One Past Midnight
Publish date: July 22nd 2014
Publisher: Walker Childrens
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
A bit too long for my taste. Or not enough action. You decide.It felt like going we were going back and forth forever and nothing really happened. She fell in love and that's it. The way she suddenly just knew how to deal with everything was just unrealistic. Because having two lives and being aware...
I tried to finish it. I went back several times but I just couldn't. The MC was so annoying and I just could not get into it.
This is a great book. It damn near gets the coveted 5 star rating from me, but not quite. I won't rehash a summary of the book, you can find that elsewhere, but I will say I found the concept of living two lives simultaneously fascinating. It reminded me of Every Day by David Levithan, and Before I ...
I received a copy from Netgalley. Not for me. Didn't really like this one much at all. It was something I downloaded after I got auto approval from Hatchette Children's on Netgalley. It sounded interesting so figured I'd give it a shot, I'd either like it or I wouldn't. Unfortunately, I didn't...
Imagine having to live the same day twice, but in a different life? Two lives, one memory. Like a parallel universe, if you will. In One Past Midnight by Jessica Shirvington, main character, Sabine, does just that. She will live her life as Sabine with the black hair and, I’m gonna guess, Emo typ...
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