Fairies, changelings, witches, circus/carnival 'oddities'.
Just children with odd paranormal abilities abandoned by their parents and now in hiding.
I'm not sure if I like Miss. Peregrine or not.
Not letting the children change at all seems a bit odd.
Locking everyone locatable from the same year into a loop, which has apparently been going on since the dawn of time - maybe I'm missing something.
I am looking forward to book 2 though. AFTER the bingo game.
It has been a while since I've done a Kindle book haul and I thought I better do it, because they are adding up. 99% were bought on monthly or daily deals discounts so $.99 to $2.99. The most I think I spent is $4.99. I've collected these since March.
In no particular order:
The Crown [This is #3. I own #1 on Kindle and not #2 yet. I will wait for a sale]
The Grave Tender [Read 4/5]
The Secret Mother [Read 4/5]
Meg, includes Meg: Origins [#1] [Read 4/5]
The Trench [Meg #2] [Read 3/5 Trigger Warnings: Rape & Attempted Rape]
Jaws [Read 4/5]
I wish you could have seen all the honours and kindnesses lavished on the children and the learned gentleman by those ancient Britons. You would have thought, to see them, that a child was something to make a fuss about, not a bit of rubbish to be hustled about the streets and hidden away in the workhouse.
E Nesbit. Not just a good author, but also a damn fine human being.