The narrator. He was awesome. The characters too, there were a lot of really good ones.
Brad Wolgast... Peter... Alicia... This is a really tough one to answer, but if I had to narrow it to just one it would be Sister Lacey because her story was probably the saddest and the loneliest. A close second would be Alicia, because she was such a fighter.
No, but Scott Brick is incredible and I'm so happy he did The Twelve too!
"Pray you never meet a Viral!"
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Yes! Scott Brick brings the characters to Life!
Amy leading Wolgast Home toward the end of the book.
Yes, The Passage, he's incredible.
Lilah's crazy moments were very funny... She was one of my favorite characters. This was a royal treat, I'm very much looking forward to the third book.
I'd say pretty high.
When I realized that there could be two stories here and that maybe the better one wasn't the truer one.
He did an excellent job... I Loved every word.
When the second narrator was talking about Pi's life & childhood in India (And all remnants of his family) being illustrated in the photo album by just four blurry pictures.
This is a book I'll remember fondly and hauntingly for the rest of my life.
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