The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chapters 24 through 28 Summary & Analysis

Justin Cronin
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Chapters 24 through 28 Summary

The Cave opens in 97 A.V. and begins with maps of New Mexico and the area around Carlsbad Caverns. In chapter twenty-four, Amy dreams of Wolgast. He tells her she has to go to "him," referring to Anthony Carter. As her vision of him fades, Amy cries out, pleading with him to stay. He promises to never leave her.

In chapter twenty-five, Peter Jaxon has been hunting the Twelve for five years. He knows they each go back to a place near their origins, either their birthplaces or the prisons where they were help prior to their involvement in Project Noah. He wants to find Anthony Carter but Houston is an "impenetrable swamp." He knows where the others will be but has yet to lead a successful mission for any of them. Peter is in the mess tent one day when...

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