James Owen
Drood quotes by Simon R. Green
#6. Who's got my Jaffa Cakes? You know I can't function without Jaffa Cakes. #Quote by Simon R. Green
Drood quotes by Rupert Holmes
#7. I first had the thought about making a musical of 'Edwin Drood' as far back as 1971. #Quote by Rupert Holmes

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