The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chapters 67 through 71 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 67 through 71 Summary

The next section, The Kiss, begins with chapter sixty-seven. Some of the former prisoners of the Homeland decide they'll remain there, creating a life for themselves without the red-eyes in control. Sara and Hollis have a home of their own with Kate and Sara works in the infirmary, returning to her family each night. Sara discovers a young woman whose last name is Apgar.

In chapter sixty-eight, Amy is missing and presumed dead in the explosion. Then Greer feels her presence and she appears to Peter in a dream, fully formed into a viral.

The final section is the Epilogue, The Golden Hour. In chapter sixty-nine, Amy is again on the ship with Carter who says they'll still have to face Zero and that he's worse than all the other Twelve combined. In chapter seventy, Amy has the opportunity to say...

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