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The City of Mirrors
The City of Mirrors | Justin Cronin
In The Passage and The Twelve, Justin Cronin brilliantly imagined the fall of civilization and humanity's desperate fight to survive. Now all is quiet on the horizon--but does silence promise the nightmare's end or the second coming of unspeakable darkness? At last, this bestselling epic races to its breathtaking finale. The world we knew is gone. What world will rise in its place? The Twelve have been destroyed and the hundred-year reign of darkness that descended upon the world has ended. The survivors are stepping outside their walls, determined to build society anew--and daring to dream of a hopeful future. But far from them, in a dead metropolis, he waits: Zero. The First. Father of the Twelve. The anguish that shattered his human life haunts him, and the hatred spawned by his transformation burns bright. His fury will be quenched only when he destroys Amy--humanity's only hope, the Girl from Nowhere who grew up to rise against him. One last time light and dark will clash, and at last Amy and her friends will know their fate. Praise for Justin Cronin "One of those rare authors who work on two different levels, blending elegantly crafted literary fiction with cliff-hanging thrills."--Fort Worth Star-Telegram The Passage "Magnificent . . . Cronin has taken his literary gifts, and he has weaponized them. . . . The Passage can stand proudly next to Stephen King's apocalyptic masterpiece The Stand, but a closer match would be Cormac McCarthy's The Road."--Time "Read this book and the ordinary world disappears."--Stephen King "[A] big, engrossing read that will have you leaving the lights on late into the night."--The Dallas Morning News The Twelve "[A] literary superthriller, driven at once by character and plot."--The New York Times Book Review "Gripping . . . Cronin [introduces] eerie new elements to his masterful mythology."--The San Diego Union-Tribune "An undeniable and compelling epic . . . a complex narrative of flight and forgiveness, of great suffering and staggering loss, of terrible betrayals and incredible hope."--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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StaceGhost
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Final vampire 🧛🏻‍♀️ post-apocalypse novel in the trilogy♥️worth the heartache for sure. I feel like I will carry these characters around for awhile but I couldn‘t help but think of this final door stopper as more denouement than climax even though a lot more people died in this one 🤷‍♀️apple pie pictured, eaten largely for comfort

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Vanessa
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The end of a great trilogy. I‘m going to miss it.

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margreads
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It's not a New York that I want to visit but a version of the city did feature in this book

#letstravelaugust @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @OriginalCyn620

OriginalCyn620 👌🏻📚🗽 6mo
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Bibliophile.93
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The best way to relax and enjoy your day - a cup of coffee and a couple of good books. 👓📖📚☕️

Cronin was fantastic. I love the story line. It's not the genre I usually read but was a good refresh. 👀
And I hope that I will also enjoy the other one - Sins of the house of Borgia by Sarah Bower. Must say that cover is absolutely amazing. 😍

#bookadicction #readingisbreathing #bookland #feelingamazing

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CindyMyLifeIsLit
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Pretty satisfying end to the trilogy, but a little bloated in parts. Fanning‘s story needed to be told, but not sure if we needed his WHOLE life story. Also, not sure that not getting the girl you love (when you did have a chance and didn‘t go for it) is reason enough for wiping out the entire human race. I‘m just sayin‘! 😜 Glad Amy got to share her story so it would be remembered, but again—way too much info about those characters at the end.

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I do what to also know about those who made it to pacific island.

Did Pim reveal about the former life on the island? How, when, and why did their ancestors leave the island? Did Sara or Lore try to seek out Michael, Amy, Alicia, and Peter or did they just know they would never see them again?

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I wish that there would have been more to what happened to some characters.

Like Michael, when he left New York, did he make it to the English coast or not? I like to think that he sadly did not. He either got caught in a storm or maybe stayed at sea and died there. If he did make it, maybe there was nothing there to make a life of and left or if he stayed it wasn‘t an easy task to survive (food, weather, or other human resistance).

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charreads
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It‘s never fun saying goodbye to characters one has grown an attachment to but what an adventure it has been from the first book “The Passage” to this the last book of the trilogy.

I do wish there would have been a bit more to what happened to some characters but it is always to think what their lives turned out to be like.

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wtimblin
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Just finished this trilogy and am glad to report it has a very satisfying ending. I haven't heard anything about this author writing anything else so far, but would be all over that if anyone knows of anything else he has done? Planning to do?

