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The 100 trilogy (2013-2015)
- Wells surprised himself by handing her the book. "What's your name?" he asked.
"So you know to whom you'll be eternally indebted?"
"So I know who to blame when I'm arrested."
The girl tucked the book under her arm and then extended her hand. "Clarke."
"Wells," he said, reaching forward to shake it. He smiled, and this time it didn't hurt.
- p. 16
- "You have been given an unprecedented chance to put the past behind you," the Chancellor was saying. "The mission on which you're about to embark is dangerous, but your bravery will be rewarded. If you succeed, your infractions will be forgiven, and you'll be able to start new lives on Earth."
- p. 23
- Bellamy worried about her constantly. The kid was special, and he'd do anything to give her a chance at a different life. Anything to make up for what she'd had to endure.
- p. 25
- She turned over her shoulder and caught his eye, shaking her head slightly, a clear warning not to do anything stupid.
But Bellamy had been doing stupid things all his life, and he had no intention of stopping now.
- p. 26