Robert Charles Wilson Quote

I would confront the thieves, I thought, and the self-evident justice of my case would cause them to crumble before me. I don't know why I expected such extravagant results from the application of mere justice. That kind of calculation is seldom borne out by worldly events.


p. 217 - Julian Comstock: A Story of 22nd-Century America (2009)


I would confront the thieves, I thought, and the self-evident justice of my case would cause them to crumble before me. I don't know why I expected...

I would confront the thieves, I thought, and the self-evident justice of my case would cause them to crumble before me. I don't know why I expected...

I would confront the thieves, I thought, and the self-evident justice of my case would cause them to crumble before me. I don't know why I expected...

I would confront the thieves, I thought, and the self-evident justice of my case would cause them to crumble before me. I don't know why I expected...