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Land of Midnight Days (The Silver Flute Trilogy Book 1) by [Jack, Katrina]
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Land of Midnight Days (The Silver Flute Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in The Silver Flute Trilogy (3 Book Series)

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Length: 314 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 583 KB
  • Print Length: 314 pages
  • Publisher: Ecanus Publishing (16 Aug. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008Z10Y3E
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #680,713 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A dystopian fantasy, set in a futuristic city and modernising demons and elves and ogres in a highly original way. Intended for a YA audience but complex enough to interest any age. I took the book on holiday and couldn't wait to get back from whatever I was doing to read the next bit. A real page turner by a talented new writer, clever and exciting.
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This book has fast moving plot with great characters and plot twists. The style of writing sets the atmosphere and mood of the locations, character and locations well. I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy and more works by this author.
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I don’t normally read Urban Fantasy. Until a few years ago, I wasn’t even aware such a genre existed. I’m very glad I was able to read this book. It is so unlike any other books out there, which for me is a great thing. Kudos to author Katrina Jack for such an interesting and tightly weaved story.
I love music. I love the tie in to the story with Jeremiah and his flute. This is first in a series of books and I’m looking forward to reading the others with great anticipation. Be happy with what you have is amply illustrated here. Imagine never having anything good happen to you in your life, but you are happy just the same. That is our hero Jeremiah. This is a fast paced read with well developed and memorable characters. If music cured all ills, Jeremiah is all set.
I really enjoyed reading Land of Midnight days and have no hesitation in recommending it to others looking for something new and different to read. I hated this book coming to an end.
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By tallpete33 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Nov. 2013
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I'd be lying if I said I thoroughly enjoyed this novel although it had it's fair share of "moments". It centred on young Jeremiah; a mute half Elwyn/norm whose only talent was to play an inscribed silver flute which he did nightly in the scuzzy bar of his brutish landlord / guardian, Ezra. For him daily life was about survival, being easy prey for the violent gang members who roamed the town with alacrity hunting down Elwyn or anyone else who crossed their path just for fun.

At first I thought the book was based in some middle earth-type land but when they began jumping into vans, clad in jeans and packing Glocks, the vision was muddied and a bit baffling to be honest. Ogres and guns don't really mix if you ask me and the author failed to set the scene to any great extent. We were dropped into the ubiquitous "Dystopian fantasy" in a city of no name, time or even planet inhabited by creatures about whom we were told little. The running theme was pure violence and hatred and this made initially it quite a tedious read as it basically lurched from fight to fight with bucketloads of claret spilt in every chapter. Jeremiah was a pretty colourless individual and his kin were a dour and pretty spiteful lot who knew of his "destiny" but strangely seemed indifferent to helping him with so much at stake. It was difficult to empathise with, and thus really root for the "good" guys in this sadly.

I'm not one for excessive padding in a novel but do feel the author skimmed on details for whatever reason. Agreed it is up to the reader to work with an author's book to imagine their own vision (that's the beauty of reading) but we are given scant detail regarding the land and it's characters and if you blinked you could easily miss pivotal moments in the plot. Overall, this novel definitely had a decent story but the telling of it could have been improved with an injection of warmth and humour and the dull cover does it no favours either.
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I fell in love with Jeremiah, the boy who runs from perils a seasoned hero would struggle to face. Who wouldn't like an understated character who surprises with ingenuity and hidden talents, and communicates through a charmed flute. A gripping and atmospheric story, not just for young readers.
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This is a dystopian YA fiction, a genre which has been on the rise since the success of the The Hunger Games. The story here is original and there are plenty of interesting characters involved in an alternative world. Even if you wouldn't normally read YA fiction, this is worth a go!
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Omg ! Katrina Jack is a wordsmith!,I had an amazing experience reading this book,I like the way the story describes the struggle of the less privileged and how hope and courage to find one's self no matter the circumstance can take one far.Beautiful story from a beautiful soul!.I recommend
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Powerful storytelling by a fresh new talent. There have been quite a few dystopian future-type books around but few deliver as well as this one. I think it is down to the characters and how believable Kate Jack makes them, which means you care what happens. Jeremiah is a very good main character and I think this book hits the mark for its target audience.
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