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Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Touching Darkness by Scott Westerfeld


Review:- The Midnighters are finally gathered, organized and Jessica's power is known to her. She brings working technology into the Midnight hour and use that as weapons against the Darklings. In this book they realize that they're enemies do not only belong in the Midnight hour only, they are also from the daytime.

Jessica finds herself being stalked, a man is pointing a camera at her window at exactly midnight, someone knows about the Midnighters. They search and soon discover the mysteries behind the disappearance of the initial Midnighters 50 years ago. A family in the neighboring town, Broken Arrow, has been communicating with the Darklings through the use of a half ling, a Darkling who has placed a Midnighter inside of them, hence having their combined powers. 

The current half-ling is weak and dying, but the communication with these day lighters are important, one hour a day is simply not enough, they need these humans to do their bidding during the day. They need the Midnighter inside the half-ling replaced but who will they choose to take?

This is another good book from Scott Westerfeld and so much more fast paced than the first book. It has heaps of mysteries that have got you constantly thinking, it's definitely a page turner and this trilogy is just getting better by the book. 

2 comments:

J. Kaye said...

I haven't read a book by this author yet, but plan to!

Angelica Joy said...

J Kaye you need to start with the Uglies series, I'm finding it the best so far.

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