Midnighters The secret Hour Book review

by: Scott Westerfeld
Pages: 297

My Stars: 1

This book was extremely hard to get thru, it written for the very young. I don't recommend anyone above the age of 15 to read it. I didnt find it fast paces at all.

Product Description

Nobody is safe in the secret hour.Strange things happen at midnight in the town of Bixby, Oklahoma.
Time freezes.
Nobody moves.
For one secret hour each night, the town belongs to the dark creatures that haunt the shadows. Only a small group of people know about the secret hour -- only they are free to move about the midnight time.
These people call themselves Midnighters. Each one has a different power that is strongest at midnight: Seer, Mindcaster, Acrobat, Polymath. For years the Midnighters and the dark creatures have shared the secret hour, uneasily avoiding one another. All that changes when the new girl with an unmistakable midnight aura appears at Bixby High School.
Jessica Day is not an outsider like the other Midnighters. She acts perfectly normal in every way. But it soon becomes clear that the dark creatures sense a hidden power in Jessica . . . and they're determined to stop her before she can use it.
A story of courage, shadowy perils, and unexpected destiny, the secret hour is the first volume of the mesmerizing Midnighters trilogy by acclaimed author Scott Westerfeld.


  1. Uh oh! Only one star. Since you say it is written for a younger reader, I may like it though since I am only ten.

  2. Melina I think it would be perfect for you. Give it a try.


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