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Midnight Never Come

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  • Posted October 28, 2008

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    Faerie world in Elizabethen London

    To start with, the concept is brilliant. A faerie queen who rules beneath London acting as a parallel to Queen Elizabeth I. They formed a pack so that they could both rise to power and become queens. The story, except for the flashbacks, takes place in the 1580s - 90s. Lune is a faerie who has fallen from Queen Invidiana's favor in the faerie court. Devon is trying to rise among the ranks serving Queen Elizabeh and Walsingham. In their quests they both discover the truth behind Invidiana and the pact made between the queens.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    an intriguing Elizabethan romantic fantasy

    Three decades have past since Elizabeth became Queen of England, ushering in an age of Gloriana. However underneath in the bowels of the catacombs, ruthless Invidiana rules the fae with an iron hand.-------------- Working as a courier under the tutelage of his mentor spymaster Sir Francis Walsingham, Michael Deven meets bewitching Lady Lune, an undercover fae wearing a mortal disguise. Lune fears her dark Queen Invidiana so in order to avoid her rage and worse, she infiltrates Walsingham's network. She plans to use and discard Michael who obviously wants her. However, to Lune¿s trepidation and dread she is as attracted to the bewitching human as she thinks he is to her. However, she knows he could not survive in her realm while she cannot remain in his as her Queen would never allow her or him to live. --------------- MIDNIGHT NEVER COME is an intriguing Elizabethan romantic fantasy in which Marie Brennan makes her two realms seem real by using historical events via flashbacks to anchor the Tudor reign and enabling the darkness to grow stronger in the shadows. Fans will enjoy the star-crossed love between the Fae and the mortal as honor and loyalty war with ambition for power in a Faustian age of deceit.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 30, 2011

    Amazing book!

    I loved this book enough to have read it three times now. Marie Brennan is a great writer, and I think this is the best book she's written so far.

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