Infinite Night (The Twelfth Keeper #4)

Infinite Night The Twelfth Keeper Join Kennedy Mitchell in Book of The Twelfth Keeper series

  • Title: Infinite Night (The Twelfth Keeper #4)
  • Author: Belle Malory
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Join Kennedy Mitchell in Book 4 of The Twelfth Keeper series.

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      Published :2018-06-02T03:39:58+00:00

    One thought on “Infinite Night (The Twelfth Keeper #4)”

    1. No.Just no.How dare you introduce a new character and love interest?!?Gah!No one can come between Kennedy and Phoenix, no one!Please, let that be true. Now, with that being said. I actually like, really like, Saben. But at the same time I can't help but hate him. I actually feel a little guilty about itI want more, so much more. I like reading about the other keepersbut I need to more about Phoenix, especially with that ending. I know this book just came out and everythingbut, when can we expect [...]

    2. The Twelfth Keeper Series has been full of twists and turns from one book to the next. Just when you think you know the direction Malory is going to take this series, she throws you for a loop the next installment. In the case of Infinite Night, number four in this ongoing saga, Malory has struck gold. It takes a lot of courage for an author to make a massive time jump in any narrative, but in this case, the lapse and non-linear storytelling weaves together fantastically. Finally we see the culm [...]

    3. It's a good book, but I am sometimes confused about the timelines and I am not sure I like the way the story is heading (view spoiler)[potential love triangle (hide spoiler)]

    4. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the 4 books in this series so far. The characters were well-developed and likable. The plot moved along swiftly, and the sci-fi worlds introduced and developed interesting themes about what it means to be human. I hope the next in the series comes out soon!

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