"The power of coffee and bagels shouldn't be underestimated."
"Lesson one: no hot substances in the hands of trainee witches."
"You've always been a witch, sweetheart. You just didn't know it."
"Being Irish, Moira accepted that his fate had been set before he'd been born. She also knew it was his fate to choose, and being Irish, she understood that sometimes people made poor choices."
...try wrapping your head around that last one. It makes sense, but I've no clue why.
I finished this book last night, and very much enjoyed it. It's the second novel I've found where witches cast spells via programming codes (such as HTML), and I'm wondering if that will be more common in future witchy novels. For that matter, I wonder if it reflects what modern witches really do.
(By the way, Magaly, thank you for pointing me towards this book. :D)