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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
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Sep 06, 11

really liked it
Read from August 13 to September 06, 2011

I picked up this book after I saw it several times on goodreads, and it had a great name and a unique cover. I had no idea what it was about. Overall, it was a pleasant surprise. The inclusion of photographs added a unique element, and I would suggest that readers resist looking through the book, but to discover the pictures as the story unfolds. A fun read with an enormous amount of quirkiness, though somehow I found more magic in the simplicity of the first half.
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Tasha-Lynn I loved the photos in this book! It made me want to know everything about the people in each of them!


Nicole Lundrigan Tasha-Lynn wrote: "I loved the photos in this book! It made me want to know everything about the people in each of them!"

I’d never heard of the book, but noticed several goodreads friends reading it, and the title and cover caught my attention. I agree – the pictures are unique… I’m trying not to flick through so that I discover the photos as I read.


Tasha-Lynn That was definitely something I couldnt refrain from doing! haha I love the fact that they are actual found photographs and that there are people out there that collect such things...(I liked the story too!)


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