The Midnight Strider

The Midnight Strider With his newfound abilities Artemis is determined now than ever to rescue his missing brother Even if it means summoning the ship of the dead Directly following the events of The Last Chronomancer c

  • Title: The Midnight Strider
  • Author: Reilyn J. Hardy
  • ISBN: 9780997158731
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • With his newfound abilities, Artemis is determined now than ever to rescue his missing brother Even if it means summoning the ship of the dead.Directly following the events of The Last Chronomancer, comes The Midnight Strider Artemis feels like he s lost than he s gained, even with chronomancer abilities now running through his veins He continues to keep his fWith his newfound abilities, Artemis is determined now than ever to rescue his missing brother Even if it means summoning the ship of the dead.Directly following the events of The Last Chronomancer, comes The Midnight Strider Artemis feels like he s lost than he s gained, even with chronomancer abilities now running through his veins He continues to keep his father at an arm length away, and can t seem to find it in him to trust those who remain The darkness that once tempted him at such a young age, is once finding its way into his life Will he give in to the temptation, or will he manage to find the courage to resist as the old curse says upon his family The tale of two, cursed for destruction.One with the strength to kill and the other, the courage to resist.

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    1. I think it makes sense I'd rate my own books five stars. Writing The Midnight Strider was a very different journey than The Last Chronomancer. I knew it would be, but I didn't know by how much. I thought I knew everything about my characters, especially Artemis and Jace, but I didn't. I learned new things and I am excited to continue to learn about them as the journey continues.

    2. I read this book as a request from the author and I have to say, I enjoyed it even more than the first one. With pre-established familiarity with the characters, it was easy to jump right in and start where we left off from The Last Chronomancer. I read The Midnight Strider in one sitting, and it was great to see Artemis take initiative, and also make mistakes. He was forced to be more proactive in this novel than in The Last Chronomancer (view spoiler)[because of Jace's leave but even with his [...]

    3. I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWNI think Kina is my new favorite. I loved all the new girls!!! I'M READY FOR THE NEXT ONE

    4. I wanted to sit on this for a while before I wrote my review because I couldn't form the right thoughts and I definitely couldn't put those thoughts into words. There are so many things I loved, but at the same time, so many spoilers! I don't think you can really talk about it without saying any spoiler-ish things. The Midnight Strider was a lot more emotional than The Last Chronomancer. There were parts that really, really hurt me. First, Rhiannon seeing Jace in Newacre then when Rhiannon dies [...]

    5. I was literally stuck reading this book. It's been a LONG time since a fantasy book gripped me like this one did. When I say I couldn't put it down, I mean it. I hopped from train to train holding this book, reading any chance I could get. In class I'm like "Can this shit end so I can get back to this book??" The story is steadier paced than Book 1 and there's a deeper, emotional core here. Artemis is a beautiful main character, and really well-written one. I wanna give him a hug, but I know he [...]

    6. It's been a while since I've read the book, so it's not fresh in my memory, but I can remember how much I liked it. I didn't read it quite as quickly as the first one, but I enjoyed it more. I loved seeing the characters grow, and their journey. I dug the new characters. I dug the locations and the storylines, and I just genuinely like this book. I can't wait to see what happens next.

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