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by Josephine Cox

No. 1 bestselling author Josephine Cox returns with a powerful story of love and shocking secrets. All Jack's life, the nightmares had haunted him, dragging him back to a place where it was always midnight... Molly and Jack are deeply in love but their relationship is being torn apart by Jack's nightmares. Trapped in a place where he is taunted by eyes in the gloom, it is becoming harder for Molly to pull him free, and when daylight comes the haunting visions remain. He can make no sense of them, though, when he is deep in the dreams, he knows exactly what's demanded of him. Realising that Jack is being driven close to the edge, Molly urges him to seek help, and with their relationship faltering, Jack decides to hunt for answers. His search takes him back to the place where he grew up, and it soon becomes clear that he must trace people from his past, particularly the one person he could turn to through his troubled childhood. But Jack could never have imagined the true horrors of what he is about to uncover...
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ISBN: 0007432852
ISBN13: 978-0007432851
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Author: Josephine Cox
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (October 1, 2011)
Pages: 432 pages
ePUB size: 1611 kb
FB2 size: 1165 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 398
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What more can I say? When it comes to weaving a story of love and suspense, Ms. Cox can do no wrong in my eyes.
Josephine Cox writes the most wonderful stories that captivate you and it leaves you on the edge.
A must read
I found this book quite light weight and very predictable. Not the best read I've ever had. I doubt that I will read more books by this author.
Midnight was my kind of story love and mystery all rolled into one. I would recommend this Josephine Cox book.
Very good
This is the first Josephine Cox novel I have read and I am astounded! How could a traditional publisher - Harper Collins - allow such a badly edited novel onto the market? There were a number of errors and, glaringly, in one place toward the end, the name "Molly" is used instead of "Libby" - a very silly error.

The plot rambles, the nightmares secondary to the domestic details of the characters' lives. What could have been a cracking thriller, lost urgency very early in the story. Molly, the ex-girlfriend is a monster - that is undeniable - but she is also a one-dimensional character whose motivation for revenge is obsession over Jack.

I was disappointed in the way this experienced author cobbled everything together in the last few lame pages of the novel- and how everything fell into place for Jack, whose nightmares apparently disappeared with nary a whimper.

I wonder, because of the amateur writing, if this was an urgent pot-boiler demanded by the publishers to fill a gap in the market.

A half-hearted effort at best on behalf of the author.
The nightmares that plague Jack are so terrifying he waffles back and forth about seeking help, much like an alcoholic who does not want to admit having a drinking problem. Molly begs him to seek help, which in my opinion is well within her right, yet she does a complete one-eighty when he becomes determined to find answers. Libby's loving care for her mother is without question completely selfless and amazing. I would really like to have seen much less of Molly and Jack's relationship and more of his re-acquaintance with Libby and his hometown.

Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More