Long but one of my favorites!
I absolutely loved this book. Great from beginning to end. I love how the story unfolds and keeps you coming back for more. It was difficult to put down. Way to go Justin.
If you love TheStand, as I do, then this book, this trilogy, will tip the scales for any reader. I love The Passage and all it’s intonations and meanings that JC has put forth in this tomb of a book. The characters become you and I become them and who am I echos throughout it’s pages
Couldn’t sleep , but loved it. I read the whole series!
First part of the book engages. Then, around 600 pages in,( more than 2,000 pages on IBooks) sags like a beaten up old Turkish Army cot. Boring, confusing, and you could care less about these people. How this trilogy succeeds is beyond this readers comprehension. So dull, I didn't even finish it and deleted it from my library.
Kept me wanting to know what would happen, but not the best I've ever read
This was an amazing read ! It's probably the longest (881 pages) that I have read in quite awhile. Great story line, great characters and fun to read. I will say that there were a couple of places where it bogged down but it picked right back up and moved forward. Can't wait wait to read the second book of this series. I highly recommend it but make sure you are willing to make the time commitment.
This has to be one of the best books I have ever read. I was completely swept away by the whole concept of this story. So well written, so descriptive, so beautiful in so many ways - yet horrifying and so suspenseful, I just couldn't put it down. Highly, highly recommend this book!
Couldn't put it down.
Am book reader
Excellent book...read it twice. But where's the final volume of the trilogy? Please Mr. Cronin, get it done!
This is the first book to make me completely emotionally invested in the characters. So much so that I found myself grieving this deaths or misfortunes and having nightmares if I had to leave off reading in a tense place. I can't wait to read The Twelve, and hopefully finally get to the bottom of the mystery that is Amy. Thank you, Mr Cronin, for a thoroughly fantastic ride!
It's an okay story and I would normally give it three stars. I mean let's face it, I finished the stupid book, didn't I? But wow! It has some of the longest paragraphs I have ever seen in the history of literature. I mean, a couple of the paragraphs are reminiscent of War and Peace itself!
Many, many times I would simply flip through the pages, three or four at a time, and feel like I missed nothing in the story plot.
Buy it at your own risk.