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13 Ways to Midnight (The Midnight Saga) Kindle Edition
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I had seen the book was recommended to fans of Twilight and The Craft, and whilst there were elements to it that reminded me of Twilight, the story went in a complete different direction.
Equal parts teenage angst, humour and romance, it was an addictive read. I liked the incorporation of witches and magic and the unknown. I loved the unique character names (I always wanted to be called Luna when I was a kid haha) and the forming relationships between the story's characters. I really, really loved the the swoony-pull-on-my-heart-strings moments (*sigh* #Thornismybookboyfriend).
There is still so much to learn from here, and I am looking forward to the next part of Echo's journey.
Just think being a teenage girl traveling the world with your parents and twin sister. Your twin is just like your parents, enjoys digging in the dirt. But you have no use for it and feel like you really don't belong. (If my theory is right, she doesn't belong to them, but time will tell if I'm right) Tragedy hits and your parents send you to Point Royal to live with your Dad's Sister and finish your last two years in a school, instead of being home schooled.
New town, where everybody knows who you are, but you don't know them. New school, where you are not in the front door 5 minutes and two girls are making fun of you. You fall for the hottest guy in school, only to run into all kinds of trouble. You make a few new friends, that are by your side no matter what. And you find out things about your Aunt and your family that you never knew. Being a teen sucks! Or does it?
You will find that the story sucks you in wanting more and more and more. You feel all the emotions of the characters and can place yourself in the story. Mystery, Life and Death, Paranormal, Edge of your seat, page turning I need to see what's next, surprises. Then to be left hanging at the end. Boy I sure hope Rue Volley hurries up and finishes the next book, I need to see if I'm right. LOL
I loved everything! The way we start out, with echo being the twin daughter of some archeologist parents, the twin of Midnight. I loved the names! All the characters names were unique!
Echo loses someone close in the beginning and its so sad, she leaves her old life behind to try and move on while living with her Aunt Luna, who is amazing and fun!
Echo has never attended a public school and it has a dress code! Fun!
She quickly makes friends with Mattie and Daniel and meets a sexy sandalwood smelling guy! His name is Thorn and may very well be a thorn in her side!
Things are weird and mysterious around Thorn and his family, he's caring and then hateful in the same breath...obviously hiding something, and their may be some witches in the midst!
The ending was great! I loved the feel of the comedy thrown in with the crazy that was happening, I can't wait for book 2!