Midnight in Dublin – A Review

makes you want to “follow the protagonist up and down the streets of Dublin” – a wonderful review of “Midnight in Dublin” by Oloriel

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Midnight in Dublin is an emotional, fantastical, psychological tale, from the pen of M. C. Dulac.
What I liked most about this book is the vivid and captivating descriptions of the location; they were filled with enticing imagery, but not too burdening and boring, they are the kind of descriptions that make you want to open Google maps and follow the protagonist up and down on the streets of Dublin.
The characters in the book are shown in a way which makes them feel very real, I really like that the writer included a lot of the protagonists thoughts and doubts and was not afraid to repeat them, for me this made the plot and characters more believable, human and relatable.
Another strong point of this book is definitely the fantastical elements. They retain enough mystery to keep you worried, curious and unsure of the outcomes until the last…

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