The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Prologue, Chapters one through four Summary & Analysis

Justin Cronin
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Prologue, Chapters one through four Summary

The prologue is an excerpt from an official document presented at the Third Global Conference of the North American Quarantine Period, presented in 1003 A.V. in South Wales. The verses of chapter one describe God's disappointment in the wicked ways of man and His decision to create a flood, only this time it was to be a flood of blood. The savior of the human race this time would be a young girl named Amy. Sister Lacey was directed by God to watch over Amy and she did.

In chapter two, Amy was taken to Colorado where she was infected with the virus, but she survived, due largely to a righteous man who had befriended her. His named was Wolgast and he took Amy to Oregon where he discovered she didn't age or need food...

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