Mr. Twilight

Mr. Twilight

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Mr. Twilight 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But not my cup of tea. I can go with the paranormal flow but cant deal with the sheer volume of words obscuring the story. I can tell a lot of research went into it. I am just the wrong reader. 134 pages in and it was a struggle for me so I gave up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read books, some best sellers, that have a great opening and middle but fizzle with a weak ending. It is at these times that I often think of the question posed by the late wonderful singer Peggy Lee: 'Is that all there is?' To Ms. Lee's question, I have good news. MR. TWILIGHT more than satisfies. Besides having a tantalizing opening and a remarkably well sustained middle, it has a knock out ending that makes the reader say wow! Ms. Lee would be proud.
dmacmillan on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Surprisingly, I enjoyed this book. I didn't hold out much hope for it having not enjoyed some of Reaves' other books. I chose it because mainly because it was published by DelRey. I've rarely been disappointed by DelRey books, series' are excluded. If this book was a cocktail the recipe would be: Start with a glass of matured Harry Dresden, add a dash of American Gods and a slice of angel and demon. Stir in a shot of The Historian's Dracula, then shake. I enjoyed the Native American female character and seeing the differences in how she used magic and how the main character used magic. It's good to see some diversity in female leading characters. I would love to read see a sequel a second book by this team.
wyvernfriend on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Colin has no other name but he's often known as Mr Twilight. He devotes his life to solving and neutralising magical crimes and criminals. He teams up with a beautiful Native American and a New York detective who is apparently immune ot Magic.While I found the adventure interesting, some of the flashbacks and other information just made the story drag. I did want more of the story and less of some of the minor details that seemed to make the story too involved and I'm not sure if it's not a problem of two authors. Interesting and I'd like to read more and I hope the plot overwhelms the back story this time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice book and very open to many sequels. Waiting for more....