Quotes by Barbara Hall

"The path to our destination is not always a straight one. We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back. Maybe it doesn't matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark."
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"You're alive. Do something. The directive in life, the moral imperative was so uncomplicated. It could be expressed in single words, not complete sentences. It sounded like this: Look. Listen. Choose. Act."
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"And maybe that is where rhythm comes from, I think. Our earliest understanding of rhythm. The sound of our own breath, the beating of our own hearts."
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"I felt for the first time, maybe ever, how much harder it was to be the adults. And I wasn't sure I could do that when it was my turn."
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"The thing I didn't see back then is that people can be destroyed by goodness. Damage can be done by hope. If people aren't ready for hope, it's a cruel trick to put it on their doorstep."
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Books by Barbara Hall

  • The Music Teacher
  • 359 ratings
  • February 10th 2009 by Algonquin Books

    (first published January 1st 2009)

  • Tempo Change
  • 154 ratings
  • June 9th 2009 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers

    (first published January 1st 2009)

  • Dixie Storms
  • 97 ratings
  • May 1st 2006 by HMH Books for Young Readers

    (first published 1990)

  • Charisma
  • 57 ratings
  • October 15th 2013 by Premier Digital Publishing
  • Culture Shock: Indonesia
  • 30 ratings
  • March 1st 1991 by Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company

    (first published January 1st 1991)

  • Close to Home
  • 24 ratings
  • July 8th 1997 by Simon & Schuster

    (first published 1997)

Barbara Hall
  • Barbara Hall

  • Born: The United States.

  • Description: To TV audiences she may be better known as a four-time Emmy-nominated writer and producer (Joan of Arcadia, Judging Amy) and the co-Executive Producer of Homeland, but to avid readers she’s a novelist with 11 published works whose imagination has been honored by numerous institutions, including the American Library Association in both their Best Books and Notable Books categories.

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