The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The Avicen are a magical race that has hidden their feathers from humans for years. Echo may be human, but she survives by selling what she steals and the Avicen treat her like one of their own. Her loyalty to the Avicen leads her to look for the Firebird. This mythical creature is believed to have the power needed to stop a century long conflict. Does Echo have what it takes to complete this task? What will she learn about herself along the way?
The Girl at Midnight is the first book in a series by the same title. The book is easily read, but is also easily forgotten. The twists and turns of the storyline were a saving grace since the characters themselves feel shallow and unremarkable. This is a recommended book if the reader has time, but it shouldn’t be moved to the top of your TBR pile.
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