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Redos ue fazem parte da própria história de Bixby e uma conspiração ue atinge o mundo do tempo reg. This book was a little better than the first for me Now that it seems like most of the explanations are out of the way we were able to really dive into th

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Touching Darkness Midnighters #2

À medida ue os midnighters procuram descobrir a verdade sobre a hora secreta desvendam terríveis seg. This series continues to impress It s one of those books that you find it hard to put down once you pick it up I confess to putting in movies for my kids The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, you find it hard to put down once Hers to Protect you pick it up I confess to putting in movies for my kids

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Ular Os midnighters enfrentam perigos de morte e um deles poderá mesmo partir para não mais regressa. I love it when the second book is better than the first I m starting book 3 today


10 thoughts on “Touching Darkness Midnighters #2

  1. says:

    This was just okay to me I don't know maybe asking this to follow Middlemarch was just to set it up for failure It was just okay The writing is fine the plot moves along well there are several tense situations and last minute rescues and the antagonists are creepy I really like Scott Westerfeld so I definitely think it's just me If you like YA an interesting premise or Scott Westerfeld don't let me hold you back Go on read enjoy

  2. says:

    This series continues to impress It's one of those books that you find it hard to put down once you pick it up I confess to putting in movies for my kids so they'd leave me alone staying up way too late at night to read this one I think I read the entire thing in 2 days which is impressive for someone with 3 little kidsThis book g

  3. says:

    Changing this one to a four because I don't think it was as great as other books I've given five stars however it was a solid second installment to the Midnighters series and did leave me eagerly awaiting the next oneOne thing I reme

  4. says:

    35ENUsually the second books are my favourites of a trilogy but this wasn't the caseNonetheless this was a good continuation of the story left hanging in the first book It didn't blow my mind but that doesnt mean its bad It was okay Characters develop relationships change enemies get scarier acion intensifies Overall the

  5. says:

    This book was a little better than the first for me Now that it seems like most of the explanations are out of the way we were able to really dive into the meat of the story and learn new thingsWith the arrival of Jessica in Bixby the Midnighters now pretty much have a full set Especially once they figured out what Jess

  6. says:

    I don't know what it is about these books but I can't get into them Not in the can't finish at all sense its crazy easy to read like most of Westerfeld's works but in the sense of plot and characters Excluding maybe Dess I really don't like any of the midnighters They all kinda bore me She was the only interesting one with her obsession in f

  7. says:

    Westerfield brings the grey area in this second book in the Midnighters series Weeks have passed since the culminating events of Book 1 and our heroes are divided and not getting along particularly well I like that Westerfi

  8. says:

    I love it when the second book is better than the first I'm starting book 3 today

  9. says:

    Main annoyances Why does everyone treat Melissa like crap? They call her a bitch behind her back and act like she's so high

  10. says:

    I had a hard time getting into this one I realized that I remembered very little about the first it's been a couple of years other than the basic details that they were kids born at the stroke of midnight fighting ancient evil But it took me a bit to get back into the characters especially because I didn't remember them being this obnoxious I mean sure they're teenagers forming new relationships and with the heavy burden of their