“I had just come to accept that my life would be ordinary when extraordinary things began to happen.” – Ransom Riggs. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the first book in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series. The majority of this book is set on an island off the coast of Wales following a family … Continue reading Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs.
Tales of the Peculiar is a book mentioned in Riggs’ series Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children. It is a book of tales, peculiar tales. The kind of tales that Peculiar children would have heard growing up, like fairy tales. If I was to compare this book to another, I’d say it’s a little like what The Tales of … Continue reading Review: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs.
Earlier this evening I went to the cinema to watch the recently released Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. You may recall that not too long ago I posted reviews of each of the books in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series. I absolutely loved these books and greatly enjoyed them, so despite a few concerns, I … Continue reading Movie: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
The author kindly sent me a copy of her book, The Heir of Tara, to review, so here are my honest thoughts and opinions surrounding this book. The Heir of Tara is the first in a fantasy series. Evie, our protagonist, is just about to start college in Salem and it really isn’t long until she … Continue reading Review: The Heir of Tara by Shannon Carter.
“No one can hurt you as badly as the people you love.” – Ransom Riggs. Library of Souls is the third and final book in Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children trilogy. The series follows the adventures of Jacob Portman and his encounters with peculiar children in their fight to save peculiardom. Riggs’ creative and unique world based … Continue reading Review: Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs.
“Laughing doesn’t make bad things worse any more than crying makes them better. It doesn’t mean you don’t care, or that you’ve forgotten. It just means that you’re human.” – Ransom Riggs. Hollow City is the sequel to Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children which I reviewed last week and have linked to. After thoroughly enjoying … Continue reading Review: Hollow City by Ransom Riggs.
A: Adams, Douglas and Lloyd, John The Meaning of Liff Ahern, Cecelia Flawed Andrews, Jesse Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Aveyard, Victoria Red Queen, Glass Sword, Queen Song, Steels Scars B: Beyman, Giulia Words In the Dark Black, Benjamin Even the Dead Bourne, Holly The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting Brunkhorst, Alex The Gilded Life of Matilda Duplaine Burt, Alexandra Little … Continue reading Index
When I was first tagged to do this I mistakenly thought that I had already done this. It appears that I was wrong because I have previously done The Harry Potter Tag which is very different. I was tagged to do this by two people: Not Capulet and Captivated By Fantasy. Thank you to the … Continue reading The Harry Potter Book Tag.
You may recall me saying that I was going on a book buying ban for the month of May… Clearly, that hasn’t worked out. In my defence I actually only paid for one of these book myself and that’s because it was the third book in the series and therefore I coudn’t go on without … Continue reading May Book Haul.
“Books may well be the only true magic.” – Alice Hoffman. Another month, another stack of new books. This month I have bought four books which is probably my average amount of books per month and I hate to say it, but it’s probably enough as it has brought me to a total of twenty-four books on … Continue reading February Book Haul.