Midnighters #3: Blue Noon
Publish date: June 9th 2009
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Midnighters (#3)
Scott Westerfeld is an author who always has incredibly cool premises. Sometimes, his books don't really deliver on them (e.g. [b:Specials|24765|Specials (Uglies, #3)|Scott Westerfeld|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1390340887s/24765.jpg|3278286]. I mean it's not a bad book, but it was a...
The end of Blue Noon was not the ending I was expecting for the Midnighters series. I never know what to expect with Westerfeld, so I never have expectations, but this was not the way I thought things would go! Which is a good thing, although I will admit I was a little sad with how the long midnigh...
An interesting third book that completes a story arc and leaves room for sequels. The blue time is stretching into daytime and the Darklings seem to have a plan, can the midnighters counter it or will the Darklings win. Rex has to deal with the lingering aftereffects of the Darklings merge with him...
My mood:The characters:Um, what? Okay, so mostly I just wanted to smack them. For the most part, they're stupid(Dess is smart but makes stupid decisions) annoying, frustrating, treat each other like crap, whiney. ARRRGGH. I got no enjoyment from reading about them.Johnathan freaked me out. Seriously...
Gripping, fast-paced and definitely a worthy finish to one of the best series ever written.
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