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Book Reviews of Night Shift (Midnight, Texas, Bk 3)

Night Shift (Midnight, Texas, Bk 3)
Night Shift - Midnight, Texas, Bk 3
Author: Charlaine Harris
ISBN-13: 9780425263235
ISBN-10: 0425263231
Publication Date: 2/7/2017
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Ace Books
Book Type: Paperback
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caljane avatar reviewed Night Shift (Midnight, Texas, Bk 3) on + 5 more book reviews
Is this it? Seems as if finally all the secrets of the Midnight citizens are out. Almost. There are still a few questions I would have.
This third installment of the mysterious citizens of Midnight was, again, an entertaining page turner, no dull moments when it comes to Charlaine Harris' writing. However, just like with the first two books of the series I always felt kind of disconnected from the characters. While the story was strong going, the characters, despite their many secrets, were somewhat flat.
ra7 avatar reviewed Night Shift (Midnight, Texas, Bk 3) on + 1006 more book reviews
The first half was so slow. Just get on with it already! The last half picked up thankfully. I really didn't get the whole point of Kiki's visit other than to make sure the readership knew that Kiki is a bitch (well, duh) and Fiji an outcast in her own family (oh my, I had no idea, none!). I was beyond annoyed with the "virgin blood" plot point. That. Was. Bad.
After all that, who was the person on the top floor of the Midnight Hotel facing the pawnshop? It was a mystery, but one with no resolution. Also, whomever paid for the hotel and the assisted living fees of Mamie, Susie, and Tommy was never outright solved. I'm assuming "O's" father? I'm glad the series is over, this on was unsatisfying and annoying. But, I'm annoyed further with the amount of (what I feel are) lose ends. Did I miss something?