The Secret Hour (Midnighters #1)
A few nights after Jessica Day arrives in Bixby, Oklahoma, she wakes up at midnight to find the entire world frozen, except for her and a few others who call themselves 'midnighters'. Dark things haunt this midnight hour – dark things with a mysterious interest in Jessica. The question is ?hy; ... show more
A few nights after Jessica Day arrives in Bixby, Oklahoma, she wakes up at midnight to find the entire world frozen, except for her and a few others who call themselves 'midnighters'. Dark things haunt this midnight hour – dark things with a mysterious interest in Jessica. The question is ?hy; The Secret Hour is a compelling tale of dark secrets, midnight romance, eerie creatures, courage, destiny, and unexpected peril.
Publish date: March 1st 2005
Pages no: 383
Edition language: English
Series: Midnighters (#1)
Unusual names, weird eyes, super powers, teenagers, boring. Too many chapters with differing POV. They're pretty much just Vampires with another name, working on the whole stereotypical idea that all (modern) Vampires wear black, listen to metal, like the dark, etc. The writing want terrible, which ...
Ero fermamente indecisa sulla valutazione finale, purtroppo goodreads non presenta le mezze stelle, perché avrei certamente valutato questo libro con un 3.5. Un'opera a mio parere molto innovativa e allo stesso tempo nulla di eccezionale. Ho intenzione di concludere la saga perché ormai ha suscitato...
First off, I like my paranormal books to also have a little romance in them and this, apart from a kiss or two, had no romance.Second. I had no idea what this sERIES would be about when I bought the trilogy as the synopsis was a little vague.So, I have to admit that I did like it...just not really e...
I think Midnighters is Westerfeld’s second published series, and I’m not sure what order they were written in compared to his other earlier series per se, but I’m loving what I’m reading. As a huge fan of Uglies, my very first exposure to Westerfeld, and of anything Scott Westerfeld lays claim to, I...
This was a fun little read about a group of teenagers who wake up during a mysterious 25th hour of the day that other people don't experience. Westerfeld creates both beautiful and creepy scenes in this strange, blue-lit, mostly frozen time. I couldn't help but be amused by some of the creatures t...