I’ve always liked graveyards. They’re peaceful, unrushed places. The pace of change in a graveyard is very gradual. I’ve never thought of graveyards as gloomy, and I don’t like the idea that they’re places one should only visit out of a sense of obligation, or when there’s a funeral. People should be able to go and sit or sleep or read a book in a cemetery without being thought odd.
– Catherine, The Testament of Gideon Mack