Hollow City (Miss Peregrine, #2)
Publish date: January 17th 2014
Publisher: Quirk Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children (#2)
More often than not, I struggle to like the second book of a trilogy and Hollow City is no exception. To me, the second book feels like all the boring bits between the excitement of discovery and the thrill of the finale stretched out to 'make do' as a book. In other words, book two is all existen...
Another solid entry; simple but imaginative writing with a clear and sometimes surprising progression. Good twists at the end. Fast read with a fun hook. Finding it less creepy than the first book, more fun and engaging. Definitely taking a different course from the movie as well.
Good sequal the opening book. I liked the characters running into other peculiar children, like the boy with the gypsies and the girl in London. Does drag out the book not finding out about Miss Peregrine until the end though, although I guess they want a third book. The whole story with Caul hap...
This was a pretty faced paced book. I read through it a lot quicker than the first book but I liked the first one better. This one didn't have the dry humor of the first. I missed that. I usually only read realistic fiction (mostly mysteries) so this story is a stretch for me. The hollows sound ...
Generally, I think I liked this one just slightly less than the first. The only things I have to mention are a couple of complaints. [spoiler] First, they were told Miss Peregrine had 2 days before she was stuck as a bird, so why did Jacob keep saying she had 3?Second, They were so dumb sometimes in...