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

Justin Cronin
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"And a decree shall go forth from the highest offices that twelve criminals shall be chosen share of the Zero's blood, becoming demons also; and their names shall be as one name, Babcock-Morrison-Chavez-Baffes-Turrell-Winston-Sosa-Echols-Lambright-Martinez-Reinhardt-Carter." Prologue 1:6

"Mrs. Kim taught the violin, kids coming over to her house for their lessons, and on summer days when the windows were open Danny could hear them playing, twinkle-twinkle and Mary-had-a-little-lamb and other things he didn't know the names of. Now there was no violin and Mrs. Kim was hanging over the porch railing." Chapter 6, Danny Chayes

"So it was that Deputy Director Horace Guilder (were there any actual directors anymore?) had found himself sitting before the Joint Chiefs (enough stars and bars around the table to start a Girl Scout troop) to offer his official assessment of the situation in Colorado. (Sorry, we made vampires; it seemed like a good idea at the...

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