The six years old Amy is kidnapped by two FBI - agents and taken to a secret medical testing ground. FBA was trying to find Amy for a long time. She is the optimal subject for a mysterious experiment that goal is nothing less than to make people immortal. But then something goes wrong - completely wrong. The world starts its race towards a destruction. And only Amy Harper Bellafonte can save mankind. But who is she?
Amy Harper Bellafonte has nothing in the world. Her mother has committed a murder and the father has disappeared for a long time.
The writing style is just brilliant. The story is overwhelming! Justin Cronin has a really good imagination! The book is exciting, scary, captivating, interesting ... and yet somehow believable told despite fantasy elements. The characters are well written, each has its unique individuality, a something that makes them unique and sympathetic.
Despair creeps through the pages like viscous honey. But sometimes there some hope between chapters of The Passage (Book One of The Passage Trilogy) .
Excitement is guaranteed in this book.
The writing style of the Justin Cronin is clear and fast. He does not use long, nested sets of images. Nevertheless, he manages to describe all the scenes very carefully and pictorially, even the emotions.