A Map of Days: Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children

December 11, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Genius way in which to write I was so excited to see that there would be more books to this series. I absolutely loved the first three, I think it is a genius way in which to write, including vintage photographs and weaving a story through them.When we left Jacob he had come home to Florida in which the peculiar followed suit and came to find him ending on what I thought was a lovely open ending. Well it did not stop there which I was about to find out. Oh how I have missed Ransoms writing. A Map of Days sat on…

Anonymous says:

Amazing books! This is the 4th in series Absolutely love these books, had the first 3 for ages and didn’t even know this one existed but it’s a must and ALL of the books (miss peregrine, hollow city and library of souls) are so good, well worth a read! Totally different reading experience to what I’m used to but in a good way, has pictures all the way through all the book of characters and places described, all actual photos the author has collected and wrote the books around/incorporated into it!

Anonymous says:

Spellbinding Having read the first three books in the Peculiar series and thoroughly enjoyed them, I was thrilled to see that a fourth book was on the way. And it was worth the wait! This is a big book, and very lengthy. I read it in one sitting though because the action is so fast-paced and the adventures come thick and fast.I won’t give any plot spoilers away other than to say we learn so much more about each of the beloved characters and their history, and we get a fantastic insight into American…

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