author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB


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    Download ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¼ Patrick Carman author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary If you could have only one superpower what would it be?This is how the novel started And it grabbed my attention there at the very first sentence And it didn't let go until the very lastThis is a story about Jacob Fielding a guy who finds out that he has a superpowers invincibility and immortality Cool right? Well not so much After some time he finds out that having a superpower isn't as cool as it seems And that is because wai

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary Download ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¼ Patrick Carman I was so disappointed with this book The whole thing seemed a little unfocused and a bit random The whole book just dragged on from start to finish Jacob finds out that he has a superpower and so he and his two friends Milo and Ophelia Oh decide to play with it and see how far it can take them Pretty much the whole book consisted of these teenagers harming themselves to see if they can become injured whilst they have th

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB The premise behind this was super interesting but the writing style was a little hard to get into and the characters were hard to connect with Overall the pacing was a little slow and I feel like I only understood tidbits of the actual story because of how detached everything seemed

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary Download ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¼ Patrick Carman In A NutshellThis book is not the type I normally read but I picked it up on the recommendation of a good friend I am so glad I read Thirteen Days To Midnight It had action and suspense—I could not put it down When I was done I stared at the book and felt as though I had just stepped off a roller coasterReview“If you could have only one superpower what would it be?” p 3 This intriguing uestion frames th

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Ugh I finished it but it took a lot out of me to keep going It's just really not very good The writing is pretty awful The dialogue is worse and the plot doesn't really work Not to mention the oh so stellar character development that had me immediately invested in these oh so believable characters blegh Yeah really THAT bad I only kept reading because the premise was interesting and I kept telling myself Surely

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary Download ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¼ Patrick Carman This book was clearly not my usual style It started really slow It was really boring The writing was okay most of the time but the ch

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB 25 stars rounded upThis book has a cool premise but misses so much As a child who grew up around the foster care system this book does an abysmal job of portraying the system Secondly the use of the Deus Ex Machina bit was way over done I'm not talking about in the finale I'm talking about all over the book Little little things get the Deus Ex Machina treatment Kid is poor? Now he's got a sudden and unforeshadowed inheritance th

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB This was reaaaallll dar

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    author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary Summary Thirteen Days to Midnight I wasn't expecting much and I got what I expected This was an interesting concept a little underdeveloped The characters were immature and predictable I would have probably enjoyed this if I'd have read it as a teenager

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    Summary Thirteen Days to Midnight author Patrick Carman : Thirteen Days to Midnight – PDF EPUB Patrick Carman ¼ 5 Summary Thirteen Days to Midnight had the potential to be a mind blowing read but did not deliver in terms of plot or character It

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Thirteen Days to Midnight

Thirteen Days to Midnight Free read ✓ 105 Oves to save herIn the context of a dark unconventional superhero story Patrick Carman has envisioned a high concept tale of intrigue romance friendship and adventure that probes deep into what teens face as they enter young adult years navigating increasingly complex choices with greater conseuences as well as the gray areas blurring the definitions of right and wro. 25 stars rounded upThis book has a cool premise but misses so much As a child who grew up around the foster care system this book does an abysmal job of portraying the system Secondly the use of the Deus Ex Machina bit was way over done I m not talking about in the finale I m talking about all over the book Little little things get the Deus Ex Machina treatment Kid is poor Now he s got a sudden and unforeshadowed inheritance that the reader didn t know about but MC Jacob did and never told us despite this being first person POV Need to test the effectiveness of guns against Jacob s superpower Have him shoot himself in the foot off screen and only mention it in passing dialogue to another character Jacob never remembers anything I m not saying he has Dementia but that he says I ve been in foster care since I was five ish and almost never mentions anything else about it again He doesn t need flashbacks to make it believable just to say something like the smell of burnt coffee reminded me of the first house I stayed inAnd the dialogue So Much Was Explained In Dialogue It killed me Instead of saying The beast clawed into my skin my soul writhing as fire consumed every ligament I wrapped my hands around myself in agony the beast s anger pounding in my temples The book will be like not a real uote It seems mad I told Oh everytime the beast returns it hurts worse I don t think I can take it much longerBut we almost never feel his agony just get these clipped conversations where he explains feelings we ve never felt him have And the character motivations were all over the place Once minute Jacob would be like this is dangerous The next he d be like yeah but it s cool Every other character did the same exact thing I just wished one would ve been the safety patrol friend consistently Milo one friend would ve been the let s use this to our advantage Oh and the MC would ve been a little selfish and otherwise flawed Anyway decent enough writing but poor poor story telling Another Fine Mess: Across the USA in a Ford Model T young adult Sept vies pour Dieu et l'Algérie years navigating increasingly complex choices with greater conseuences as well as the gray areas blurring the definitions of right and wro. 25 stars rounded upThis book has a cool premise but misses so much As a child who grew up around the foster care system this book does an abysmal job of portraying the system Secondly the use of the Deus Ex Machina bit was way over done I m not talking about in the finale I m talking about all over the book Little little things get the Deus Ex Machina treatment Kid is poor Now he s got a sudden and unforeshadowed inheritance that the reader didn t know about but MC Jacob did and never told us despite this being first person POV Need to test the effectiveness of guns against Jacob s superpower Have him shoot himself in the foot off screen and only mention it in passing dialogue to another character Jacob never remembers anything I m not saying he has Dementia but that he says I ve been in foster care since I was five ish and almost never mentions anything else about it again He doesn t need flashbacks to make it believable just to say something like the smell of burnt coffee reminded me of the first house I stayed inAnd the dialogue So Much Was Explained In Dialogue It killed me Instead of saying The beast clawed into my skin my soul writhing as fire consumed every ligament I wrapped my hands around myself in agony the beast s anger pounding in my temples The book will be like not a real uote It seems mad I told Oh everytime the beast returns it hurts worse I don t think I can take it much longerBut we almost never feel his agony just get these clipped conversations where he explains feelings we ve never felt him have And the character motivations were all over the place Once minute Jacob would be like this is dangerous The next he d be like Majestueux Viet-Nam yeah but it s cool Every other character did the same exact thing I just wished one would ve been the safety patrol friend consistently Milo one friend would ve been the let s use this to our advantage Oh and the MC would ve been a little selfish and otherwise flawed Anyway decent enough writing but poor poor story telling

