J. K. Rowling Quote

Everything had shattered. The fact that it was all still there — the walls and the chairs and the children's pictures on the walls — meant nothing. Every atom of it had been blasted apart and reconstituted in an instant, and its appearance of permanence and solidity was laughable; it would dissolve at a touch, for everything was suddenly tissue-thin and friable.


The Casual Vacancy (ed. Little, Brown, 2012) - ISBN: 9780316228558

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Everything had shattered. The fact that it was all still there — the walls and the chairs and the children's pictures on the walls — meant...

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Everything had shattered. The fact that it was all still there — the walls and the chairs and the children's pictures on the walls — meant...

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Everything had shattered. The fact that it was all still there — the walls and the chairs and the children's pictures on the walls — meant...

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Everything had shattered. The fact that it was all still there — the walls and the chairs and the children's pictures on the walls — meant...