The Passage

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Amy Harper Bellafonte is six years old and her mother thinks she's the most important person in the whole world. She is. Anthony Carter doesn't think he could ever be in a worse place than Death Row. He's wrong. FBI agent Brad Wolgast thinks something beyond imagination is coming. It is. THE PASSAGE. Deep in the jungles of eastern Colombia, Professor Jonas Lear has finally found what he's been searching for - and wishes to God he hadn't. In Memphis, Tennessee, a six-year-old girl called Amy is left at the convent of the ...

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Marsha L M

May 23, 2013

Book is great!

The service awesome and in excellent condition. Haven't started material yet but an upcoming book club pick, so will get started soon.
Thank you.

Gloria S

Dec 27, 2012

Passage

Reading now, starts interesting enough to make me want to keep reading.

Barbara C

Aug 2, 2012

Scary good

Love this book and the author. Don't let the length of the book scare you away. Every page is stellar.

cruzan

Sep 22, 2011

Getting totally into Book=over 700 pages

Is really worth reading all pages 2 hit the reasons for reading this book. The 700+ pages 2 get to the meat... Is worth it!

Right now husband & I are hoping 2 get next book [before end-of-world 2012 (giggle)] very soon. Hopefully, won't have 2 go through stand alone style (history) of book and it will give us the grist [meat] of final story.

SeldomSeen

Sep 30, 2010

Something borrowed, something new.

A young writer writes two well-received, but poor-selling literary novels. What does he do for a follow-up? Pens an epic-length, post-apocalyptic, vampire extravaganza!

Though I found The Passage to be highly derivative (Mr. Cronin seems to borrow often and shamelessly from many popular and literary sources), the story only picks up steam as it hums along. Though the beginning dragged a bit, I really felt he hit his stride by Part III. The outpost of humanity hanging on by a thread, while hope and ancient technology slowly fades, was simply un-put-down-able. The characters, also, were well fleshed out and sympathetic-- even, to some extent, the vampires.

The ending? Well let?s not spoil things, shall we? Read The Passage for the adventure and suspense if nothing else.

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