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  1. says:

    I doubt I'll ever say this again about a vampire or a post apocalyptic novel but you must read this bookI've been reading a lot recently mostly works from some of the big names in speculative fiction So it surprised me when I saw The Passage by Justin Cronin on my Goodreads list I don't recall where the recommendation came from and the synopsis read as a post apocalyptic novel with vampires That did not instill confidence in the book two

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    Why did I pick this up now Well vampires Plus I got caught in the hype machine marketing the latest novel and figu

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    The Passage is an excellent crossover novel and it shouldn't be a surprise that it's done so well in the bookstores since it appeals to so many different readers and is so well executedAt its heart this is a blockbuster novel in the style of Stephen King and in much the same way as King it mixes elements of the horror genre with elements from literary fiction in a very readable way Of course in doing so it has the potential to ups

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    When I first bought this book it was for a book club challenge and I must say it took me a good month to get into it The first few chapters move a little slowly but once the story becomes clear the story is so beautifully crafted and I was hooked I couldn't wait to read The dark landscape of the past present and future were portrayed with great skill and gave a realistic but grim indication of what could happen in a fantasy worl

  5. says:

    I read so many good reviews that I purchased this book I enjoyed it read it all the way through without skipping any pages Will I buy the next book probably not will check out the library to see if they stock it

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    This is the third time I have read this book the first in the trilogyWhere do do startBeautifully written a true E

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    For once I had to agree with the Stephen King comparisons at least for the first 300 or so pages but then WHAM and suddenly we're 2 years further on before another jump of around 100 years to what at first seemed a completel

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    I’m not really sure where to start with this bookIt’s monstrous In the best possibly wayDid I like itYes absolutely I’m half way through the seuel alreadyIs it easy to followYes & noThe plot is the yes Essentially the military create ‘vampires’ by unearthing a long lost disease I’m not sure if paleovirology is a thing

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    It took me ages to read this book and I read a lot I read lots of other books alongside and just tackled a few chapters daily It was good but did not hold my attention enough to read continuouslyIt's a bit difficult to get into at the beginning because there are a number of threads to the storyline1 Dr Leah's military backed expedition to t

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    Amy is a girl out of time in a world that has moved on In a time of men and monsters she is neither but feels the needs o

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    Unlike alot of reviewers I had no problem with the time hop or the second set of characters I think just coming

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NOW A MAJOR TV SERIESTHE STAND meets THE ROAD Entertainment WeeklyEnthralling richly imagined Above all Amy is a superb creation believably human yet beguilingly enigmatic Sunday TimesAmy Harper Bellafonte is six years old and her mother thinks shes the. Why did I pick this up now Well vampires Plus I got caught in the hype machine marketing the latest novel and figured I had to start at the beginningTo be completely frank this book gets off to a cracking start While I didn t find Cronin the most engaging writer the plot and story had hooks than a pirate partyBut halfway through the book with all the subtlety of From Dusk till Dawn you are slapped in the face with a dystopian future drama that feels very high schoolIt was a slog to finish this book and I only got there because of some inane compulsion to finish everything I start Sometimes I want to give myself an upper cut

Summary The Passage: The original post-apocalyptic virus thriller: chosen as Time Magazine’s one of the best books to read during self-isolation in the Coronavirus outbreak (The Passage Trilogy Book 1)

The Passage: The original post-apocalyptic virus thriller: chosen as Time Magazine’s one of the best books to read during self-isolation in the Coronavirus outbreak (The Passage Trilogy Book 1)

Ted; read 30 and you will find yourself taken prisoner and reading late into the night It had the vividness that only epic works of fantasy and imagination can achieve What else can I say This read this book and the ordinary world disappears Stephen Kin. I m not really sure where to start with this bookIt s monstrous In the best possibly wayDid I like itYes absolutely I m half way through the seuel alreadyIs it easy to followYes noThe plot is the yes Essentially the military create vampires by unearthing a long lost disease I m not sure if paleovirology is a thing but it sounds cool The army think they can control their subjects and the disease Yeah You got it Guess what happensThe no That s twofold the cast of characters the massive time jump about a third inI mentioned in a recent review of Salem s Lot how I was struggling to keep track of a town s worth of people I ll leave the comparison of Justin Cronin s style to Stephen King to other people I have the same numbers issue here Except a lot of the people in The Passage are related and have similar names There came a point where I had to roll with it and think that maybe character X was Y or possibly Z or actually s sister in disguise as TBWJzjsi7aa s brother Kind of And that s before we add in first names and surnames and nicknamesAnd the time jump Did I mention thatThe book is essentially a long preuel and main story The preuel sets the scene where the virus is from how it s released into the wild and so on The story then skips approx 100 years into the future to a band of survivors in the Colony It was a big break and left a lot of uestions about certain initial characters unanswered people I was invested in There were moments when I felt almost cheated by not knowing what had happened to them As I struggled with the vast secondary cast I occasionally felt I was reading purely to see what happened to the original people Some of my uestions are kind of addressed later on but there s a long wait for those half answersOtherwiseThe story is incredibly well written There are moments of poetic prose interspersed with sections that are brutally simple The nastiness within the novel was the latter it s clean There were no lengthy descriptions of monsters dripping in adjectives and doing things adverbily to their overly described victims The scare was all the powerful for thatPartly because of the uality of the writing there were a few places were the story seemed to jump almost like a stylus on a record A motive that I didn t get An action that made no sense A monster s inability to do something which I thought they could I d be hard pressed to tell you what those moments were now but I remember them jarringTo wrap upFor those interested in apocalyptic thrillers there are a lot of staples here the hunt for food weapons safety surviving government fk ups We re due a major one at the moment surely Then there s the banding together of the people who have fled the relative safety of their home and the resourcefulness they need to survive It s well done and there s enough realism hard luck and fortune to keep it interestingFor those interested in vampires virals You ve got it all With a twist References to crosses mirrors reflections hanging upside down blood and so onWould I have changed anything Yes Filling in the gap between section one two Book two addresses some of that time lag brilliantly and it s nice to see some of the pieces slotting into places but I think I d still have preferred the story in order By the time I get to the end of the trilogy I may have different viewAll in all a great readThey re right Doing Without Concepts can I say This read this book and the ordinary world disappears Stephen Kin. 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Most important person in the whole worldShe isAnthony Carter doesnt think he could ever be in a worse place than Death RowHes wrongFBI agent Brad Wolgast thinks something beyond imagination is comingIt isRead 15 pages and you will find yourself captiva. When I first bought this book it was for a book club challenge and I must say it took me a good month to get into it The first few chapters move a little slowly but once the story becomes clear the story is so beautifully crafted and I was hooked I couldn t wait to read The dark landscape of the past present and future were portrayed with great skill and gave a realistic but grim indication of what could happen in a fantasy world The character development was also written with deep emotions Overall a fantastic read and looking forward to continuing to read the seuels