The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel Characters

Justin Cronin
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Amy Bellafonte

Referred to sometimes as Amy NLN, which stands for No Last Name, she is a form of a viral though without the thirst for blood exhibited by the others infected with the virus. Amy has an important connection to the original twelve virals and she uses this connection to destroy some of them in this story. Amy is originally infected because it's believed the virus would not have the detrimental side effects if introduced to a child who is not fully developed. The virus keeps her from aging for almost a hundred years but she matures dramatically at one point in this book. Amy is referred to as chosen to be the savior of the human race, similar to the ark of the Bible story of Noah. Amy is living with the nuns at the orphanage in Texas as the story opens. There she has settled into...

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