Simon & Schuster, 1993 - 394 pages
Fifth volume in the Cutler family saga which began with D̀awn' and was followed by S̀ecrets of the morning' T̀wilight's child' and M̀idnight whispers'.
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Darkest Hour was really haunting and tragic to me. I loved it so much, but I don't feel like it convinces me enough that Lilian is justified in her actions later in her life. I found myself having a ... Read full review
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