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Quotations from the novels of Tom Holt

What is this?
Simply my collection of quotes (or is it quotations?) from books by Tom Holt, orginally all typed in by myself (too much spare time?), but nowadays other people have contributed.

I have re-arranged the quotes and put them on the individual book pages, these pages contain quotes so far:
Odds and Gods, My Hero, Who's Afraid of Beowulf?, Expecting Someone Taller, Flying Dutch, Little People, Ye Gods!, Nothing But Blue Skies, Grailblazers, Falling Sideways, Here Comes the Sun, The Better Mousetrap, Djinn Rummy, Faust Among Equals, Only Human and Open Sesame

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Book Cover of Who's Afraid of Beowulf?

Quote from Who's Afraid of Beowulf?

`Will they be all right?' Hildy asked doubtfully. `They don't seem very practical to me.'
 The King nodded. `I should think so,' he said. `Take Angantyr Asmundarson, for instance. To join the muster at Melvich, he marched all night from Brough Head to Burwick - that's right across two msin islands of Orkney - and since there was no boat available he swam over from Burwick to the mainland, in the middle of a storm. Then he ran all the way from Duncansby Head to Melvich, on the morning before the battle, and still fought in the front rank against the stone-rolls of Finnmark. Complaining bitterly about his wet clothes and how he was going to catch his death pneumonia, of course, but that's just his way.' He paused, and contemplated his fingernails for a moment.
 `Put like that, I suppose, it rather proves your point. Only a complete idiot would have gone to so much trouble to get involved in a battle.
 Come on,' he said briskly, `it's time we were going.'
(Tom Holt, "Who's Afraid of Beowulf?")
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