Skip to main content
PBS logo
Want fewer ads?

Search - The Midnight Club

The Midnight Club
The Midnight Club
Author: Christopher Pike
They were all going to die. — Rotterham Home was a hospice for young people, a place where teenagers with terminal illnesses went to die.  Nobody who checked in ever checked out.  It was a place of pain and sorrow, but also, remarkably, a place of humor and adventure.  At the hospice was a group of five young men and women who call...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671872632
ISBN-10: 067187263X
Publication Date: 2/1/1994
Pages: 221
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 2
Reviews: Member | Amazon | Write a Review

Top Member Book Reviews

Cheshire-Cat avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 20 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This Pike book is bitter-sweet, a great tale that will catch you up in it even if at the end you are a little saddened by its conclusion. A very different book for him, not so much horror unless you look at the horror of cancer and especially the horror of young people who have terminal cancer. A great read well worth your time.
Read All 9 Book Reviews of "The Midnight Club"

Please Log in to Rate these Book Reviews

amber681 avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 4 more book reviews
I am in my 30's now and to this day this is one of my favorite books. It's an unforgettable read. I couldn't put it down. Over the years I have read it multiple times.
candyaddict avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on
This book is really entertaining and very well written. Certainly worth spending hours of reading.
venus avatar reviewed The Midnight Club on + 33 more book reviews
Christopher Pike is like the little more risque version of R.L. Stine. Typically, his books have some graphic language and/or sexual references, but this book was quite different than his usual sort. It actually really endeared him to me as an author, because it was a pleasant surprise. He takes on a deeper role in this one, making this book feel completely different from his other books. A lot of his books have very different plots, though some of them tend to be a little cliche in the teen horror genre. This one was a direct departure in a new way, and that made it a pretty good read.


Want fewer ads?