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I loved every minute of it.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer“Though technically a children's book, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is more Grimm's than Disney, and Riggs images, dropped like bread crumbs, could lead audiences of any age happily down the path of its spellbinding tale.”—Florida Times-Union“Hands down, this is one of the best books of recent years..creepy and terrifyingly delicious.”—Forces of Geek From the Hardcover edition.
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Send them Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."—Mc Clatchy Wire Service“It’s an enjoyable, eccentric read, distinguished by well-developed characters, a believable Welsh setting, and some very creepy monsters.”— Publishers Weekly“An original work that defies categorization, this first novel should appeal to readers who like quirky fantasies.
Riggs includes many vintage photographs that add a critical touch of the peculiar to his unusual tale.”—Library Journal “His premise is clever, and Jacob and the children are intriguing characters.”—Booklist“Readers will find this book unique and intriguing.”— School Library Journal“Somewhat reminiscent of Jack Finney’s Time and Again, Rigg’s first novel is enchanting…highly recommended.”—Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine“In a time when so much summer entertainment seems to be more of the same, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is a pleasant surprise—a story that is fresh and new, engrosses and grips, and provides enough clues so that the ending makes sense and seems thoughtful.” —Popmatters.com“Brace yourself for the last 70 pages of relentless, squirm-in-your-chair action.
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