For so very different reasons.
From Neil Gaiman, in The Graveyard Book (which you can hear him read aloud in full online at www.mousecircus.com)
‘At the best of times his face was unreadable. Now his face was a book written in a language long forgotten, in an alphabet unimagined.’
And then from Radio 2’s Mike Harding, about everyone bemoaning how The Folk Scene got too Professional and It’s A Shame:
‘Yes, I know it was a lot better when we all sang in folk clubs for nothing and knitted our own concertinas from recycled policeman's bicycles…’
Best lines you’ve read/ heard lately?