Sergei Lukyanenko

Sergei Lukyanenko

Russian science fiction writer
But even if we were to disappear, people would still be divided into people and Others. No matter how those Others were different.People can't get by without Others. Put two people on an uninhabited island, and you'll have a human being and an Other. And the difference is that an Other is always tormented by his differentness. It's easier for people. They know they're people, and that's what they ought to be. And they all have no choice but to be that way. All of them, forever.More Sergei Lukyanenko quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
Forgiving was the hardest thing. Sometimes forgiving was the hardest thing in the whole world.More Sergei Lukyanenko quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
There is no abstract Evil; you have to understand that! Its roots are here, all around us, in this herd that goes on chewing and having a good time only an hour after a murder! That's what you have to fight for. For people. Evil is a hydra with many heads, and the more of them you cut off, the more it grows! Hydras have to be starved to death, do you understand that? Kill a hundred Dark Ones, and a thousand more will take their place.More Sergei Lukyanenko quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
And the simple people are trash. A herd of sheep that are good for shearing, but sometimes it's more profitable to slaughter them.More Sergei Lukyanenko quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
I often use detective elements in my books. I love detective novels. But I also think science fiction and detective stories are very close and friendly genres, which shows in the books by Isaac Asimov, John Brunner, and Glen Cook. However, whilst even a tiny drop of science fiction may harm a detective story, a little detective element benefits science fiction. Such a strange puzzle.More Sergei Lukyanenko quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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