The Light Between Us by Katie ..

Posted September 21, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 2 Comments
The Light Between Us by Katie Khan

Synopsis Isaac and Thea were once close, but they’ve grown apart. Thea works tirelessly, convinced she can prove everyone around her wrong – convinced she can prove that time travel is possible. But when one of her attempts goes wrong, she finds herself picking up the phone and calling her old friend. Isaac is in […]

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Violet Souls by Abbey MacMunn

Posted September 5, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Violet Souls by Abbey MacMunn

Synopsis While searching for clues to her past, shy single mum, Bree Mills discovers a subculture of aliens with supernatural abilities living on Earth.   And she’s one of them.   Finding herself hurled into a world of possibilities, it’s made more alluring by Quinn Taylor, the violet-eyed Evoxian from her childhood dreams.  324-year-old Quinn knows his […]

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City of Lies by Sam Hawke

Posted September 3, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
City of Lies by Sam Hawke

Synopsis I was seven years old the first time my uncle poisoned me… Outwardly, Jovan is the lifelong friend of the Chancellor’s charming, irresponsible Heir. Quiet. Forgettable. In secret, he’s a master of poisons and chemicals, trained to protect the Chancellor’s family from treachery. When the Chancellor succumbs to an unknown poison and an army […]

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Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardu..

Posted August 5, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo

Published: 5th June 2012 Synopsis: Surrounded by enemies, the once-great nation of Ravka has been torn in two by the Shadow Fold, a swath of near impenetrable darkness crawling with monsters who feast on human flesh. Now its fate may rest on the shoulders of one lonely refugee. Alina Starkov has never been good at […]

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Dortmund Hibernate by CJ Sutto..

Posted July 20, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Dortmund Hibernate by CJ Sutton

Published: 18th July 2018 Synopsis: Psychologist Dr Magnus Paul is tasked with the patients of Dortmund Asylum – nine criminally insane souls hidden from the world due to the extremity of their acts. Magnus has six weeks to prove them sane for transfer to a maximum-security prison, or label them as incurable and recommend a death […]

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