Book Reviews of Drinking Midnight Wine

Drinking Midnight Wine
Drinking Midnight Wine
Author: Simon R. Green
ISBN-13: 9780451458674
ISBN-10: 0451458672
Publication Date: 2/1/2002
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Roc Trade
Book Type: Paperback
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Very good. I loved Green's Nightmare and Nightstalker series and this was true to form.
FRom bk of book: Toby Dexter is a slave to his own daily grind. One evening he gets a reprieve in the form of a beautiful woman riding the same train. He follows her thru a rainstorm and watches as she opens a door in a wall that wasn't there before...
So he follows her thru the door where a serpent stirs awake and an angel falls....
Welsome to Mysterie...
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Everybody thinks Gaiman is great but Green is so much better!
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I didn't know what to expect when I hose this book, but I love Green's Nightside, Deathstalker and Hawk & Fisher novels. In chronological publishing order, Drinking Midnight Wine was written before any of the Nightside novels, and you can see Green fleshing out the idea of the Nightside in this book. I am very glad I read it!
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Enjoyed this book. This came out before the Nightside series and contains many references that Nightside fans will recognize. If you like the Nightside series, you'll like this book.
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Entertaining and fun to read. I liked the characters, only wished that it lasted just a little longer than it did.