Midnighters 3: Blue Noon
This is the third and final book in the Midnighters series. There are more changes, more personal dramas, and a fairly major battle scene near the end of the book.
The midnight hour isn't obeying the rules, anymore. Now it can happen at any time of the day, and last almost any time (but usually a short time.) That, itself, is not the major problem, though; it just hints at the major problem, which could very well be the end of the world as we know it.
It's possible that the darklings will end up having the greatest feast spread before them they have ever known, for they soon could have all the humans to eat that they could possibly want.
Against this stands the five midnighters. Of course, one of them, Rex, is really sort of a midnighter/darkling mixture, and there's some question about which way he will end up going. Then there's also the usual parental groundings, a snooping sister, an over-zealous police officer, and a change to steal lots and lots and lots of fire crackers.
This is a great conclusion to the series, and yet another of the many books that Scott Westerfeld has written that are absolute musts to read.
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