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Read ✓ Night Shift Midnight Texas #3 By Charlaine Harris – ❰Read❯ ➳ Night Shift Midnight Texas #3 Author Charlaine Harris – From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels comes the third novel of Midnight Texas the town where some secrets will never see the light of day At Midnight’s local From the New York Midnight Texas PDF ↠ Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels comes the third novel of Midnight Texas the town where some secrets will never see the light of day At Midnight’s local pawnshop weapons are flying off the shelves—only to be used in sudden and dramatic suicides right at the main crossroads in town Who better to figure out why blood is being spilled than the vampire Lemuel who while translating mysterious texts discovers what makes Midnight the town it is There’s a reason why witches and werewolves killers and psychics Night Shift ePUB ✓ have been drawn to this place.

10 thoughts on “Night Shift Midnight Texas #3

  1. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Let me see where this takes me ❤️Well I'm sad that it's over I wish someone would tell me she decided to write of Midnight Texas I'm happy with the ending but not totally satisfied I want I want to read about the people Where are they going? More back stories? What's going to happen with certain people? Sighhhhhhhhh I love the slow life of this little town I wouldn't necessarily want all of the bad things that happen but if you have some good friends then you can get through it D I adore these characters and I'm going to miss them Just because you live in a small town doesn't mean there isn't all kinds of things that go on Especially in Midnight Uggg Charlaine Harris write of these Either way I enjoyed my jaunt through Midnight and will return again Happy Reading Mel ♥MY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List REVIEW

  2. ֆɦɛʟʟʏ ȶɦɛ քǟȶʀօռ ֆǟɨռȶ օʄ ƈʊʀʍʊɖɢɛօռʟʏ ƈʀօռɛֆ ֆɦɛʟʟʏ ȶɦɛ քǟȶʀօռ ֆǟɨռȶ օʄ ƈʊʀʍʊɖɢɛօռʟʏ ƈʀօռɛֆ says:

    US Kindle sale 199 November 2 2018The best one and apparently the last one The ending left it open to continue but as of now Midnight Texas is a trilogy Figures it would finally start getting good and then endThe plot An ancient evil is rising underneath the crossroads of the tiny mysterious town where only secretive strange people seem to live Lemuel the vampire has to translate an ancient text that will explain how to stop the evil before it rises to cause unstoppable destruction I felt like I had finally started to get the people of Midnight and understand them Before they seemed kind of grumpy and as if none of them liked each other but now I understand they are all just introverts They DO like each other they just don't like to hang out unless someone is getting killed or an unspeakable evil is rising What I liked is that we learned a LOT about Manfred and Lemuel uinn was back and Fiji's character had a lot of development and was great in this Lemuel had a bigger part and we get to see interaction with other vampires We find out about his and Olivia's relationship It was goodWhat I didn't like There was a flimsy love triangle involving Fiji and Bobo and uinn Yes uinn Again view spoilerAnd poor uinn lost again WTH #foreveralone I'll take uinn hide spoiler

  3. Sara Sara says:

    I have only myself to blame Every single time I read another crappy Charlaine Harris book I say;This is the last time we're doing this me Seriously every time we read one of these we get cranky and we ask ourselves 'why do we keep doing this?'Seriously though why do I keep doing this?I don't know I like urban fantasyparanormal stuff The Sookie Stackhouse books were really pretty awesome until they weren't and I was a big time fan of True Blood again until I just wasn'tI think part of the problem is Harris just doesn't know when to uit Even when she runs out of stories she somehow keeps right on trucking trying to rend blood from completely wrung out stones This series in particular is actually populated by characters from her other books who disappeared from those books so they could move to the locale for this series?So here we are at the dear god please please last book in the Midnight Texas series where a bunch of paranormal types pass the time spying on each other wanting desperately to sleep with each other and keeping boring secrets from each other Its fascinating reading really There's a vampire and his hired assassin concubine with daddy issues and some dude who runs a pawn shop and the local witch who's in love with him and her talking cat yup and some gay guys and their yappy dog who own a nail salonantiue store because they're gay guys that's what those people DO and there's probably some other people but I'm putting myself to sleep just describing these guysThe problem with this series has mainly been that for a trilogy it really doesn't have like an actual story arc to build from and resolve Like I can't for the life of me remember what happened in the last two books I just know I didn't need to even check back since this book had nothing to do with them These people just hang out in this dusty little town and have individual adventures or whatever and then its over Is there something special about the town that has attracted them all to it? Well kinda but its never expanded on What is continuously brought up is how damn boring and awful the town is so it makes even less sense that everyone loves it so much Have they each been gathered here for a specific purpose? Well kinda but its only brought up in the last book and thus feels like a tacked on after thought then something the books have actually been working toward It doesn't help that these characters are dull as dish water I mean reaaalllyyy dull And I think you have to work to make vampires witches weretigers and frickin' angels boring I could not have cared less about any of these characters or their boring as hell townAlso despite continued to references to everybody being a family or whatever none of these people seem to like each other AT ALL Harris toggles back and forth between narrators throughout the book which isn't jarring at all since they all sound the same and it seems like everyone is always thinking about how they don't liketrust so and so because of X There's just nothing to invest in here Some of these characters have gone through some traumatic stuff but its all just brought up like a casual aside Things like being molested as a child are discussed as lacidaisicaly as who's turn it is to wash the dishes I mean I get these people are supposed to be stoic but c'monThere's also no sex which if you're me is at least the top two reason you read Harris to begin with There's some abstract discussions about and around the idea of sex but the one payoff in this is about as stimulating as my shoe actually my shoes are nice today so bad comparisonI guess you should read this if you've read the others? Since there was all of one point that I cared about at all getting resolved I stuck it out but honestly this is a boring lazily constructed mashup of other better Harris books You will not be missing a thing if you pass it up

