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Apr 15, 13 Days to Midnight is far more than what I expected. Thankfully, the time it spends on his back-story and the relationship with However, these moments ( or flashbacks) are crucial, as it helps the pipeline of the plot move. Apr 12, decent individuals who, in attempting to make the best of their situation, end up with a life lesson. THIRTEEN DAYS TO MIDNIGHT will leave. 13 Days of Midnight has ratings and reviews. A slow start, then it became very fast-paced, but when it reached the end, it became slow again. the story was solid, whether it dealt with Luke's relationships with his mother, his friends.
Turns out he doesn't need to worry anymore as he's the only sole beneficiary of his father that will inherit all of his properties.
All he has to do is to sign some papers and alas! He can be a multi-millionaire in no time.
He was a little suspicious at first when he needs to sign a letter written in Latin in a goatskin, but happily signed them in the end. I mean, that is literally the only thing that is hindering him from being a multi-millionaire, how much harm can it cause? Not really smart if you ask me.
Soon Luke learned that he had not just inherited properties and money that can make him a multimillionaire. He also inherited a host of eight vengeful ghosts from his dad.
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I'm talking to dead people right now? No need to rub it in" Unfortunately, a full Host of eight that he inherited can make him a powerful necromancer, only if he can stop those ghost from revolting- and killing him first, and he's got until the Halloween to stop the ghosts from breaking free of his control and turn on him. The book got awesome and hilarious MC's and side characters that made me laugh out loud in the middle of the night. In this nail-biting novel of mystery and dark intrigue, Jacob must walk the razor thin line between right and wrong, good and evil, and life and death.
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And time is running out. Because the Grim Reaper doesn't disappear. He received a degree in economics from Willamette University. Before becoming a full-time author, he worked in advertising, game design, and technology. Grieving over the sudden death of his well-liked foster parent and harboring a guilty secret about thatJacob discovers that his inheritance includes the power of invulnerability.
Bemused, he shares his imperviousness to pain or physical damage with his impulsive best friend, Milo, and a beautiful, intense new classmate named Ophelia and discovers that he can temporarily pass the ability on to them.
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He quickly comes to regret the sharing, as Ophelia engages in an increasingly dangerous round of tests, stunts, and life-saving rescues. Ominously, the power also begins to feel darker and wilder as it fends off death after death.
Carman cranks the suspense up smoothly on the way to a horrifying revelation, a literally shocking climax, and a not entirely happy, but at least not tragic, ending. A provocative take on the theme that every superpower comes with a price. He is literally indestructible-nothing can hurt him-but gaining this newfound ability cost the life of his kindly but mysterious foster father.
When Jacob discovers that he can share his invulnerability with others, he, his friend Milo, and the school's new girl, Oh, test its limits in cringe-inducing scenes involving a lighter, a foot fall onto a lamp, and a batting cage and begin using it to save lives.