Midnight Sun Book Review





Hello beauties,

I hope you're all having a great day. By the time you read this I will be traveling around the UK probably wishing I could do a load of laundry. Midnight Sun comes out on the 26th of this month so I wanted to make sure my review was up so you could go out and purchase it straight away. Keep on reading for my full review.


Midnight Sun by Trish Cook tells the story of 17-year-old Katie Price, who can't leave her house during the day. Katie has a rare disease that makes even the smallest of sunlight deadly.

One night, while singing at a deserted train station, Katie meets Charlie Reed, a boy she has watched from her window for years (not in a stalker way, I promise). By the end of the night, Katie is smitten but hasn't told Charlie her secret. She just wants to have a normal love story, before the reality kicks in - however, it does much sooner than Katie would've liked.

I don't want to give too much away as part of the thrill of reading the book is that you genuinely have no idea about how it's going to play out. I loved reading about Katie's story and found myself reliving my first love alongside Katie. I loved being in her world. As much as it was about first love, it was also about living life to the fullest. It was something I definitely needed to be reminded of especially in our society today when 'busy' is the new cool.

I enjoyed Trish Cook's writing style, it was almost diary-like. She captured Katie's feelings in a really unique way that made it feel like I was talking to a friend. I can't wait to see the film adaption coming out in 2018, starring Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger and I definitely can't wait to read more from Trish Cook.

RRP $19.99 available at all good book stores.

xxx Hayley


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