Low Midnight (Kitty Norville Book 13)
Publish date: 2014-12-30
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 321
Edition language: English
"Low Midnight" is the first book in the Kitty Norville series that ISN'T about Kitty. We see everything in this book through Cormac Bennet's eyes. It was this fresh vision that I enjoyed most- The plot is slight but fun; a fairy-tale quest in order to win access to information about Roman and a sh...
As a Cormac fan I was pleased to read a book from his (and Amelia's) POV. I did miss Kitty's POV, but this series needed a jolt. The last couple of books were disappointing reads and the weakest 2 books of the series (IMO). This installment was so much better it gives me hope for the last book, Kitt...
Let’s be straight up. The Kitty Norville books are not great literature. They are enjoyable brain candy, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. This addition to the series, which seems to be the penultimate book, is different in that it is told in a viewpoint other than ...
Cormac has finally completed his probation after his lengthly prison sentence. Time for a new beginning – and not just from prison; the werewolf hunter has no guns, supernatural friends and is now haunted by a Victorian witch. A lot has changed for him. And with this whole new reality he is now fr...
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