Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Trilogy Review

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Have you heard about the upcoming series Miss Peregrinea��s Peculiar Children by best selling author, Ransom Riggs? Of course you have! This book set is a mixture of fantasy, horror and mystery- perfect for anyone who's ready for an adventure of a different kind!A�

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Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Trilogy Review

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Synopsis

The books in this series are titled Miss Peregrinea��s Home for Peculiar Children (#1), Hollow City (#2), and Library of Souls (#3). The protagonist of the story is Jacob Portman, an average sixteen-year-old. Ever since he was a child, his grandfather, Abe Portman, has been showing him a collection of pictures of various peculiar people, each having a different trait such as Olive Elephanta, who has been lighter than a feather ever since birth! (The best part of the series are the countless vintage photos throughout the books which add so much more to the thrilling adventure!) Through a series of events, Jacob discovers that what he thought were only stories is much more than that when he meets the peculiar children themselves. They are in much more danger than he anticipated as well. As Jacob and the peculiar children walk among the dangerous shadows in a hidden world, Jacob develops his character and discovers that he may be peculiar as well!

 

Review

I highly recommend this book trilogy primarily because the story-line is thrilling and it is very different from what I’m used to reading. I was never once bored reading the series because the story-line keeps building and it hasn’t been at all predictable. I really enjoyed the selection of peculiar photos because it added wonder to the stories and contributed to insight on the time periods. I also enjoyed the character development throughout and how much we learn to love the characters. Ending this series has really made me sad because of how connected to the peculiar world I feel and it has left me lustful for an even greater adventure! Ransom Riggs is a wonderful author! 5 stars all around!

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