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Download The City of Mirrors: A Novel (Book Three of The Passage Trilogy) - eBook Free

The Passage is a novel series by Justin Cronin. There are two published books in the series and third slated for publication in 2016. In “The Passage” and “The Twelve”, Justin Cronin brilliantly imagined the fall of civilization and humanity s desperate fight to survive. 210 more words

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Revisiting The Passage

The year was 2012 and I was waiting in line to see The Avengers at midnight. Since I insisted on getting there ridiculously early (sorry guys), we had a lot of time to kill. 789 more words

Week In Geek 5/23/16

Is it me or does the Week In Geek deserve some sort of theme song? I haven’t found it yet but there’s something there. As a matter of fact Geeklings, if you want to write a theme song for the  683 more words

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Review: The Twelve - Justin Cronin

The Twelve by Justin Cronin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In my experience, the middle volume of most trilogies, regardless of how planned in advance, is often the most boring of the series. 182 more words

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My Review of The Passage by Justin Cronin

Five Stars ***** it was amazing

This novel by Justin Cronin is epic in the same way as The Stand by Stephen King is. I never thought I’d make that statement, but even Stephen King describes it as having “the vividness that only epic works of fantasy and imagination can achieve”. 269 more words

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BEA16: Justin Cronin Reveals the True Villain of The Passage Trilogy

Easily the best thing to come out of our 21st-century obsession with vampires, Justin Cronin’s 2010 breakout novel The Passage took a high-concept premise—a biological vampire virus that reduces human civilization to a single (as far as we know), well-armed outpost in California—and grounded it in literary prose and a vivid sense of place. 1,720 more words

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Justin Cronin’s THE CITY OF MIRRORS

I absolutely loved The Passage. It totally blew me away it is depth of storytelling, its scope, its characterization, its structure. You name it, I loved it. 362 more words

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