Book Review

BORN AT MIDNIGHT
by C.C. Hunter

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal

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Great for fans of Vampire Academy. This book has it all, from vampires to werewolves to witches and shapeshifters. There’s romance and action, ensuring readers won’t want to put it down. Hunter — Christie Craig in her YA debut — packs on the twists and turns, and then leaves you hanging with an amazing hook ending, just waiting for more.

Kylie Galen thought she had it all — until she didn’t. All of the sudden her parents are getting divorced, her boyfriend Trey breaks up with her and she is being shipped off to summer camp. Then things get seriously weird — the camp turns out to be for freaks, or in other words, teen paranormals.

At first Kylie is in denial, insisting she is normal, until she can’t lie to herself anymore. And if finding herself isn’t hard enough, she has to battle it out with her heart too. Turns out Trey is going to camp right next to her and wants to get back together, but she has met someone else — two guys to be exact: the mysterious and dangerous Lucas, and the smoking-hot Derek. Who will Kylie pick, and will she discover she actually has powers of her own? (ST. MARTIN’S GRIFFIN, Apr., 416 pp., $9.99, ISBN: 9780312624675, PB, 14 & Up)

Reviewed By: Meera Patel

Publisher: ST. MARTIN’S GRIFFIN

Published: April 2011

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