The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chapters 6-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6-12 Summary

In The Familiar, chapter three begins with a case file from the Denver Police Department in which Dr. Lila Kyle is being interviewed. The interview takes place in "year zero," shortly after the escape of the Twelve. The police officer doing the interview manages to ascertain that Dr. Kyle was in the hospital the previous night and was called to the emergency room to see a patient who had experienced some sort of bite. Lila is disoriented and can't seem to answer questions. The officer says nine people were killed in the emergency room the previous evening and that police are trying to piece together what happened. She says she has to think about her own unborn child and that she can't think about what happened any more.

In chapter four, Bernard Kittridge is staying in an apartment on the nineteenth...

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