You’ve taken seven people, each of whom has a real-life reason to wish you harm, gathered them together on a remote island and placed the idea of your murder in their heads. It’s like putting a loaded gun on the table and turning off the lights![to Miles]
This is the real world. And in the real world, you need more than a neat, little detective story. You need evidence.
Oh my God, it’s full of stars! 2010, the year we made contact. [while looking into the icosahedron kaleidoscope]
If you want to shake things up, you start with something small. You break a norm, or an idea, or a convention, some little business model. But you go with things that people are kind of tired of anyway.
I’ve learned through bitter experience that an anonymous invitation is not to be trifled with.[to Miles]
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I want to be responsible for something that gets talked about in the same breath as the Mona Lisa. Forever.
I expected complexity. I expected intelligence. I expected a puzzle, a game. But that’s not what any of this is. It hides not behind complexity, but behind mind-numbing obvious clarity. Truth is, it doesn’t hide at all.