M is for … Mostly overlooked.

My “M” book is The Midnight Society by Rhonda Sermon. Now, this book has been wandering around at the edges of my awareness for yonks. At least a year, I swear. I remember it with another cover – it’s been that long. So in all that time, why on earth did no one take me to one side and tell me to READ THE THING?!

Cover of Rhonda Sermon's The Midnight Society

Click for the preview (bet you’ll love it)

The Midnight Society is ENORMOUS FUN. Time travel, friendship, world-saving, crosses and double-crosses, and huge amounts of delectable snark. It’s absolutely GORGEOUS.

Stop reading this and go grab a copy. You can thank me later.

Check back next week and see if I’ve managed to resolve my alphabet muddle. There was I, thinking I’d got ahead of myself because I’ve read The Midnight Society AND Only Dancing in a week … until I realised that “M” is, in fact, conventionally followed in almost all English alphabets by the letter “N” rather than the letter “O”. Oops. Good job I’m a fast reader – I’m not panicking … yet!

About katyhaye

Katy Haye writes fast-paced fantasy novels for YA readers and is fascinated by the science of stories.
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