The pacing was off; the first half was way too slow.
No. The first one was refreshing in the almost optimistic view of basic humanity. But don't worry, in book two we get alllllll the rape we were missing in book 1.
It already has one.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
I enjoyed the first book in this trilogy more than I did the second. I finished the book, and I will download the third, because I am invested in the story. But I found The Twelve a bit hard to follow. The book is so long, and there are so many characters and timelines, I found myself forgetting who people were if they hadn't been mentioned in a while.
With that said, the story is good. Just make sure you're paying attention. This isn't really the kind of story you want to listen to while you're multitasking. You'll miss something important!
I love this book and the entire Passage trilogy by Justin Cronin. Scott Brick is a masterful narrator. I recommend this book wholeheartedly.
I just love this series. I can't wait to read the rest of the series on pins and needles
Such an epic and awesome story. The narrator did a fantastic job with so many characters and such substantive content. The production was deliciously suspenseful without being overwrought. Nice job on one of my favorite books!