There are summer books, and then there are summer bricks — those tantalizing, toaster-oven-size tomes that strain beach totes with their sheer physical (if not always intellectual) heft. At 766 pages, Justin Cronin’s ambitious doorstop The Passage is heavyweight in more ways than one: The little-known Rice University English professor’s apocalyptic novel has already earned him a seven-figure advance, sparked a film-rights bidding war, and moved Stephen King to rave like a proud uncle on the book’s back jacket. Read more HERE. The highly anticipated is scheduled to be release on June 8th.
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