BibliOphelia I follow him on Twitter. Think he‘s planning another fairly big book (not Passage trilogy big tho 😂), and he has said we may one day find out what happened to Michael. 10mo
wtimblin @BibliOphelia Sweet!!!! 10mo
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BibliOphelia
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As I was watching The Passage (which is better than I expected) I remembered that I hadn‘t finished reading this trilogy. Well, WOW. How had I let that happen, given Cronin‘s incredible storytelling and excellent writing? I don‘t think there was a page I didn‘t savor, and Fanning‘s backstory was a book in itself. Now I want to go back and start the series from the beginning again, which I very seldom do. I miss this book already. #allthebooklove

sprainedbrain I loved that book! Such a perfect ending to a wonderful trilogy. 10mo
BibliOphelia @sprainedbrain Wasn‘t it?! I‘m too often disappointed, so was really thrilled with this. 😍 10mo
sprainedbrain I think it‘s been two years since I finished and I still think about it. ❤️❤️❤️ 10mo
BibliOphelia I can easily imagine doing the same! ❤️ 10mo
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Kimberlone
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While this was my least favorite of the series, the satisfying conclusion made it worth it. The middle third really dragged for me, with the characters separated for most of the book. I applaud Cronin allowing his characters to age, but I wasn‘t as interested in their lives as middle aged adults. But the ending really blew me away with its zoom out and then circle back to the central story.

A fantastic series overall.

MrBook Nice review!! 11mo
Kimberlone @MrBook thanks! The only thing I didn‘t get in was all of the ugly crying I did at the end of this book 😭 11mo
TrishB I loved the ending. Thought it was perfect. 11mo
Ashley_Nicoletto I also loved the ending. @trishb This is one of my favorite series. 11mo
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Kimberlone
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It‘s taking me forever to finish this book, but I am buckling down to do it tonight!

Ashley_Nicoletto This is one of my favorite series. I really enjoyed this final book, but it is a long one. 11mo
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Kimberlone
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Diving back into this book after a bit of a break. My BF is playing Red Dead Redemption 2 in the background.

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So so good

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Kimberlone
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Been in a bit of a reading slump this past week, but finally picking up with this one again!

Moony Me too. But I fon't want to began the next one because I already reads five books at once... 11mo
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mjester
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Enjoying the 3rd in the Passage series. Also watching The Passage series on Fox. Always nice to put faces to the characters in the book.
Amy Bellafonte is a rock star.

BookNerd9906 Really enjoying The Twelve. Thanks for turning me in to this series. ❤️🧛‍♂️❤️ 11mo
mjester My pleasure. It makes me happy when we like the same books 11mo
ValkyrieAndHerBooks Welcome to Litsy! 🎉📚💕 11mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage I read the first book ages ago. Now that the series is out, I‘m going to pull the second and third off my shelves and give them a go! 11mo
mjester Me too. I read The Passage in 2010 or something. I couldn't remember the characters that well but the T.V series is pulling everything together. 11mo
BookwormAHN Welcome to Litsy 😺 11mo
mjester @BookwormAHN What a pawfect greeting 😹 11mo
mjester @BookNerd9906 When you look at the City of Mirrors cover does it look like there's always a reverse "R" somewhere in the title? Then upon further inspection you can't find it and everything looks normal. Maybe I've just been playing too much Tetris lately... 11mo
BookNerd9906 Only when I hold it up to the mirror. 😘 11mo
DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚🎉Hope you are enjoying it here! 11mo
mjester @DebinHawaii Thank you! I am 😀 11mo
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Jovy
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What a beautiful ending to an epic trilogy! Cronin is a masterful storyteller and Scott Brick is a masterful narrator. I am both glad and sad that it's over. I will miss these characters so so much! A quote from the book sums up all my feels - "There is a joy so powerful it is like sadness...just as the opposite is also true."

