Low Midnight (Kitty Norville)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2014-12-30
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
I cannot wait for the final installment.
Yes finally Cormac got his book, and it was good to see so much of him. The bits and pieces I normally got of him in earlier books never sated the appetite. This book was 85% Cormac and the rest bits of Kitty, Ben, Amelia, and some others I didn't bother to remember their names. It was a slow start,...
I find the idea of Cormac and Amelia so interesting that there was basically zero chance of me not enjoying this book. Both are fascinating characters, and together they are an irresistible force. At a signing a few years ago, Vaughn had mentioned that she was planning to write a Cormac book. I'd ...
If you aren't familiar with the Kitty series don't start with this book - go forth and dig into Kitty and the Midnight Hour. I am going to review Low Midnight with the assumption that anyone reading this review is a fan, and knows the characters involved. Good? Alright, carrying on...When I heard th...
Ahh, the fans (some of them, anyway) get what they've been wanting -- a novel featuring everyone's favorite retired monster hunter (and the deceased Victorian witch who's living inside his brain). The thing Vaughn did that makes this stand out is that unlike most authors, rather than give Cormac so...