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Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2020
This novella, while occurring the Preternatural Chronicles world, is not told by John, and shows that Hunter Blain is skilled at delivering an adventure in a completely different writing style! A new character is introduced - this novella tells his story after confronting one of the characters from the previous novels. While not necessary to continue the series, I’m predicting that the events in Midnight Equilibrium provide a bit of foreshadowing in what may be coming later in the series. Hunter has stated the Preternatural Chronicles will have 13 full-length books, so after reading this novella, I’m thinking we may see this character return. While I definitely missed the slapstick, snarky dialogue of a John Cook story, this one is worth the read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A divergence from the other books in the series, but worth the read!
By M Spencer on September 20, 2020
This novella, while occurring the Preternatural Chronicles world, is not told by John, and shows that Hunter Blain is skilled at delivering an adventure in a completely different writing style! A new character is introduced - this novella tells his story after confronting one of the characters from the previous novels. While not necessary to continue the series, I’m predicting that the events in Midnight Equilibrium provide a bit of foreshadowing in what may be coming later in the series. Hunter has stated the Preternatural Chronicles will have 13 full-length books, so after reading this novella, I’m thinking we may see this character return. While I definitely missed the slapstick, snarky dialogue of a John Cook story, this one is worth the read!
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