Books by Justin Cronin

THE TWELVE by Justin Cronin
Released: Oct. 16, 2012

"A viral spaghetti Western; it's not Sergio Leone—or, for that matter, Michael Crichton—but it's a satisfying confection."
Cronin continues the post-apocalyptic—or, better, post-viral—saga launched with 2010's The Passage. Read full book review >
THE PASSAGE by Justin Cronin
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 8, 2010

"The young girl as heroine and role model is a nice touch. Otherwise a pretty ordinary production, with little that hasn't been seen before."
Literary author Cronin (Mary and O'Neil, 2001, etc.) turns in an apocalyptic thriller in the spirit of Stephen King or Michael Crichton. Read full book review >
THE SUMMER GUEST by Justin Cronin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 6, 2004

"Pleasant people in a pleasant setting, but without the credibility and edge to engage."
Cronin's graceful second (after Mary and O'Neil, 2001) is well executed but uncompelling as it tells of the hold a lakeside Maine camp has on three generations of a family. Read full book review >
MARY AND O’NEIL by Justin Cronin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 6, 2001

"A quiet debut, its very understatement giving rise to its poignancy and strength."
With subtlety and grace, a first novel—actually a series of eight linked, chronologically arranged stories—illuminates momentous if commonplace events in the lives of a modern New England family. Read full book review >