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Night & Day

(The 19th Year #3.5)

3.73  ·  Rating details ·  15 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Something is wrong with Suze. His memory, his magic, even his muscles have all gone mental. If he’s not careful, the underworld’s version of the loony bin may be his next stop.

Not ready to give up the goat yet—if he had one he didn’t eat that is—Suze sets out to stop the mystical mayhem. Unfortunately, this isn’t a fairy tale, and Suze isn’t Snow White felled by an apple
Published February 10th 2014 by MM&I (first published January 26th 2014)
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Maghon Thomas
Ok, so I need to ask a question first, do any of you know who is on the cover? I do now! I will give you a hint, you will try to figure out who is the narrator the whole damn time. Ok, maybe it was just me, but I was DYING to know who was telling this Suze story. It's not Suze, or Mac, or Winn, and then I kept going through my head all the characters I'd met, and I still couldn't figure it out. Just wait! That one little detail may just be the best part of the story. Well, except when you realiz ...more
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
Dec 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
I do love Gayle's writing and I love her characters from this trilogy even more. Suze has always been a mystery to me, if not even a favorite, so when I saw that this novella would be something that was all about the Suze, I had to read it. Plus, come on, we get something a little extra after the trilogy has ended, what more could you ask for?

Not only did we get a lot of the goofy, fun loving Suze but we got Mac and Winn and so many others as well. This really was a fun little read.

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I got a copy in exchange for an honest review

When I started Night and Day I was just confused, I had no idea what was going on and even had to check whether I was really reading this book. Night&Day is told in first person perspective by someone, who tells a tale to three teenagers and there is no explanation who they are till the end. Yeah it just confused me and I was thinking I was missing some clue or explanation about what's going on.

And then the narrator tells Suze story and then sometime
Cassie C
Sep 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing
It was so nice to go back to Mac, Winn, and Suze's world! I loved every single second of this novella, and honestly, I wish it was longer. Even though it was already 150 pages, I still wanted more. Ms. Gayle has such a way with words, and with writing that sucks you into the story no matter what. Not only was this well written, but it was absolutely hilarious, and had me laughing all the way through. I loved having the glimpse into what happened after Darkest Day was over, and even farther in th ...more
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Emi Gayle just wants to be young again. She lives vicariously through her youthful characters, while simultaneously acting as chief-Mom to her teenaged son and searching for a way to keep her two daughters from ever reaching the dreaded teen years.

Ironically, those years were some of Emi's favorite times. She met the man of her dreams at 14, was engaged to him at 19, married him at 20 and she's s

Other books in the series

The 19th Year (3 books)
  • After Dark (The 19th Year, #1)
  • Day After (The 19th Year, #2)
  • Darkest Day (The 19th Year, #3)

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