I'm really disappointed. This book started out pretty well, with Midnight, a small town in Texas, and its unusual locals, with a series of mysterious suicides at the cross-road, with a fascinating interaction between the characters.
And then? Then nothing happened. For ages, the plot drifted from one backstory to a sidestory to another backstory to another bit about a character, all of which had little to do with the mysterious suicides. What added to the disappointment was that the story then made a lot of references to the previous books in the story - none of which, again, was all that relevant to the mysterious suicides.
I lost interest about 30% percent in but struggled on because I hoped the narrative would pick up. It didn't really.
I finished it for Halloween Bingo (vampire square) but just because I wasn't going to let reading this book be a wasted effort.