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The Midnight Court by Jane Kindred
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Aug 02, 12

Read from July 22 to 23, 2012

Jane Kindred once again takes fantasy to a whole new level. The Midnight Court is focuses more on the political factions warring in heaven than book one of The House of Arkhangel'sk, but the action is still non-stop. The prominent role the political factions play may make readers' head spin, but overall, the plot is still easy to follow.

It's amazing to see Anazakia finally become the queen she is meant to be. She always seemed to be in the background worrying about how naive or ignorant she was to the real world. After all the struggles and tribulation she and her friends have endured, Anazakia has learned to think outside of herself and for the future of her child. The Midnight Court certainly appeals to reader emotions, especially as the bond between mother and daughter is tested by distance.

Kindred has remained consistent in style and readers who enjoyed The Fallen Queen will likely take to The Midnight Court!

Originally posted on Lovey Dovey Books


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