  4. Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey) Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey) says:

    This book frustrated me so many ways along the way If not for the satisfying ending I wouldn't have rated it 4 stars But since beginning this series I felt like in this book the author finally connected the dots from previous books and made the characters act in a believable way But I hate misunderstanding as a plot conflict tool And this book had it in spades for the tiny amount of romance and I mean tiny this series offers And that annoyed the shit out of me to the point I stopped rooting for the guy name not mentioned for spoilers sake and rooted for the very viable alternative

  5. Jilly Jilly says:

    I wish the town of Midnight Texas really existed Since I live in Texas I would be all over that like a cheap suit he's wearing the hell out of that thingThey need a bigger population And I bring a lot to the table I read I crochet Um sometimes I cook not often I don't exactly have any marketable skills but look I can do things okay? Probably If I tried I'm sure I would make a great addition to their town I'm coming to join you my friendsIn this last installment of the series we have a big bad who lives under the ground in Midnight who is causing all sorts of trouble Just a bunch of suicides and such But the good news is that he is killing people who upset our neighborhood witch Fiji so he's not that bad of a guy Maybe he means well But the residents of the town need to get together and stop the big bad It's just not good for business to have a traffic light that causes people to want to commit suicide I mean I know that it can be pretty annoying when you get stopped at a traffic light when there is absolutely NO other cars around and then it takes forever to change But when it comes down to suicide or running the light I'll chance the ticket scumbag traffic light is a scumbagSo we get all of our magical people getting together to stop the murderous traffic light monster And it's pretty epic If you like public sex I say no Read it if you want to know

  6. BrokenTune BrokenTune says:

    I'm really disappointed This book started out pretty well with Midnight a small town in Texas and its unusual locals with a series of mysterious suicides at the cross road with a fascinating interaction between the characters And then? Then nothing happened For ages the plot drifted from one backstory to a sidestory to another backstory to another bit about a character all of which had little to do with the mysterious suicides What added to the disappointment was that the story then made a lot of references to the previous books in the story none of which again was all that relevant to the mysterious suicides I lost interest about 30% percent in but struggled on because I hoped the narrative would pick up It didn't really Not impressed

  7. Anna& Anna& says:

    Reviewed for herding cats burning soupThings are definitely getting interesting in Midnight Texas and it's SO fun to go along for the ride I'm really loving this series and the whole ensemble cast Add in danger romance some new arrivals finding out a few of the town's secretsyeah Night Shift upped the game and damn it was a blastThe uick of it is that a big bad is rumbling in Midnight and people are acting strange Well stranger than normal This is Midnight after all This time around though it's life or death as people are drawn to the town's crossroads in an almost possessed way and are killing themselves It's up to the town's main players to figure out why and put a stop to the madness that's infecting so manyOne of the things I'm loving about this series is that there isn't one person this series is about It's really a group story There's lots of head hopping between all of the characters but it's done in a masterful way and works It so works I love spending time with all of them With the witch and her familiar the psychic with a crush the vampire and his ladyfriend the tigers the fallen angels and even the lowly human pawn shop owner It was fun seeing little bits of their pasts and their desires and their secrets brought to light They all just came alive and I totally want to live in Midnight minus the big bad scary happening lol I just love their eclectic mix mash of personalities abilities and such The big bad and a new arrival into town wereinteresting and curious and brought some very interesting revelations to the townsfolk There was a little weirdness at the end with how it was all dealt with that was justodd but other than that I loved seeing the group deal with the weird happenings and figuring out a way to stop it all I devoured Night Shift and can't freaking wait until the next one The wait is going to be painful I need me some were tigers please If you like a little paranormal woo woo and a good mysterydefinitely one to check out Plus seriously weretigers

  8. Karen ⊰✿ Karen ⊰✿ says:

    I absolutely loved this series but unfortunately this book was the weakest for me I think with books 1 2 there was some slow character development whereas in this one all pretence is gone and Midnight is a town of supernaturalsIn this book there is a demon doing terrible things to the town and Fiji in particular has to accept of herself in order to defeat it we do get of an insight into other characters but the story lines are not completely closed Although Harris has said many times she was only commissioned to write 3 books I wonder if will be released now this has been made into a TV showI did enjoy the crossover characters as someone from every series of Harris' either lives in or visits Midnight Particularly Manfred from Harper Connelly series and Bobo Winthrop from Lily Bard series were interesting to me because this was like seeing the all grown up version of themRecommended for fans of Harris or for anyone who knows of her work but hasn't read any yet This is a good series to begin with

  9. Rabiasyed Rabiasyed says:

    can't wait for this just heard it will be made into a TV movie for NBCThe 3rd book was kind of anticlimactic lol the first two were much better Sorry to see these characters go

  10. Joan Joan says:

    My understanding is that this is the last of the trilogy Which is excellent because this plot was pathetic If I hadn't been aware that Harris can write better I might have given it three stars but I doubt it There are lots of plot points not really tied up Most of the plot didn't seem to hold together particularly well There were far too many people coming out of nowhere in this book to contribute information There was an assassination attempt going on that got lots of play then kind of stopped and Dad and daughter suddenly seemed to make up when the daughter had been very determined to never do that I still don't see how the spies were working to keep Olivia safe other than reporting to her dad How they did that and what they reported was never explained Nor why Pop felt he had to protect his daughter who was extremely capable all by herself I like some of the characters but the whole 3 books just or less drifted along as if the aim of the series was to see how many trees could be destroyed for this series Actually now that I think about it I am lowering my rating to one star I will be very cautious before picking up another series by Harris This was disgraceful

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