Justin Cronin (1962) received popularity as an American book writer who completed various novels and received many awards. Some books include Mary and O’Neil, The Summer Guest, and his vampire trilogy. The series included The Twelve (2012), The Passage (2010) and City of Mirrors (2016). Cronin won the Hemingway Foundation, Whiting and The Stephen Crane Prize Awards. He completed his academic career at Harvard University and also joined the Iowa Writer’s Workshop. He became a teacher in creative writing and also accepted the Author in- residence position at La Salle University, Philadelphia. This role continued between 1992 to 2003. His book The Passage received significant support and also transformed into a television series.
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