The Midnight Saint by Mitchel Whitington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I found this book to be an interesting read. It is not your typical supernatural books with ghosts, werewolves, vampires, ghouls, and other monsters. Instead it is a more religious supernatural in which the Saint Lucia appears to Adam, a man who believes he is going to die, as a ghost like being. Lucia is not in fact ghost, meaning a restless spirit, but instead sent by god to answer one question of Adam's a night for twelve nights on the last night Adam is allowed to question Lucia on his own death, but only one question. I found myself liking the book I thought that Lucia was going to be some ghost or other creature. I found myself almost believing that this book could be more than fiction. The way the book ends makes you wonder if this might have been a true story after all.
This is a great book for anyone, but especially people who have a fear of their death or the death of someone close to them.
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