There is a title that gathers some hype for some time and I’ve seen it mentioned in many places. I admit that I am not very well informed about Justin Cronin’s “The Passage”, although I read a great review at Adam’s Wertzone blog and the synopsis I found on Orion Books’ website picked my interest immediately. However, for some strange reason the novel went under my radar. Fortunately not for long, because I found Justin Cronin’s “The Passage” again, together with an excellent book trailer, so this time I was sure to bookmark its release day.
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.
FBI agent Brad Wolgast thinks something beyond imagination is coming.
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 Sisters of Mercy and wonders why her mother has abandoned her.
In a maximum security jail in Nevada, a convicted murderer called Giles Babcock has the same strange nightmare, over and over again, while he waits for a lethal injection.
In a remote community in the California mountains, a young man called Peter waits for his beloved brother to return home, so he can kill him.
Bound together in ways they cannot comprehend, for each of them a door is about to open into a future they could not have imagined. And a journey is about to begin. An epic journey that will take them through a world transformed by man's darkest dreams, to the very heart of what it means to be human.And beyond.