• Sara waited a respectful time, knowing there was nothing she could do to ease the woman's pain. Grief was a place, Sara understood, where a person went alone. It was like a room without doors, and what happened in that room, all the anger and the pain you felt, was meant to stay there, nobody's business but yours.

    Justin Cronin (2010). “The Passage: A Novel (Book One of The Passage Trilogy)”, p.326, Ballantine Books