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William

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  • The Passage: The Passage Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (36 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Justin Cronin
    • Narrated By Scott Brick, Adenrele Ojo, Abby Craden
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (7202)
    Performance
    (3558)
    Story
    (3561)

    First, the unthinkable: a security breach at a secret U.S. government facility unleashes the monstrous product of a chilling military experiment. Then, the unspeakable: a night of chaos and carnage gives way to sunrise on a nation, and ultimately a world, forever altered. All that remains for the stunned survivors is the long fight ahead and a future ruled by fear—of darkness, of death, of a fate far worse.

    Nicole says: "You love it or you hate it..."
    "dont buy"
    Overall

    This book is terrible on so many levels. First, once again a writer has displayed the military as mindless killers. Guess what, we in the military are people just like everybody else. You probably know many in the military as friends or family and if you do, you know we are normal people. The military doing what is suggested in this book is impossible. Too many checks and balances and the reason we fight is because of the soldiers and sailors beside us. That’s the main reason that this book’s crack at super mindless military machines’ is not reasonable. I expect writers to be more creative. The copout is to portray the military as the bad person.
    Next, his graphic description of a pedophile’s thoughts is disquieting and sickening. It worries me that this author needs to describe the thoughts in such detail. Sometimes just telling us a charter is a certain person is enough; please don’t waste time in the weeds. Also, so many things that supposedly take place in the book are unbelievable. The fact is that if you were carrying out human studies on a drug, it would be better to do it in a foreign country where you could pay off the government and no one would notice people missing. That comes to mind as more believable than government agents trying to snatch people without other government agencies, let alone the media, finding it out.
    This is terrible book that I could not finish. I would like my money back but it was my mistake. Please don’t make it your mistake. Spend your money on better books.

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