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Hollow City - Ransom Riggs

What a great sequal to a great first book.


Once again Ransom Riggs used vintage photos in his book to create a wonderful world inside his story. For me these pictures really are an asset to the story, they make you feel like you are right there with all your peculiar friends. 


Jacob and his friends are trying their best to fight of the wights who are killing peculairs all over the world. This mindblowing sequal has more adventure, thrilling life-or-dead situations and a spark of romance. 


I for one cannot wait for volume 3. 


Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Ransom Riggs

This book grabbed me from the start. I am a huge fiction fan but never had I read a book as great as this. You can understand my excitement when i found out there was a sequal and now #3 is in the making.

If you love romantic vintage novels than this really is a book for you.


Jacob is a boy who never really fit in and doesn't have many friends. And when he travels to Cairnholm after his grandfathers death he will find out why. Jacob is peculiar. He has powers normal people don't have and he is about to discover a world full of peculiars. 

Jacob has finally found his place in the world but evil forces threaten to take it all away. Jacob and his new found companions are going to have fight for their lives and their home. 



What I've been missing in my youth

Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1: Professor Gargoyle - Charles Gilman

Thanks to the wonderfull people of Quirkbook I got to read the book I've missed in my own childhood. I am currently 22 years old and I still very much enjoyed this book. I also very much wish this book was around when I was 10. 


In Lovecraft middle school #1 the school in introduced and you will meet Robbie, a very shy and sweet boy, who has been redistricted to Lovecraft Middle school. Soon he finds out that the school is not what it looks like and has to face all kinds of monsters.


Very enjoyable and easy to read (ofcourse this is my opinion as a 22 year old bookworm so maybe for kids, for whom this is meant, it's not so easy at all with words as Yog-sothtot and such.)