Shadows after Midnight (Demons of Saltmarch, #2)

Shadows after Midnight (Demons of Saltmarch, #2)

by Courtney Cantrell

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BN ID: 2940016119113
Publisher: Consortium Books
Publication date: 10/11/2011
Series: Demons of Saltmarch , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 673 KB

About the Author

Courtney Cantrell was born in Texas and grew up in Germany. At age 12, she penned her first novel: a one-page murder mystery. (The gardener did it.) By age 17, she had finished two full-length sci-fi novels. After earning her bachelor’s degree in English/Writing from Oklahoma Christian University, Courtney worked as a missionary in Germany for six years. She then returned to Oklahoma City to begin writing full time. As of 2012, she has completed ten novels in multiple genres. Courtney lives with her husband, their cat, and an assortment of cross-cultural doohickeys. She is a founding artist at, a contributing editor at writing advice site, and a regular blogger at her own

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Shadows after Midnight 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great sequel. Can't wait to read the next one
AaronPogue More than 1 year ago
Such an exciting sequel! The opening for this book is fast-paced and it never stops. Following Colors of Deception, Shadows leaves behind the viewpoint of demonic lodestone Holly and instead enters the head of auguren Peter. That transition allows Cantrell to introduce some amazing new depth and mystery to the Saltmarch universe. While the first book in the series only really flirted with fantasy elements until the very end, Shadows after Midnight is rich with the mystical aspects of Cantrell's universe, showing demons and demonhunters in full battle. Still, at heart it's a story about characters. It's fascinating to see the relationships that shape Peter, and to watch him struggle with his own past and shortcomings every bit as much as he struggles with the demons of Saltmarch. I loved it. Can't wait for the last book in the series.