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Tad Williams

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As for monkeys, I would have five, and they would be named: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, Do Pretty Much Whatever The Hell You Want, and Expensive Attorney.

— Tad Williams


She had to find her own story, and she could make it whatever shape she thought best.

— Tad Williams

#words #life

...Coca-Cola and fries, the wafer and wine of the Western religion of commerce.

— Tad Williams

#dystopia #future #religion

Remember that each light between sunrise and sunset is worth dying for at least once.

— Tad Williams

#light #sun #life

Stairs. This is Hell. Hell is stairs, was all Theo could think. I'd sell my soul for a goddamn elevator. But I don't have a soul, do I? I'm some kind of fairy. Okay, settle for an escalator, then.

— Tad Williams


People in science fiction flicks always seemed to know useful things about the places time travel took them. But what if the time traveler had been only an average history student? What then?

— Tad Williams


Whatever my ancestors did to you, none of them consulted me.

— Tad Williams

#funny #funny

Was Briony the only person who could hear the venom dripping from the woman’s tongue? What good was beauty — a mature beauty, but beauty nonetheless — if it cloaked such a viperous soul?

— Tad Williams

#evil #masks #beauty

Welcome to the Information Jungle.

— Tad Williams

#inspirational #sci-fi #inspirational

A well-aimed spear is worth three.

— Tad Williams

#three #worth

About Tad Williams

Did you know about Tad Williams?

He also wrote Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis for DC Comics starting with issue #50 a project which began in March 2007 and ended with issue #57. The first volume The Dragons of Ordinary Farm was publiTad Williamsd in June 2009 and a second book The Secrets of Ordinary Farm was publiTad Williamsd June 2011. Tad Williams is also currently working on a series of young-adult books co-written with his wife Deborah Beale called Ordinary Farm.

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