Midnighters #3: Blue Noon Themes

Scott Westerfeld
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Good versus Evil

The midnighters all share an obvious question of their own humanity. They have this secret ability and often wonder if they are using it for the good of the community or causing more harm. Rex and Melissa have more powerful abilities that plague them even during the day. Melissa knows of the mindcasters' past and wonders if they really did some of the rumored evil things she has not learned about. She believes Angie's story that the mindcasters manipulated business deals in the past. Melissa knows she has even ripped minds apart like Rex's dad, leaving him an invalid. She assures herself that she did this to stop the abuse he was giving to Rex but Melissa is still unsure of herself. Rex's strength as a halfling causes him to feel like the bad guy when his anger builds up. Even in the very first chapter...

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