In the concluding book of the Mount Emily series, Patsy and Elena are now in Secondary Four and face having to leave Mount Emily Girls’ School by the end of the year. However, they soon find that graduating from their beloved school is the least of their concerns, as unexpected circumstances lead them to have a final showdown with the Midnight Warriors, and in so doing, change the course of time travel forever.
“I found this a riveting read. A complex story vividly told!”
— Tan Ter Cheah, author of One
“The story displays a keen sensitivity to human relationships, and will appeal to children, teens and the young at heart.”
— Huang Jinfang, English Language Teacher and Mother of Two
“Low Ying Ping has done it again with her second book, that sees Patsy and Elena on a rip-roaring, catch-in-the-throat adventure. I couldn’t put the book down. Firmly set in Singapore, yet a universal YA fantasy like any five-starred Amazon book I would buy for my children.”
— Hwee Goh, Former Journalist and Author of Timmy and Tammy Discover Children’s Book Series
“Author Ying Ping continues to build the characters and their relationships, injecting surprise elements into Midnight At Mount Emily that will keep her readers interested and engaged. There’s a bit of everything in this book - mystery, action, drama with a sprinkle of romance. A time travel adventure that kids can really sink their reading teeth into!”
— Suzanne Jung, Media Consultant and Former Channel NewsAsia News Anchor and Editor
“The third book in Low Ying Ping's Mt Emily series is yet another wonderful adventure as we are transported through a very much timeless adventure. The well pieced together plot is so incredibly creative and well written that it can and should be enjoyed by all ages. Seamlessly sewing the elements of a local Singapore book with that of a classic YA novel, I could barely put it down.
– Kyra Tan Kai Lin, 14, Singapore Chinese Girls' School
“This book made me go ‘wow!’ out loud when details that I didn't think were important all came together in the most unexpected way. I found myself thinking about the story and the characters even after I turned the last page.
– Annika Yeo, 12, Raffles Girls’ Primary School
“This nail-biting adventure never fails to entertain me no matter how many times I read it. I hope the next book will come soon.
– Wong Kylin, 11, Mayflower Primary School