Summary: The fourth book in the Born at Midnight series, is a modern fantasy with some horror edge. The main character, Kylie Galen, learns that she is a supernatural chameleon. This means that she can switch between vampire, werewolf, and other supernatural species. She can also see and speak with ghosts and contains the ability to gain powers when defending other people. She goes to a boarding school for other supernatural people like her. In this part of the series, Kylie faces a new murder mystery with three victims of a serial killer, one being the twin sister of the headmaster of the school. The murder creates some very curious questions about the headmaster, as well as Kylie’s abilities in protecting and how the supernatural world truly functions. Kylie’s mysterious grandparents and relatives also are trying to get her to leave the school and join them in their homes. In the end, Kylie must solve the crime and find the murderer before they take their next victims.
Overall Review: This was all in all a great book. The word choice was perfectly fit, and the dialogue was very well executed. The characters were memorable, and the author’s development remained consistent. The main character especially was easily lovable and the reader became attached within the first page. However, the ending was a tad off key and left many questions unanswered. All in all, it was a great book that lived up to its previous novels.