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After Midnight: Volume One

by Patrick Cunningham

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Have just finished reading reading After midnight volume one by Patrick Cunningham. Literally judging the book by the cover I was surprised at how much my imagination was activated. I finished this book in one night, although the first story "The Beginning" is a little drawn out, the rest of the stories make up for it. The book is a series of short stories based around the four main characters, Ben, Jackie, Rodger, and Sarah and their battles with the forces of darkness. Once you get into this book it allows you to use your imagination and run headlong into a world of action and adventure. The book reaches a wonderful climax with the last story titled "The Desert moon" and tells the tale of military might and human experiments which go terribly and drastically wrong and what they created just leave a bloody trail behind them.
According to the author Patrick Cunningham, he started to write these stories when he was only ten years old, and continued to write to age fourteen when he he just put the stories to one side and forgot all about them until earlier this year 2008 he rediscovered them and read them for his fiancee and her family. The rest as they say is history, and this book After Midnight is set for a trilogy and I am already looking forward to the next book. Although written when he was a young age, this book carries a teenage mind frame that really shows what an imagination he had at that young age. now in his thirties I wonder how the next installment of After Midnight will fare out. If he can write like this at ten, I can only imagine what he can write now. This is a book that is well worth a read and I would recommend it to any one that has a good use of their imagination because once you let yourself become one of the characters then that's when these stories really come to life and give you a thoroughly enjoyable read. ( )
  patrickc | Dec 17, 2008 |
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