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Midnight Never Come England flourishes under the hand of its Virgin Queen Elizabeth, Gloriana, last and most powerful of the Tudor monarchsBut a great light casts a great shadowIn hidden catacombs beneath London, a second Queen holds court Invidiana, ruler of faerie England, and a dark mirror to the glory above In the thirty years since Elizabeth ascended her throne, fae and mortal politics have become inextricably entwined, in secret alliances and ruthless betrayals whose existence is suspected only by a fewTwo courtiers, both struggling for royal favor, are about to uncover the secrets that lie behind these two thrones When the faerie lady Lune is sent to monitor and manipulate Elizabeth s spymaster, Walsingham, her path crosses that of Michael Deven, a mortal gentleman and agent of Walsingham s His discovery of the hidden player in English politics will test Lune s loyalty and Deven s courage alike Will she betray her Queen for the sake of a world that is not hers And can he survive in the alien and Machiavellian world of the fae For only together will they be able to find the source of Invidiana s power find it, and break it A breathtaking novel of intrigue and betrayal set in Elizabethan England Midnight Never Come seamlessly weaves together history and the fantastic to dazzling effect


10 thoughts on “Midnight Never Come

  1. says:

    Finally, after spending time trying to conceptualize my review of Midnight Never Come, I have come up with the perfect metaphor for how I feel about this book I feel like a Chopped judge I m sorry for anyone who hasn t stumbled upon the food network and watched the show Not just any Chopped judge, mind you, but one who has been presented with a pla


  2. says:

    I actually picked this up before I ever got into the Lady Trent books, which I have loved so much, but I bought it again when Titan reissued it with a pretty new cover Fired up with enthusiasm for Brennan s work and knowing there s a wait until the next Lady Trent book, I finally decided to read it I was a bit daunted by the length, but in the end t


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    Beneath Elizabethan London, there is a hidden city, where the faerie queen Invidiana holds court The deal she made with Queen Elizabeth long ago draws mortal Michael Deven and fae Lady Lune, each seeking to gain knowledge and power, into a deadly web of political intrigue which tangles their fates and the fates of their courts together I liked Brenna


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    This is an elegantly written historical fantasy about two queens and two courts, the mortal one of Elizabeth I, and the fae, known as the Onyx Court, of Invidiana The two courts are linked both by physical proximity the Onyx Court is beneath the city of London and by an arrangement between the two monarchs when Invidiana raises the young Elizabeth to


  5. says:

    3.5 stars I really wanted to adore this one, because it combines two of my all time favourite things faeries and Tudors And while I did like it, I didn t love it quite as much as I was hoping to, which is kind of disappointing, because there needs to befantasy tudor books JustI need them But this was quite different from what I had thought it might be


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    In 1588, England flourishes under the rein of Queen Elizabeth, but deep in the hidden catacombs beneath London, a second queen reins Invidiana, the cruel, cold hearted ruler of faerie England Above ground, Deven enters Elizabeth s court while below ground, Lune is cast from Invidiana s court, and when the two are drawn together they must discover the se


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    MIDNIGHT NEVER COMESet during the reign of Elizabeth I, Midnight Never Come tells of two Englands one a realm of mortals ruled by Elizabeth, and one a realm of fairies, ruled by the heartless and exceedingly ruthless Invidiana The two realms and the two rulers are linked by a pact which brought both queens to their thrones But while Elizabeth has no inte


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    With her latest book, Brennan has moved fromtraditional sword sorcery to intricate historical fantasy Anyone wanting or expectingof the same might be disappointed I was not Set in the late 16th century, Midnight Never Comes opens with a pact between two women who will soon become the most powerful rulers in England Elizabeth the Virgin Queen, and Invidian


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Midnight Never Come is a tale of twos Two Courts Mortal Invidiana Suspiria The moral court is the court of Queen Elizabeth I of England At the start of the story Elizabeth is her prime as monarch Her kingdom is secure thanks to the defeat of the Spanish Armada, but she is plagu


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    2.5This is the sort of book which should be right up my alley a historical fantasy, with Elizabeth Tudor, no less, and fae The book has a slow build and stuff didn t really seem to be really interesting until the last, like, 25% of the book.It s an historical fiction with only glimpses of history, and sometimes give in info dumps And a fae story with a diff


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