READ The Passage Author Justin Cronin


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  • The Passage
  • Justin Cronin
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  • 10 January 2020
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summary The Passage ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ë Justin Cronin My Harper Bellafonte is a refugee from the doomed scientific project that has triggered apocalypse He is determined to protect her from the horror set loose by her captors But for Amy escaping the bloody fallout is only the beginning of a much longer odyssey spanning miles and decades towards the time and place where she must finish what should never have beg when i read horror i m usually looking for 1 cheap thrills or 2 surreal and metaphysical weirdness or best of all 3 an epic full of dread and melancholy there is plenty of the first sort and so much of it is trash but fun can be had with trashy things and i m no snob the second type can be a little hard to find but there s a lot to be had as well if you look in the right places especially the past but the third kind that s the hardest i ve only found a few Declare It The Terror and The Passage in a lot of horror i m not exactly eager to slowly lose myself in the world depicted the experience is often like a rollercoaster or a fun nightmare but that last category those mournful sagas they are my special favorites i may not want to live in a novel s world but if it is a world that is so carefully crafted and then grown one filled with tragedy and sadness and coming together and coming undone i find it very easy to get lost in those worlds it is a great feelingso on to The Passage it is an excellent novel complete with multi leveled characters spiritual mysteries exciting action set pieces and the trappings of several genres vampire post apocalypse and in the first third an on the run from the government style thriller the writing is solid well crafted and certainly in no rush particularly outstanding is the depth of characterization present in even minor or elusive characters such as the scientist Lear or the child molestor Grey the first third of the novel is pretty much perfect tightly paced yet generous with motivation and context and featuring three of the most warmly written and sympathetic characters i ve come across in a while Agent Wolgast Sister Lacey Anthony Carter fallen agent unearthly nun misunderstood criminal the empathy created by the author for these three and the depth of their background stories i just really was not expecting that and it was wonderful to experienceunlike many other readers i felt the remaining two thirds were very strong moving easily between a wide range of physical and emotional landscapes from complex world building to pointed irony to moments of eerie beauty to straight up horror particularly in the Haven seuence although it could be said that characterization was a bit less rich in the last two thirds the range of emotions depicted was often on a wider and dynamic scale the reader is able to watch characters actually grow and change i appreciated Cronin s vampires they certainly run against the current grain although the threat of their bizarre bestial presence looms over the entire novel they remain enjoyably enigmatic and largely in the background i assume the amount of attention paid to the vampire Babcock and his traumatic past also very well done will be paralleled in the seuels by depictions of the remaining vampires The Passage has been compared to The Stand personally i think The Passage is superior my only real issue is the very ending which could come across as cheaply ironic and unnecessarily brutal if it wasn t clear that this is only book 1 of 3 i assume that this disturbing cliffhanger of an ending will eventually be resolved with the same sensitivity and grace brought to the rest of the novel s various episodic seuences The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy only the beginning So Wrong... of a much longer Lily And The Lawman odyssey spanning miles and decades towards the time and place where she must finish what should never have beg when i read horror i m usually looking for 1 cheap thrills Dragons Tears or 2 surreal and metaphysical weirdness Anything For Love or best Mi rifiuto di scrivere un necrologio per luomo of all 3 an epic full Murder out of the Blue Maliha Anderson #1 of dread and melancholy there is plenty Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West of the first sort and so much So malerisch! 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summary The Passage ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ë Justin Cronin 36 hours 50 minutes“It happened fast Thirty two minutes for one world to die another to be born” First the unthinkable a security breach at a secret US government facility unleashes the monstrous product of a chilling military experiment Then the unspeakable a night of chaos and carnage gives way to sunrise on a nation and ultimately a world forever alter Later Keith Olbermann s words WORST PERSON IN THE WO O R R L L D would echo in my headThe other morning my daughter called crying and said I just did something terrible I froze As a parent these words could mean anything I waited I hit a car I was trying to move over because the street was narrow I hit someone s mirror I panicked I just took off I m late for work already They ll fire me if I m late I know I damaged the mirror I feel awful This was all delivered in pieces as she was weeping by nowDuring this I go into parental stream of consciousness Thank God No one s hurt She s not hurt She left the scene What does that mean What do I do What do I do Trouble Fines Tickets Jail Oh my God Money Trouble Money money money Trouble trouble trouble Then the devil s words Did anyone see youBut that s not what I said I heard myself say Can you go back and leave a note on the windshield More wailing Noooo I m late now They ll fire me I know it All right Okay You have to report this I ll find out what you need to do It s okay Go to work It ll be okay Of course I had no idea if it would be all right I m in Wisconsin she s in Minneapolis and I started to make phone calls The first officer was a huge help He said he didn t know what the rules were but she d LEFT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT I said she panicked she feels terrible she s sobbing He said It doesn t matter whether she s crying laughing smiling She LEFT THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT That s a crime My heart was pounding and I wanted to say Look you Neanderthal fuck She killed a mirror Could you be human for a moment An hour or so later I finally reached the right people and the sergeant assured me she was not in trouble took my name number and hers and said she should report it as soon as possibleSituation handled I suppose But I kept thinking of my first thought and what I almost said Did anyone see you Epic failI m drawn to apocalyptic fiction and one of the reasons why is that characters are often tested and The Passage is no exception Faced with temptation or in the clutch of terror characters succeed or fail While the book has compelling moments too often Cronin starts to develop a character but never really completes the task With such a large array of characters this needs to be done You want to empathize with the characters and they need to be distinct enough so that you can keep them all straightOne problem and this may sound minor but it drove me crazy was Cronin s inability to handle dialogue With the exception of the soldiers who spoke in an exaggerated military fashion many of the characters sounded the same Also they seemed to have one expletive flyers which referred to something horrible in their midst Accordingly most of the characters when excited would begin a sentence by saying Flyers what will we do or Flyers did you see anything It was absurdPicture for example something horrible in our lives Sarah Palin for example and then picture her being able to survive as she is for decades image error

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