The Secret Hour Paperback
Part of the Midnighters series
As the new girl at Bixby High School, Jessica Day expected some unwelcome attention.
What she didn't expect was to feel an instant connection to a stranger in the corridor ...Who is this boy dressed in black? And why can she feel his eyes following her wherever she goes?
The answers will have to wait until the sun goes down, for here in Bixby, midnight is the time for secrets; secrets that Jessica is going to find out, whether she wants to or not.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 304 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 01/07/2010
- Category: Science fiction
- ISBN: 9781907410031
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Review by nicola26
Well, the description on the back was far more intriguing than the actual story inside. I was left pretty unimpressed by the story and the characters. It was not awful and it was easy to read and a nice original idea but it was missing the kind of spark that takes a book from 'okay' to 'compelling' for me. It mostly just lacked any sort of focused. The story just felt very jumpy and bitty to me. It was also packed full of YA clichés such as the-new-interesting-girl-moving-to-the-tiny-high school but it was easy enough to ignore those. I'm not completely turned off the series and will definitely have a read of the second book as I think the story definitely has potential, especially now that it's (hopefully) moving away from the mundane descriptions of every action taking place inside the school.