Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

“Stars, too, were time travelers. How many of those ancient points of light were the last echoes of suns now dead? How many had been born but their light not yet come this far? If all the suns but ours collapsed tonight, how many lifetimes would it take us to realize we were alone? I had always known the sky was full of mysteries—but not until now had I realized how full of them the earth was.”


Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

The theme of this novel revolves around the limits of the imagination and growing up. The novel perfectly portrays how the loss of innocence as a child can affect one's open-mindedness later on. Furthermore, this book deals with themes such as the grief felt with the loss of a loved one, the terrors of war, and the pain of lies and secrets.

by Ransom Riggs

This fictional tale follows the life of Jacob, a seemingly ordinary teen. When Jacob was younger, his grandfather used to read him stories of his days in Miss Peregrine's home. These strange tales told of children who could control fire, float, and even turn invisible. After his grandfather's gruesome death, 16-year-old Jacob embarks on a journey to Europe with his father. Jacob hopes to find the peculair home his grandfather resided in. His journey reveals mysterious truths, hidden powers, and an absolutely terrifying enemy that must be stopped.


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