Thursday, August 6, 2015

Book Review: The Girl at Midnight (The Girl at Midnight, Book 1), by Melissa Grey

The Girl at Midnight (The Girl at Midnight, book 1)
By: Melissa Grey
ISBN-10: 038574465X
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Echo lives in a secret annex under New York City amongst a group of fantastical creatures called the Avicen. The Avicen are at war with the Drakharin, and both races of magical, birdlike people are after one thing: the firebird.

This young adult novel contains:

• Profanity (godd*mn, b*tch, cr*p, screwed, p*ss, d*mn, and h*ll)
• Some kissing (including kissing with tongue and hand under shirt)
• Homosexuality (a man is attracted to two other men; two men kiss)
• Violence (deaths, killing, and fighting)
• Kidnapping
• Stealing

The Girl at Midnight is the first installment in a fantasy series. It is similar in tone to other YA fantasy books, and contains a cast of feisty main characters and a fast-paced plot.

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