memories of midnight by sidney sheldon

Written by Darlyn At Saturday, August 28, 2010
Title: Memories of Midnight
Author: Sidney Sheldon
Pages: 416
Rating: 4/5

Summary:

A sequel of The Other Side of Midnight. Catherine lost her memory and wound up in a convent in the care of nuns. She is later taken in by shipping tycoon Constantin Demiris and given a job in his Trade Corporation office in London. Catherine is actually Catherine Douglas, a woman believed to have been murdered by her husband Larry and his mistress Noelle Page. Noelle was also the mistress of Constantin and he had set up the trial lawyers so that Larry and Noelle would be executed. Catherine's emergence causes a threat of exposure to Constantin and he hires Atanas to assassinate her.

My Say:

It's another re-read, as last few days I've read The Other Side of Midnight, I thought I have to read this one too. I never expect less from Sidney Sheldon. The elements of surprise and a brilliant twist always hit me. The book is actually a great conclusion to The Other Side of Midnight. I loved seeing how everything wrapped up, and finally Costantin got the final blow of what was coming to him. That is totally a satisfaction to a reader like me that loathe him!

Sheldon did an outstanding job captivating my attention. He held my interest from the beginning, to the very end. As I was reading along the story I began to comprehend the plot and relate to the first book. As expected, Constantin was a man not to be taken lightly. He was feared as much as he was loved, a mastermind that almost everything seemed to go his way. I never thought he would take Catherine and save her only to avenge his grudge from his past.

Catherine, being naive and lost her memories, was tortured by her past because she couldn't remember it and until she got out of her safe haven. She thought Costantin as her savior without knowing she was about to be assassinated. Like The Other Side of Midnight, Sidney Sheldon was very suspenseful, a master of plot twisting and a great story teller.

The book is a page turner, fast pace and a brilliant read indeed. I've read quite many suspense and thriller books with good plot twisting. However, Sidney Sheldon is always on my top of masters of plot twister author as I truly found his books always have brilliant twist. I recommend this book to anyone who has a sense of suspense, thrill and adventure.

13 comments:

  1. Great review Darlyn, my fav by him is Master of the Game. I haven't SSheldon in a long time, I should try these ones.

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  2. sounds like this one is really good! great review, darlyn!

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  3. Fabulous review, Darlyn! I can tell you really enjoyed this book. I'm glad it was a good conclusion to the series. I should check it out!

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  4. Ooh, suspense, thrill, AND adventure? Sounds great! Great reveiw:)

    -leslie

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  5. I'm sad to say that I actually haven't read any Sidney Sheldon books. *um, oops* Will definitely be rectifying that :)

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  6. +JMJ+

    Another Sidney Sheldon book I haven't read! =P But if you keep rereading and reviewing, Darlyn, I suppose there will be one that is common to us both soon. =)

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  7. Great review. Gotta love a good page turner.

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  8. I don't think I realized there's a sequel to The Other Side of Midnight! I'm going to have look for this book.

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  9. I have never read Sydney Sheldon but after reading your review here I think I need to.

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  10. Another great review from Darlyn!! I think I just can't hold back anymore. I should pick up Sheldon's writing because thriller is one of my favourite Genre. Well, what more to expect from a forensic student right! Haha! thanks for sharing Darlyn!! Have a nice day...=)

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  11. Now this one sounds like a book I'd really enjoy. I don't know why but I am intrigue in reading books in which the man has multiple faces. Great review Darlyn. I think if I'm going to read anything by Sheldon, this one will be the first I'd try!

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  12. I absolutely agree with you...Memories of Midnight is truly one of his most thrilling novels...it's captivating and a real page-turner...
    Great review as well :)

    I've recently published a post on the Top 10 Sidney Sheldon books

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