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Mr. Overstreet has such a vivid way of writing!
Finally, at the climax of the novel, you understand why each separate story was being told and how each viewpoint character played a part in the ultimate outcome.
From page one Overstreet grabs your attention and once again sucks you back into The Expanse.
Great book, Beauty and the Beast type story, well worth the read. Must read Auralia's Colors first though!Published 3 months ago by Emily
This series is full of many wonderful characters, and appears to be getting more as the story progresses. Really snares you!Published 16 months ago by CEY
Jeffery Overstreet captured my attention with the first book of the Auralia strand, and he has rekindled my interest with a lovely sequel.Published 16 months ago by sam
If you read and enjoyed Auralia's Colors (seriously, read that one first or this one makes no sense at all) then you might like this one. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Doctor Gangreene
Mr. Overstreet has such a vivid way of writing! Every chapter is a page-turner! Well worth purchase. In fact, while your at it buy the whole series. its a wonderful read!Published on June 11, 2012 by R. Floyd
Cyndere's Midnight is the second in Overstreet's Auralia Thread. The first is Auralia's Colors (The Auralia Thread Series #1). Read morePublished on June 15, 2011 by L. Franklin
Auralia is gone, but her colours live on to change the lives of the people who encounter them. Some, like the nameless ale boy, we know from the previous book, but others are new... Read morePublished on February 13, 2011 by Grace Brigette Francis
I was very surprised how quickly I got the book, which was in perfect shape and wrapped to ensure it was not damaged through the mail. I will definatly use this vendor again.Published on February 4, 2011 by Melissa Smith
If a reader wonders why the second in the Auralia's Colors series is titled "Cyndere's Midnight," Overstreet wastes no time answering him. Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Phil Wade