Open your eyes and see what you can with them before they close forever.
– The Frenchman on the radio, All the Light We Cannot See, page 264
“Still,” he says, “certain things compel people. Pearls, for example, and sinistral shells, shells with a left-handed opening. Even the best scientists feel the urge now and then to put something in a pocket. That something so small could be so beautiful. Worth so much. Only the strongest people can turn away from feelings like that.”
– Dr. Geffard, All the Light We Cannot See, page 52