Emily Thorne Quotes
A revolution begins when the desires of many are addressed by the actions of one. It's a ripple of change that starts when the first stone is cast at those in power and only ends when one side lies defeated or if two sides become one.
Alliances can reunite old friends in the most unexpected of ways, by testing the bonds that are the strongest of all. They can lead to the greatest victories or to your ultimate defeat.
Jack: I'm all in.
Emily: Let's do this.
Victory can never be achieved alone. Allegiances must be forged to overcome superior forces. Some born from a shared goal, others out of desperate need, but for a union to succeed, one must determine if an ally is truly a friend or merely an enemy in disguise.
Aiden: You're not going to leave this, are you?
Emily: Have I ever?
As children, we flinch at the sight of blood not yet realizing it means family, loyalty, and is the essence of life. But for all its virtue, there is the unavoidable reality that blood is often the child of pain, and a violent reminder that anything can be taken away in the blink of an eye.
Victoria: You've been bluffing since you stepped foot in the Hamptons. Why stop now?
Emily: Well, maybe I like to throw you off your game.
Addiction, an impulse that, once indulged, is impossible to pacify. Even when starved, the hunger survives.
Emily: You're testing me.
Nolan: Just want to make sure you're not going to black out and become your own worst Emily.
Grace is at the core of tragedy, for if there's no height at which to drop, no pride taken in a life lived, you have nothing to lose. But once in the freefall of disgrace, the only way to change the momentum is to use it to your advantage.
Emily: You're the only person who knew how to save me. I'm not sure I deserve it.
Aiden: You do.
Nolan: Ems, what are you going to do?
Emily: What I should've done in the first place. I'm going to kill them all.