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Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

A memory stabbed him, as sharp as a blade. He'd floated alone in an escape pod over Ryloth once, spinning high over its surface, after crashing a cruiser into a droid control ship. Another name bobbed up and broke the surface of the sea of memory. Ahsoka. He'd called her "Snips" sometimes. He pushed the errant recollection aside and focused on his task. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Losing something she loved had ripped her open in a way she had not expected. The pain hurt, but the pain was right. The Order had wrought a galaxy in which good capitulated to evil, where human feelings - Aryn's feelings - were crushed under the weight of Jedi nonattachment. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul Ryan

I learned a good deal about economics, and about America, from the author of the Reagan tax reforms - the great Jack Kemp. What gave Jack that incredible enthusiasm was his belief in the possibilities of free people, in the power of free enterprise and strong communities to overcome poverty and despair. We need that same optimism right now. — Paul Ryan

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Underlings should always be uncomfortable in the presence of their superiors," said the Emperor. "Don't you agree? — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Alert your flight teams," he said to Luitt. "Be ready to scramble your V-wings." "What? Why?" Luitt asked, looking from Vader to the Emperor. "The shields are still up." "Likely not for much longer," Vader said. "Do as Lord Vader commands," said the Emperor, putting just enough power in his tone to quail everyone on the bridge. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

I am a murderer. I simply have not yet murdered. But I will, given time. The good in me is draining away into the dark hole in my center.

My soul is broken. I am broken.

I am my father's son. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Other than the Emperor, only Vader knew the false names were ancient Sith words that meant "death" and "fate. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

She stared up at Vader, unafraid."I hate you and everything you stand for" she said."But when I murdered, I murdered out of love"

Vader raised his blade, his breathing loud and steady. When he spoke, his voice was as deep and hollow as a funeral gong.
"I know precisely what you mean" he said and slashed. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

The armor separated him from the galaxy, from everyone, made him singular, freed him from the needs of the flesh, the concerns of the body that once had plagued him, and allowed him to focus solely on his relationship to the Force. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Vader made most of the naval officers he encountered uncomfortable. To them, he was a towering dark figure outside their chain of command who had emerged from nowhere and possessed powers they did not understand. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

The past is a ghost that haunts us. Ghosts must banished. Lingering on the past is weakness, Lord Vader. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

The Emperor said, "My name is Krataa, and this" - he gestured at Vader - "is Irluuk. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Be true to yourself"

- Ven Zallow — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

An apprentice was unquestioningly loyal until the moment he wasn't. Both Master and apprentice knew this. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

the scarred face of a clone, the features an echo of so many faces from Vader's past. Rex. Cody. Fives. Echo. The roster of names moved through Vader's mind, each of them a trigger for a memory, each of them a ghost from his past. — Paul S. Kemp

Paul Kemp Quotes By Paul S. Kemp

Vader completed his meditation and opened his eyes. His pale, flame-savaged face stared back at him from out of the reflective black transparisteel of his pressurized meditation chamber. Without the neural connection to his armor, he was conscious of the stumps of his legs, the ruin of his arms, the perpetual pain in his flesh. He welcomed it. Pain fed his hate, and hate fed his strength. Once, as a Jedi, he had meditated to find peace. Now he meditated to sharpen the edges of his anger. — Paul S. Kemp