Praise for Thirteen Days of Midnight (book 1): a self-assured debut that's as funny as it is terrifying
Praise for Thirteen Days of Midnight (book 1):An exciting read ... thrilling and spooky
Full of fantastical thrills, supernatural spills and wail-out-loud wit, this sublimely plotted sequel to Thirteen Days of Midnight is a riotously riveting read.
I'm rendered speechless. I had high hopes for Eight Rivers of Shadow and Leo Hunt has exceeded them in every possible way.
Hunt's ear for teen voices is acute - in a sub-genre overwhelmed by twinkly vampires, it is salutary to have a ballsy, convincing adolescent male voice.
This is an awesome book.