Summary Thirteen Days to Midnight

Thirteen Days to Midnight Free read ✓ 105 You are indestructible These are the words that transfer an astonishing power to Jacob Fielding and it changes everything After all there's something addictive about testing the limits of fear experiencing the thrill of walking through fire or saving your friend from a beating in front of the whole schoolThen Ophelia James the beautiful and daring new girl in town su. I was so disappointed with this book The whole thing seemed a little unfocused and a bit random The whole book just dragged on from start to finish Jacob finds out that he has a superpower and so he and his two friends Milo and Ophelia Oh decide to play with it and see how far it can take them Pretty much the whole book consisted of these teenagers harming themselves to see if they can become injured whilst they have the power After that they decide to try and save a couple of people by giving them the power and so they come out of danger unscathed with nobody seriously asking how or why The characters weren t believable or endearing Milo and Oh seemed like pretty bad best friends and Jacob treated Milo appallingly favouring a girl he d only met a few days ago The reasonably random run ins with the school bully Ethan didn t work its as though Carman didn t really know what Ethan was like at all saying that he was tolerable one moment but frightening the next None of the characters felt very distinct The characters dialog and plot were lacking and so this is not one that I d recommend

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Thirteen Days to Midnight Free read ✓ 105 Ggests that they use the power to do good to save others at risk of death But with every heroic act the power grows into the specter of a curse How to decide who lives and who dies And why does darkness seem to be chasing them Jacob only has thirteen days to figure out how to harness this terrifying power and the answer is chilling What if he has to kill the one he l. Ugh I finished it but it took a lot out of me to keep going It s just really not very good The writing is pretty awful The dialogue is worse and the plot doesn t really work Not to mention the oh so stellar character development that had me immediately invested in these oh so believable characters blegh Yeah really THAT bad I only kept reading because the premise was interesting and I kept telling myself Surely if it s published it needs to have SOME redeeming uality yeah no The dialogue probably bothered me the most These kids were OUT of time They sprinkled in modern expressions but made references that are older than I am They all had the SAME voice and it wasn t a very good one It was young and confused and completely unsure Additionally there were weird set ups like Ethan He s a guy who is kind of a jerk but he s described as that one guy we all know who is kind of a jerk but we still tolerate him and hang out anyway So how exactly did he become this big bully This MAJOR threat And for that matter the seriousness of it all was kind of laughable Maybe its just proof that I m too old for some YA Because depending on your age THE GIRL or THE BULLY could be all thought consuming I guess maybe I skipped that ageOne thought comes to mind My best friend is a writer and once upon a time frustrated by a crappy manuscript he was reading he said If you re telling a story from a character s perspective and that character doesn t share information that s not creating mystery It s shitty writing Paraphrased and probably doing him NO justice I couldn t get that thought out of my head in this book I kept thinking IS this the manuscript he was reading Because someone had to read this before me Someone agreed to publish it flawed as it is Someone thought oh how cool that the narrator is keeping US in the dark while he pieces everything together Which makes no sense considering he can t stop thinking about THE GIRL long enough to focus on ANYTHING much less solve the frickkkin problemAnyway Yeah This book sucked Don t waste your time

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Thirteen Days to Midnight
  • Patrick Carman
  • English
  • 08 August 2019
  • 9780316004046