Memories of Midnight
In THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT, they played the ultimate game of love, lust, and death.
Now, in MEMORIES OF MIDNIGHT, the survivors meet to play one last time…
Shadowed by tragedy and burdened by amnesia, a beautiful woman desperately tries to return to reality. She is Catherine Douglas, destined to once again challenge the cruel, charismatic power of Constantin Demiris, the Greek shipping tycoon who murdered Catherine’s husband. Now, in the glittering capitals and carefree playgrounds of post-war Europe, Demiris sets his deadly sights on Catherine — and the single, treacherous secret whose shattering truth is known to her alone…
Plot: Catherine wound up in a convent where she was taken care by nuns. She was given a job to work at Trade Corporation office in London. Constantin Demiris is a shipping tycoon who is responsible for giving Catherine a job. Little did Catherine know that she was Catherine Douglas. A woman believed to have been murdered by her husband and his mistress Noelle Page. Noelle was also the mistress of Demiris and he had set up the trial lawyers so that Larry and Noelle would be executed. Catherine’s memories causes a threat of revealing the crime of Demiris so he hired Atanas to assassinate her.
I really love this novel, I even finished it faster than the other books of Sidney Sheldon. I have been drawn to all the character’s personalities and lives like Catherine Alexander. I really love her character. She was nice and a character that I could easily be attached to. I can feel her pain each time she lost someone that are important to her where it could bring you to tears.
The writing style was by having 3 different stories rolling into one where you got to understand both sides of the character’s lives and how they eventually all rolled in together. From the start of Demiris’s life to the wonderful ending of Catherine Alaxander’s heartfelt story.
It is a not recommended for kids that are below 18 because it contains violence. But it is recommended for readers that loves genre of revenge and having power.
What others are saying about Memories of Midnight:
Sulaiman’s Work’s Review: Its a faced paced, gripping and an un-put-downable book from Sidney Sheldon.