Midnight and the Meaning of Love

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Midnight and the Meaning of Love
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Final cover image
Author Sister Souljah
Country United States
Language English
Genre Literary fiction
Urban fiction
Publisher Atria/Simon & Schuster
Publication date
April 12, 2011
Published in English
April 12, 2011
Media type Print
E-book
Pages 624
ISBN ISBN 978-1-4391-6535-5 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-4391-6536-2 (trade paperback)
ISBN 978-1-4516-3742-7 (e-book)
Preceded by The Coldest Winter Ever (1999) and Midnight: A Gangster Love Story (2008)
Followed by A Deeper Love Inside: the Porsche Santiaga Story (2013)

Midnight and the Meaning of Love, originally known as Midnight 2: Word is Bond, is a novel by Sister Souljah that was published by Atria/Simon & Schuster on April 12, 2011. It was originally scheduled to be published on November 2, 2010,[1] and it continues the story begun in Midnight: A Gangster Love Story.

Midnight travels to Japan in order to reunite with his wife, Akemi Nakamura, and bring her back to New York. She was taken away from him by her father, Naoko, a very successful businessman and minor celebrity in Japan, who does not approve of their union.

Original cover design

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