The characters were well rounded, fully developed, even the secondary ones.
Lune is a disgraced lady of the faerie court, trying to win her way back into the good graces of the cruel Queen Invidiana.
What I didn't like: The beginning of the book was a little slow, but once things picked up, I couldn't put the book down.
Elizabethan England with a secret fairy court beneath the heart of the monarchy? Count me in! In Midnight Never Come, Brennan creates a wildly imaginative world about a fairy... Read morePublished 7 months ago by SherdNerd
Interesting premise! Really glad that I read it and can't wait to get into the sequel. Strong historical detail and characters.Published 14 months ago by kari
I have to admit it took me at least 200 pages before I was actually hooked on the book. I had put it down for a few weeks, because it was tedious and slogging along. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Susan Wade
Set in the time of Elizabeth I, the story unfolds around a second, underground Court of the Fairy Queen, Invidiana. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michelle Boytim
... And I'm finding it hard to put my finger on what. I was interested enough to keep reading Midnight Never Come, I wanted to know what would happen, I hoped things would turn... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Hatbox Dragon
The thing about writing historical fiction of any kind is that you have to merge your story in flawlessly with the established narrative. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Ian Dejoie
The premise of this book was intriguing and promised to introduce me to a concept of faerie that I had not read about before. Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by K. P. Vorenberg, author of TIERRA RED
Queen Elizabeth I made a pact with the faerie queen, allowing her to gain the throne and lead a flourishing England. Read morePublished on December 23, 2011 by Candice
This book has subpar, amateur writing style. I can barely get through this book. Don't waste your money unless you borrow it.Published on April 18, 2011 by Sherry