Finally, he didn't give a real ending. You can make up what you want to happen next. I have a few ideas Dess gets a boyfriend! There will be a Midnighter with the ability to transports like from America to Egypt! Once Maddy's mind heals, she'll take care of Rex's dad and he can rejoin Melissa.
There will be a Midnighter who can make people that are not born at midnight Midnighters, reuniting Jess and Beth. My favorite There will be a new midnighter that can release Jess from her prison of being trapped in the midnight hour, or can trap Johnathon in it so they can be together. I've also thought of the idea and I don't like it but there's the possiblity that Johnathon may age and find someone else to love since Jess is trapped in the midnight hour.
Dess finally figures out the midnight hour and is able to release Jess, or trap Johnathon with her. After Johnathon and the others are gone, Jess still stuck in the midnight hour may commit suicide. After Johnathon and the others are gone, Jess still stuck in the midnight hour will lead all future Midnighters.
Rex will finally snap and turn into a creature and Melissa might have to put him down, causing herself to commit suicide. Well, I won't go on any further, even though I have a few other millon ideas. But it is great to wonder about all the other characters that are going to come into play! Also I love the idea of getting to choose the way I want the story to end up.
He could've wrote a fourth, and I would so read it, but he didn't. He left the rest to our imagination, and I like the idea of that.
Though I do wish I knew what he wanted to happen in the future for the characters, it's obvious that Dess will have her happy ending, but what about the other four? One more thing, he put alot of time and effort into this series, and I liked it, alot. View all 8 comments. It was that good. No words can describe it! GIFS for the 1st time!!! That was me literally. The saddest thing EVER! But great ending nonetheless hide spoiler ]. View all 44 comments.
Feb 28, Beryl S. Read more reviews here. I guess that this book's biggest flaw is that its just a replay from the two others. By that I mean that the Midnighters search, go out and investigate, live their normal life, fight the Darklings until they realize they need to stop the big problem blocking their way. Surprise, this time they really need to save the world.
I honestly wanted to be done with this book. It dragged too long and because the story played out always in the same place, as in Bixby and its surround Read more reviews here. It dragged too long and because the story played out always in the same place, as in Bixby and its surroundings well, in this book the Midnighters actually go to another town, but it's still near Bixby , most of the things were predictable.
Jessica and Johnathan were uninteresting. Their relationship didn't have any spice, it was just too plain. Rex, on the other side, became my favorite character. I like how he is one of the only Midnighters that actually evolved through out the book. Melissa, too, became less of a prick, and Dess got over her brooding.
The plot was well developed, interesting, very connected to our present society and humanity's sins and clearly sending out its message but not laid out well enough as I mentioned before. If only Westerfield could have gone a bit out of the box, just a little bit, given a fresher taste, than I might have enjoyed this final book. Even if the description, fights and action are well written, it dragged too much. The ending could have had such a bigger impact if it had also been handled properly.
Many disliked the ending, which I fear I will not reveal, because it really shut things up. I liked it. It was dramatic, cruel, at my taste, but it didn't affect me as much as such endings usually do. When you read the book, and if you've already read it, maybe you'll get what i mean. In conclusion, a somewhat poorly executed serie final, in my opinion. Repetitive and dragging.
It is worth reading if you want to know how the serie ends, though, and if you want to see a badass Rex. Oct 11, Britt Kramer rated it liked it. There was a point where I had gotten really annoyed with Jess and her persistent need to have everything her way. There was another point at the end where I was nothing but confused. Are Melissa, Johnathon, and Jess leaving?
What happened?! The ending was really confusing.
Overall, I guess it was a pretty good conclusion to the trilogy Feb 25, Eshusdaughter rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , fantasy , favorite-series , fiction , young-adult , paranormal. In the final book of the Midnighter's trilogy, the blue time is beginning to fracture and fall apart. The five Midnighters, Dess, Jonathan, Jessica, Melissa and Rex are left scrambling, trying to find out why and prevent the entire world from becoming one big darkling buffet.
Like the other books this one is action-packed and rapid-paced from the first word to the last. We discover more about the lore and about the old Midnighter culture in Bixby.
I loved the character development that has happe In the final book of the Midnighter's trilogy, the blue time is beginning to fracture and fall apart. I loved the character development that has happened throughout the series and especially in this last book. While the series began with Jessica, the subsequent books made the other characters just as central to the story. It was an engaging read and one I'm sorry is over. It was so hard to put this book down and pace myself as I read! I'm a little disatisfied with the ending. That's why you only see four stars on this review.
Jessica stuck in the blue time just doesn't feel right. The book even points out how quickly Jonathan and Jessica's relationship will get squicky and you're just left feeling bad for Jonathan and also for Jessica's family. I don't expect all my books to end with a perfect happy ending but this one just felt wrong - I didn't see the inevitability of it.
Each student must choose some form of ancient hardship to experience for two whole weeks. He turned away again, staring at the pep festivities without seeing them. His newly acute hearing had turned every electronic contraption into something whiny and annoying. She reached up and touched it, felt the fading tension in his jaw muscle. To Jonathan and the whole Midnighter's teams dismay, she will forever be trapped in the blue time, only able to live for an hour of every day. Aiden is kind and gentle, a welcome relief from the squabbling pack.
There are so many other ways it could have gone.