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The Passage - Justin Cronin

While The Passage’s back cover says little describing the story, it serves it’s purpose by piquing my interest. I had no idea it was a book about vampires in a viral apocalypse. 515 more words

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On Justin Cronin's 'The Passage' Trilogy

My cultural soft spot will always be vampires. There’s something about that monster—that bat-wing curve, that whipping black, that ferocity wrapped in the cold shadow—which gets me every time. 1,056 more words

Book Schlub

Inside this gigantic book that I sort of liked was a fascinating novella that I loved. CBR8 review 47.

This year marks my sixth Cannonball, and yet, somehow, this is the only book in The Passage trilogy that I’ve reviewed. I’m not quite sure how that happened, but I imagine it can be blamed on babies and whatnot. 723 more words

TOP 5 WEDNESDAY: Books You Want to See as TV Shows

Top 5 Wednesday is a great feature created by GingerReadsLainey and hosted by ThoughtsonTomes. To find out more about Top 5 Wednesday and the upcoming topics, check out… 422 more words

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An Evening With Justin Cronin.

Not two weeks ago I had friends strongly recommend Justin Cronin’s trilogy that begins with the Passage. They were both unable to put his books down and suggested I give them a try. 757 more words

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Five Favorite: TV I Want to Be Books

“Five Favorite” is a feature on thewasofshall where I lay out my five favorite “x”. Sometimes they’re relevant to a season or holiday, mostly they’re not. 363 more words

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The Passage

I finished reading the collection of behemoth tomes that make up The Passage trilogy by Justin Cronin, ending with City of Mirrors yesterday. It was a bit of a rushed read – I’d been meaning to start on them for awhile now but got sidetracked by various other books on my backlog plus new releases I’d been waiting for, and just a couple of weeks ago I realized that the author would be doing a signing and Q&A session at a local bookshop here during his Australian tour. 1,251 more words

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