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

TrishB I thought the ending was great too 👍🏻 1y
sprainedbrain I agree with everything you have written here! I cried like a baby for the last several minutes of this audiobook. ❤️❤️❤️ 1y
Jovy @sprainedbrain Me too! 😭 1y
CareBear I also agree with all that you said here! One of my favorite trilogies! 13mo
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Ncostell
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After finishing The Twelve, I had to dive right in to The City of Mirrors. While I was disappointed in the fates of some of my favorite characters I still really enjoyed this last installment in The Passage Trilogy. This series was a total surprise to me as it is completely out of my wheelhouse, yet I was totally absorbed in this post apocalyptic world and in the lives of its characters. I have a book hangover from this one for sure.

margreads I finished listening to this trilogy earlier this year! What a read!! 1y
Ncostell @margreads I was reading other posts on the series and it sounds like the audio books were amazing too. 1y
margreads @Ncostell He did an amazing job! 1y
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KtheBookwyrm
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Finished this a few days ago but I needed some time to think on it. The ending...everyone‘s story wrapped up, some pleasantly, some not so much, but the whole thing had this sort of...mystical, spiritual feel. I dunno. I‘m not sure how I felt about the ending.

TrishB I loved the ending, felt right. 1y
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KtheBookwyrm
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Finally! I am going to finish this trilogy! See you in a week!

sprainedbrain Gosh I love this series. 😍 1y
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trioxin_sematary
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It's the weekend, so getting some reading in! 🐵

The working week don't allow me to read, after a shift if I try to read a paragraph; I slip into a coma. 😴😭

That's why this book is taking me ages to finish, I'm pg.194 of 806; it's just starting to get really good.

I read the second book of the trilogy years ago, due to the long wait between publication I'm having trouble remembering who's who; which has slowed me down. 🙄

I'll get there. 😌

MStew Im glad your getting reading time in babe... love you 😘 thay book sounds likes it getting good from what you told me on my break👿 1y
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margreads
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Just finished listening to the final book in The Passage trilogy. Thoroughly enjoyed it and sad to say goodbye to Amy and her friends

Really enjoyed Scott Brick's narration #audiobook

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margreads
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When just one chapter is nearly 2 hours long #amlistening #audiobook

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margreads
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I started to listen to this #audiobook yesterday. It's a long one so it's going to keep me going for a few weeks I think

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Karkar
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I like this one. I really enjoyed this series, it was a different take on the vampire 🧛‍♂️ tale. Interested to know if he does anything else with these characters.

MicrobeMom I have read the first. I need to get to the next two! 1y
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rachelk Welcome to Litsy! I hope you will like it here. :) 2y
trioxin_sematary @rachelk that's very kind of you, thank you! :3 2y
Soubhiville Hey! Welcome to Litsy! I haven‘t seen this cover, but I loved this trilogy! 2y
Oryx Love this series. 2y
RadicalReader @trioxin_sematary absolutely stunning book cover!! Hope you‘re enjoying your experience here on Litsy. Loads of books and personable people await 2y
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julia-gulia
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Men, where do I start? As previously said, loved passage, liked twelve. Didn't need a third book but still waited patiently all those years.bought a copy first day it came out.took it on cruise and was ready for some entertainment.I've never been more bored in my life. There was no need for this book. Actually, I was insulted and mad and disappointed that this promising series tarnished it's legacy with lazy writing and an extremely boring story.

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Soubhiville
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This series was great! I have to say I thought the first book, The Passage, was the best of the three, but I enjoyed all three. I felt like this one got a little bogged down in the backstory of the zero.

I loved the story of the ship, and Michael‘s storyline especially spoke to me.

This is the best vampire series I‘ve read in a long time.

Soubhiville @Gharv what did you think? 2y
Gharv @Soubhiville I completely agree! I liked The Passage best, but I did like the backstory in this one quite a lot. I thought the final battle was a little long, but it was only because I was so excited to see how it was going to end! My heart was aching for Amy at the very last, and I definitely had book hangover for a while when it was finished! 2y
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Soubhiville
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Hoping to wrap this one up today! Happy #Caterday from Froedrick And Igor (and me 😊📚☕️)

