Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine's Home for  Peculiar Children

Jacob's grandfather has always told him outlandish stories about the children he grew up with in Miss Peregrine's orphanage. Tales of a girl who could only stay grounded when tethered, an invisible young man who couldn't be identified but for his floating clothes. And he had photos to support his claims. As Jacob grows older, he stops giving credence to the old man's anecdotes, until tragedy strikes and he finds himself in Wales exploring the remains of the building where his grandfather lived as a young man. Could he have been telling the truth about the children after all? Read the novel to find out!
The story is accompanied by vintage black and white photographs that add a sense of mystery and spookiness to the plot. The book is a little creepy, but not so scary that those of us that don't like horror won't be able to read it. It's fast-paced and quick to get through. And if you've enjoyed it, there are several more books in the series! Overall, 4.5/5 stars.