Yes ! Because I read book 1
Left the reader hanging ! It seemed like a set up for book 3
Not his best effort
First couple hours it was difficult to pay attention. A lot of boring details are put into the book which makes it drag in places.
Emotion felt forced and I found myself not caring.
Story was also uneventful but gives you just enough to stay somewhat interested.
Just looking for an enjoyable story! Books are my passion.
I LOVED The Passage. I was very excited when The Twelve was released. However, after listening for hours and hours, I would find my mind wandering, it was like the story just droned on and on. After the "bad vampire" was taken care of, I stopped listening. I couldn't believe there was still and hour left in the book. In other words, I found it boring.
No. It could have been much shorter.
Absolutely, this is a wonderful second book in the trilogy...though there are still some unanswered questions..
I love Alisha, but Michael is also one of my favorites. Lish is just amazing and strong. Michael is brilliant and sweet.
I enjoyed Sister Lacy in "The Passage" but, I like the portrayal of Lila in this book
Amy, I really would like to ask her all she knows and who all the people she was with after she left Walgast were. I'd also like to know more about April...
This book was a really wonderful read-listen- and I am excited for the next book, hoping it answers all of the questions I still have from the first book.
Not nearly as good as the passage. Seems slower paced, contrived.
Was really looking forward to this book after listening to The Passage. Not looking forward to third book.
I listen to a lot of audio books and tend to like books that are dark in content and humor.
Probably before the third one comes out.
He does an okay job.
Not as much as The Passage but still good.
The initial pace of the book was a let down and I almost considered shelving it. Luckily, it picked up and was a worthwhile read. Readers who are jumping into the series at this point beware; I think this book is not an entry point into the series as some trilogies allow. You had to have previous knowledge of the characters and their plight to appreciate the book. The back stories only allow you a glimpse.
The first installment of this trilogy was excellent. This book compares nicely in both character development and plot.
I found myself missing the protagonists in this book. They became real people to me and that's the sign of a good book. Also, I found that I truly hated the antagonists in this book and that is equally important.
It's not on the same level as the first book which I really liked. Story too complex. Confusing. Hard to follow. Characters weak (other than in "The Passage"). The book has its moments but all in all too broad. With a 4 star rating this book is overrated. I would give it 2,5 stars - no more. I had high expectations - maybe that's why I am disappointed...
Most likely I will read part 3, but JC has to improve!
I liked the narrator. Same "style" as in the first book. Without him the ratings would have been worse in my opinion. Good performance.
Has its moments which remind of the first book. All in all too weak.
If you didn't like the first book or thought it was "so, so" - hands off this one. You need to be a fan to get through this one.
I like the characters and the story line. I don't mind the religious overtone to a point but if your not a christian and don't want a lecture sermon you might want to pass on the book.