SkeletonKey I Love them so much 😭😭😭💜 (edited) 2y
Soubhiville @SkeletonKey aren‘t they cool? Do you have a cat? 2y
SkeletonKey @Soubhiville - Not now, I‘m really allergic. There are some long haired cats that aren‘t as bad so that‘s the goal some day. But man do I love hairless cats and want to find out if I react badly to them! 2y
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Craftylikefox Silly question but is Igor pronounced eye-gore? 😁I love seeing your cats 💕 2y
wanderinglynn Happy 🐱urday! Enjoy your kitty cuddles. Mine‘s being extra lovely this morning (although that‘s most likely because I haven‘t fed him yet 😂) 2y
Soubhiville @Craftylikefox why yes it is! Young Frankenstein fan I see? 2y
Soubhiville @SkeletonKey that‘s why we have hairless! My husband is allergic. Someday you should find a breeder to visit. That‘s how we checked to see if he‘d be ok. With 2 moms and something like 15 babies, he didn‘t sneeze or cough or swell around his eyes! I‘m so thankful, because I can‘t imagine life without cats 🐈 😊 2y
SkeletonKey @Soubhiville - That‘s amazing! I was worried since saliva is usually the issue but I‘ll look into it now when the time comes 🙂 2y
Craftylikefox Yes!!! Young Frankenstein is one of my favorites ☺️ 2y
cathysaid ❤️ those socks! 2y
Gharv I just finished City of Mirrors about 30 minutes ago! 2y
Soubhiville @Gharv I‘m getting so close! 2y
Soubhiville @cathysaid I just got them from a friend who knows me pretty well 😜📚 2y
Gharv @Soubhiville please let me know what you think! And I should have mentioned earlier that I love your photo! Cuddling with our pets and reading on a Saturday morning is about as good as it gets! 2y
ReadingRover Yay! Kitties! 2y
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Soubhiville
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The crowd‘s all here! Time to get back to Justin Cronin. I wonder how this trilogy will wrap up?

Igor, Sietje, and Froedrick are enjoying the morning breeze and bird noises.

AmyG I like your bookmark. 😝 And they are a very cute crowd. 2y
BiblioLitten I love their names! 🤗 2y
JanuarieTimewalker13 Adorable!! 2y
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Ashley_Nicoletto This trilogy is my favorite one. So good. 2y
JoScho ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
Bookzombie Such a cute group! ❤️ I really need to get back to this trilogy. 2y
CBee OMG, I absolutely adore Sphynx kitties 😍😍😍😍 so soft and warm. 2y
tammysue Cute kitties, my friend has two Sphinx and they‘re adorable but very spoiled 2y
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Literaturenut
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I forgot to post my other books, so I‘m going to catch up.

This final book of Justin Cronin‘s trilogy does not disappoint. I can‘t wait to see this brought to life on the small screen. I hope Fox does it justice. #getreading2018 #500pluspages #1of36 #audiobook

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tobypfrench
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I don't want to be in a zombie apocalypse.

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zezeki
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It's really between pick and so-so, but I'm gonna go with pick. I was very excited to finally read it as it is the last part in the trilogy and I've enjoyed it for the most part, but the grand finale wasn't as grand as one would expect it to be after three 600+ pages long books. #bigbooks #trilogy #confused 📚📓📚

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stacybmartin
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Anyone else feel like they have to restart a series after waiting years between the books? Well, I finally finished The Passage series after starting over a couple months ago. The audio versions are really well done.

MayJasper Yes. I've done that with Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' which I read in separate volumes 2y
sprainedbrain Love these books, and I freaking LOVE Scott Brick‘s narration. ❤️ 2y
SaturnDoo Yes, if i start a series and wait a year or more to read the next one, I have to read them again lol 2y
trioxin_sematary I finished The Twelve when I came out. Waited YEARS for City of Mirrors (currently reading) I'm having trouble getting into it, I can't remember who's who 😭 1y
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zezeki
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I had a great trip to library today (every trip to library is great 😁) and got these books, all from my #tbr . I'm probably most excited for The City of Mirrors and I'm already 100 pages in! 😁📚📚📓 #trilogy #bigbooks #library

Thorex 😍 this just reminded me that I have to go back and finish The Twelve. 2y
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JillR
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Flyers, this was good! I devoured it like a viral in a crowded diner (sorry 😱). I loved the first two books & this was a fitting end to the trilogy. The story of Fanning was a book in itself. I‘ve been completely hooked on the story & the characters throughout - this series will stay with me for a long time. If the rest of my 2018 reading is going to be as good as this I can‘t wait, although I predict a serious book hangover first! #alleyes

minkyb This really is an amazing trilogy. 2y
Victoria_Clyne I love this trilogy too. Though i haven't found the time to read City of Mirrors yet. 2y
JillR As you can see @Victoria_Clyne i thought this one was worth it to finish the trilogy off, despite its length! I enjoyed it more than The Twelve. @minkyb it is isn‘t it? 😍 2y
ChloeTallis I am taking these on holiday in a few months!! You have sold it. 2y
JillR @chloetallis you‘re so going to love them! (I hope...) 2y
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JillR
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I‘ve re-read The Twelve (as good as I remembered) so now I‘m ready for this #chunkster. So far I‘ve loved this series so much. This is 808 pages though, so I may be some time...

