Hollow City (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, #2) by Ransom Riggs

Hollow City (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, #2)  by Ransom Riggs

I loved the first book in this series, but I had a really hard time getting around to this one. Part of that was due to being seriously creeped out by the first one (I could not read it before bed). But when I found it at the library, I knew it was time to try it out. It picked up right were Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children left off, but the way it was written, was not frustrating if I could not remember everything from the first one. I found it to be interesting the whole way through, with never a dull moment, even if it was not an action scene. Something that I really liked about this book was the way that I was able to feel what the characters were feeling so well, I do not find that in every book. I also really liked the pictures that accompanied the description of the peculiar. Even though there was not a final battle in a sense, the conclusion was still thrilling and mysterious. I had no idea how it was going to end until the book finished, I kept thinking that there was more to happen, it could not end like it did, but it did. The ending was conclusive of the problem presented in this particular book, but inconclusive with the storyline of the whole series. I will defiantly read the next one and recommend anyone who likes creepy and time travel to read these. They are also great because even though it is not directly about it, it has a great message about acceptance.


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