[Ebook] The Midnight Dance By Nikki Katz – Anguillais.us

The Midnight Dance When The Music Stops, The Dance Begins.Seventeen Year Old Penny Is A Lead Dancer At The Grande Teatro, A Finishing School Where She And Eleven Other Young Women Are Training To Become The Finest Ballerinas In Italy Tucked Deep Into The Woods, The School Is Overseen By The Mysterious And Handsome Young Master Who Keeps The Girls Ensconced In The Estate And In The Only Life Penny Has Never Known.But When Flashes Of Memories, Memories Of A Life Very Different From The One She Thinks She S Been Leading, Start To Appear, Penny Begins To Question The Grand Teatro And The Motivations Of The Master With A Kind And Attractive Kitchen Boy, Cricket, At Her Side, Penny Vows To Escape The Confines Of Her School And The Strict Rules That Dictate Every Step She Takes But At Every Turn, The Master Finds A Way To Stop Her, And Penny Must Find A Way To Escape The School And Uncover The Secrets Of Her Past Before It S Too Late.

[Ebook] The Midnight Dance  By Nikki Katz – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Midnight Dance
  • Nikki Katz
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 1250123712

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] The Midnight Dance By Nikki Katz – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I love the cover for this book so I m so sad that it was so bad It was just weird, confusing and uncomfortable I don t know if it s just because I don t like thrillers, so take my opinion as you will with that knowledge, but I had so much t...


  2. says:

    So, okay, this was a very quick DNF and I have three reasons why and I m going to start calling them the Holy Trinity of YA Genre Fic Fails the Petty DramaTM on the literal first page that is of course between our heroine and a More Liked Mean Girl That is definitely not being set up for subversion So far is the most important conflict of the book, but of course girl will not become an interesting or complex villain Girl is a bitch Boycott character development 2k17 the main character d So, okay, this was a very quick DNF and I have three reasons why and I m going to start calling them the Holy Trinity of YA Genre Fic Fails the Petty DramaTM on the literal first page that is of course between our heroine and a More Liked Mean Girl That is definitely not being set up for subversion So far is the most important conflict of the book, but of cour...


  3. says:

    3.5 stars I m not quite sure how to feel On one hand, the writing was absolutely lovely, but I think the story was a bit of a miss for me personally, though that might be due to personal preferences But let me say this first this would make an incredible film Can someone please make this into a movie Thanksssss.Penny is one of many dancers held up in the Master s estate At the beginning, she starts to realize her memories are off kilter and something is very wrong Despite being drawn 3.5 stars I m not quite sure how to feel On one hand, the writing was absolutely lovely, but I think the story was a bit of a miss for me personally, though that might be due to personal preferences But let me say this first this would make an incredible film Can someone please make this into a movie Thanksssss.Penny is one of many dancers held up in the Master s estate At the beginning, she starts to realize her memories are off kilter and something is very wrong Despite being drawn to the very handsome Master the owner of the estate , Penny discovers he s doing something to manipulate all the girls Sounds cool right I was super into the first few chapters The plot takes no time to dive you in deep, and I was totally int...


  4. says:

    4.5 stars I loved this Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Midnight Dance by Nikki KatzPublisher Swoon ReadsPublication Date October 17, 2017Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Seventeen year old Penny is a lead dancer at the Grande Teatro, a finishing school where she and eleven other young women are training to become the finest ballerinas in Italy Tucked deep into the woods, the school is overseen by the mysterious and handsome young Mas 4.5 stars I loved this Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Midnight Dance by Nikki KatzPublisher Swoon ReadsPublication Date October 17, 2017Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads Seventeen year old Penny is a lead dancer at the Grande Teatro, a finishing school where she and eleven other young women are training to become the finest ballerinas in Italy Tucked deep into the woods, the school is overseen by the mysterious and handsome young Master who keeps the girls ensconced in the estate and in the only life Penny has never known.But when flashes of memories, memories of a life very different from the one she thinks she s been leading, start to appear, Penny begins to question the Grand Teatro and the motivations of the Master With a kind and attractive kitchen boy, Cricket, at her side, Penny vows to escape the con...


  5. says:

    Thank you, Macmillan, for sending me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.She shouldn t miss the touch of this man who had done such despicable things, a man who forced people to serve under his control After giving meh ratings to two Swoon Reads titles Just Friends and Kissing Max Holden , I was a little hesitant to read this book However, as usual, the cover was so attractive that I just had to go beyond the title and copyright pages Thankfully, I did not regret my decision Thank you, Macmillan, for sending me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.She shouldn t miss the touch of this man who had done such despicable things, a man who forced people to serve under his control After giving meh ratings to two Swoon Reads titles Just Friends and Kissing Max Holden , I was a little hesitant to read this book However, as usual, the cover was so attractive that I just had to go beyond the title and copyright pages Thankfully, I did not regret my decision.Before you proceed, be warned that this book isn t a typical YA contemporary novel It is act...


  6. says:

    DNF at 21%I ll admit to being sucked in by that cover, but I really liked the synopsissadly, that s the nicest thing I can say about what I read Penny and the other girls seem horribly flat Master is creepy af and I spent a good portion of the time reading wondering if he was sexually assaulting the girls Cricket does seem to care about Penny, but it s weird that he kno...


  7. says:

    This book definitely needs to be made into a movie.Penny can t remember who she really is How strange is it that she can t remember her favourite meal, and all the girls at Grade Teatro have a similar memory of who their mother was and why they ended up there The only thing that the girls can remember is their dance routine, and that they must never disobey the Master When Penny s memories start to return, she is desperate to keep them, and find outabout who she really was before she be This book definitely needs to be made into a movie.Penny can t remember who she really is How strange is it that she can t remember her favourite meal, and all the girls at Grade Teatro have a similar memory of who their mother was and why they ended up there The only thing that the girls can remember is their dance routine, and that they mu...


  8. says:

    Mini review DNFI read part of this book on Swoon Reads.This book is just not for me It seems to be a bit of thriller Which is a genre I avoid.Still recommend.


  9. says:

    The Midnight Dance is a daring, heart pounding read It was full of character, intrigue, and mystery This fast paced read is sure to captivate and move you What can I say about The Midnight Dance I found it mysterious and thrilling I felt like it held inspiration from The Phantom of the Opera It offered danger, passion, and unexpected twists that I found fascinating This one was truly unique.I enjoyed the world building and plot Though, I wish the...


  10. says:

    Phew Ok, that was a tough read, and boy am I glad it s over I really can t think of manyways that The Midnight Dance could have let me down.It s only 320 pages long and took me a month to read, and I ve got to admit, from the 40% mark I was skimming it The lingering question I was left with was ultimately, why I don t understand why anything in this book happened And I must warn you, that if you proceed to read f...

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