Oryx Great series! 2y
Ashley_Nicoletto My favorite. ❤️ 2y
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JillR
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Happy New Year Littens! I only joined Litsy this summer & am so glad I did. It is such a lovely reading community & you have all given me my reading thing back after a bit of a slump. I‘m starting my reading year re-reading The Twelve then plan on launching into the tagged #chunkster. After that I have the amazing stack above to get into. Hoping for a year of quiet, calm and lots and lots of books 💫

julesG Happy New Year! 2y
RachelO Happy New Year! 2y
AnneCecilie Happy new year 2y
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Morr_Books Loving your TBR stacks! 2y
Lacythebookworm Happy Reading in 2018! 2y
Dragon Happy New Year 🎉 2y
rohit-sawant Happy New Year! 🎉 2y
Bookzombie Happy New Year!! 🎆 ⭐️🎉 2y
ChloeTallis What a stack! Only came on here to stalk you because I miss you so 💕 2y
JillR Me too @chloetallis- don‘t worry though, some of these are coming your way 😘 2y
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sprainedbrain
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#AllTheBooksOf2017 #BestConclusionToASeries

I seem to have only concluded 3 series this year, but this one was easily the best. I‘m tearing up a little just thinking about it! 😢

ScorpioBookDreams I‘ve had the last book on my shelf for ages but I know I‘ll need to reread the first two to remember everything! 2y
JillR Glad to hear you enjoyed this @sprainedbrain, I‘m just diving in! 2y
sprainedbrain @JillR I still think about that series often, and it‘s been almost a year since I finished this one! 😍 2y
JillR I was just the same the first time I read The Passage @sprainedbrain ! Can‘t wait for this one :) 2y
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Verty
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Another great book.

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ReadingSusan Yes it takes forever to get going but when it does oh wow. 2y
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nofutureparttwo
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So I found myself struggling to finish this book, despite adoring the first two of the trilogy. There are moments of the same dazzling affective range and resonance; and Cronin's virtuosic gift for choreographing epic-scale action sequences is most evident on these pages. And yet, it didn't engross my like its predecessors; it was somehow both too much and not enough. Nonetheless, I thought it was a satisfying end to an exceptional story.
#AllEyes

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Thank you for the tag @Kristy_K ! Here are my #fivestarpredictions from my tbr (none of which I have yet but I'm working on it!) My list includes •Pachinko •City of Mirrors •Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay •The Power and •The Hate U Give. I tag @ChloeTallis @elliemcc11 @Joanne1 if you've not already done it!

Kalalalatja I loved Pachinko 💜💜 2y
JillR @Kalalalatja - at least three of the books on my list are based entirely on Litsy reviews, Pachinko being one of them ❤️ 2y
Joanne1 Thanks for the tag @JillR. It's taken me a week to get to this but I think I'm ready. Stay tuned. 2y
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"I thought of visiting my old apartment but discarded the idea; it was not, had never been, home. What is home to a monster? To anyone? There exists for each of us a geographical fulcrum, a place so saturated with memory that within its precinct the past is always present."

#AllEyes

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It pains me immensely to say this, but this book was such a major letdown. 😕 I loved The Passage so hard, and ended up really enjoying The Twelve. But this book, just ugh. Much of it I truly loathed, and that rarely happens. If it weren't for the fact that I had well over a thousand pages invested in the trilogy, I never would have finished it ever hoping it would eventually redeem itself. It didn't.

xicanti I hate it when that happens. :( 3y
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I was looking forward to this, really liked the first two. But it felt like slow going and the characters I was interested in no longer seemed interesting. It seemed like everybody ran out of steam - me, the characters, and the author.

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A bit uneven, The City of Mirrors does provide a generally satisfying conclusion to The Passage Trilogy. Cronin is adept at sculpting and pacing horror/action sequences and when things move to the climax, that skill is in full view. I'm not a fan of some of the choices for the character arcs, but the hopeful worldview - even if taken to extremes - is one I want to believe in. Worth your time, especially if you've read the first two books.

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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Some of my #bestreadsof2017 so far. #jubilantjuly

Bookzombie I really enjoyed Burn Baby Burn. I believe I cried. 3y
Ashley_Nicoletto @Bookzombie I loved it as well. I read the entire book in less than 12 hours. 3y
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