„Next came the sort of kiss that banished the world to distant background noise and seemed to last a month.“

—  Scott Lynch, buch The Republic of Thieves

Quelle: The Republic of Thieves (2013), Chapter 10 “The Five-Year Game: Final Approaches” section 13 (p. 610)

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