Updated: Jan 11, 2020
“As long as we remember a person, they're not really gone. Their thoughts, their feelings, their memories, they become a part of us.”
Horror, Science Fiction, Apocalyptic
This review is short on purpose. If you have not read book one of this trilogy, then I recommend you first read my review of The Passage.
Great book. Very good follow-up to the first one in this series. The beginning was a little tough to stick with; mostly because of the introduction of new characters. But as the story got going I was back to what I enjoyed about the first book; a well crafted story about human survival.