Midnighters #3: Blue Noon - Chapters 17 - 18 Summary & Analysis

Scott Westerfeld
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Chapters 17 - 18 Summary

Chapter 17: Rex speaks to the ancient darklings. They tell him the hunt is coming. They tell him they are hungry. They try to get Rex to join them. They put their thoughts into Rex's mind. Rex considers being the predator but knows the darklings have already given him the information he needs. He uses a diversion by chanting, "Unconquerable" to escape the darklings.

Chapter 18: As the blue hour comes to an end, the five midnighters prepare to interrogate Angie. She unfreezes shocked by the sudden appearance of everyone. Melissa reads her mind to know she is telling them the truth. As they discuss when the end will come, Angie refers to darklings and slithers as monsters. This causes Rex to transform, taller, and stronger than his human self. He warns Angie that she caused him to be this way and the...

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