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Who Fears Death (2010)
- Winner of the 2011 World Fantasy Award. All page numbers from the trade paperback first edition published by Daw Books ISBN 978-0-7564-0669-1
- In this book chapters 26-59 have no titles.
- Withholding the truth is lying.
- Chapter 14, “The Storyteller” (p. 95)
- People hate what they don’t understand.
- Chapter 15, “The House of Osugbo” (p. 100)
- “Are you willing to allow other the same right to their beliefs?”
“If their beliefs don’t hurt others and, when I feel the need, I am allowed to call them stupid in my mind, then yes.”
- Chapter 17, “Full Circle” (p. 110)
- “Is it better to give or receive?”
“They’re the same,” I said. “One can’t exist without the other. But if you keep giving without receiving, you’re a fool.”
- Chapter 17, “Full Circle” (p. 111)
- We fear what we don’t know.
- Chapter 21, “Gadi” (p. 139)
- There is nothing that a man must believe that can’t be seen or touched or sensed.
- Chapter 23, “Bushcraft” (p. 144)
- When I am not moving toward my fate, it comes to me.
- Chapter 44 (p. 273)
- Mortality smelled muddy and wet and I reeked of it.
- Chapter 45 (p. 278)
- Just because something is not alive, does not mean that it is dead. You have to be alive first to be dead.
- Chapter 45 (p. 281)