"I. Am Not. Yoda." The titular character has just exploded a rubbish bin out of sheer rage at his stubborn, mouthy, disobedient and-at-risk-of-the-dark-side apprentice, who also complained about an assignment and tried. It's a proper danger sign when Harry won't even be placated by pop culture references.
"Fuego. Pyrofuego! Burn!"
Also seen in the final battle in Changes, in a duel of wills between Kukulcan, the Red King, and Harry.
Another Dan Abnett  novel, Know No Fear, features this for the speech of one of its characters, Telemechrus. Slightly inverted, in that he is a Dreadnought (Giant Mech containing the mortally-wounded fragments of a Space Marine hero) and it represents the machine systems processing his speech.
In Paper Towns, Margo says to Quentin, "I. Will. Miss. Hanging. Out. With. You."
Not with punctuation marks, but toward the end of the second book of Taylor Anderson's Destroyermen series, the destroyer Walker tries towing a much larger ship to safety. That cuts their speed severely, the enemy's guns are getting the range, and they can't maneuver to dodge. The engineer tells the captain they don't have enough fuel, the Bosun tells the captain it's no use, and the captain says, "We Are Not Leaving Anyone Else Behind." Then the captain of the ship they're towing cuts the line to let Walker get away.
From Metro 2033, when Artyom doesn't understand about Che Guevara:
'"Comrade. Ernesto. Che. Guevara." The commissar rapped the seperate syllables. "The great. Cuban. Revolutionary."'