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Friday, February 11, 2011

Born at Midnight by C. C. Hunter (5 reviews)


Ronnie, 17
C.C. Hunter
Born at Midnight
2011

This spectacular novel will capture you from the first page and craving more.

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Maya,    17  
C.C. Hunter  
Born at Midnight  
 ST. MARTIN'S GRIFFIN    2011  

   Born at Midnight is a wonderful book that uses just the right amount of mystery, adventure, romance and humor. I would definitely recommend this book to others because it is so much more imaginitive than mass produced books of mystical beings such as the Twilight series.  

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Tayloe,    17 
C.C. Hunter 
Born at Midnight 
Griffin    2011

        I didn't even have to recomend it. My friend all but stole it from my hand the second I was finished. Thus far she said she enjoys it very much.

    A promising beginning for a new series; I enjoyed reading Born at Midnight. It was a relief to read a supernatural story that doesn’t solely concentrate on vampires and where wolves but incorporates many other supernatural creatures as well. It was fun to watch as the main character went from adamant disbelief to grudging acceptance of who and what she is. 

Rating: 4 Better than most
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Kate R.,    13
C. C. Hunter 
Born at Midnight   
2011

          I was pleasantly surprised by this book. At first, it appears like yet another werewolf/vampire/supernatural romance type of book. And it is. However, this one has interesting twists and turns. Kylie Galen has just been shipped off to Shadow Falls Camp by her cold, distant mother and father who are getting divorced. This is apparently a camp for "troubled teens", but it's actually a place where kids can morph into unicorns on a moment's notice, and have daily rituals where the only refreshment is...well...blood. The characters were all likeable and had unique personalities. The plot was a tad bit predictable, and it IS yet another supernatural romance, but Hunter was creative and wrote very well. I would definitely reccommend this book!

Rating: 4 Better than most
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Morgan, 17
Born at Midnight
C. C. Hunter
St. Martins Press    2011

    When Kylie Galen finds out her dad is really moving out she decideds to go to a unshaperound party, and when her mom finds out she send Kylie to a camp for trouble teens, but this camp turns out to be made for paranormal teens, and she is the only normal kid there.    Loved it.    Quick read, good charecters, nice plot line.
  
Rating: 4 Better than most

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