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Having defeated the monstrous threat that nearly destroyed the peculiar world, Jacob Portman is back where his story began, in Florida. Except now Miss Peregrine, Emma, and their peculiar friends are with him, and doing their best to blend in. But carefree days of beach visits and normalling lessons are soon interrupted by a discovery—a subterranean bunker that belonged to Jacob’s grandfather, Abe.

Clues to Abe’s double-life as a peculiar operative start to emerge, secrets long hidden in plain sight. And Jacob begins to learn about the dangerous legacy he has inherited—truths that were part of him long before he walked into Miss Peregrine’s time loop.

Now, the stakes are higher than ever as Jacob and his friends are thrust into the untamed landscape of American peculiardom—a world with few ymbrynes, or rules—that none of them understand. New wonders, and dangers, await in this brilliant next chapter for Miss Peregrine’s peculiar children.

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Comments on: "A map of days – Ransom Riggs" (2)

  1. Millie said:

    This is the fourth book in Miss peregrine home for peculiar children and it is so good! It is about what happened to the peculiar children after the original three books. My favourite character was Jacob because he was willing to rebel against Miss Peregrine to do what he thought was right. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has read the original three books and wants a fun fast paced book to read.


  2. This is the third book in the ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ series. I think this book is my favourite one because it is set mostly in the present and it is easier to relate to. It also shows the characters developing and growing up. Although the characters are hundreds of years old, they are stuck in child and teen bodies. Because of that Miss Peregrine treats them like children, but in this book, they rebel against her and make their own decisions. This book keeps you on the edge of your seat and leaves you wanting more, My favourite character is Emma Bloom because she is feisty and confident. I would recommend this to 10-year-olds and over. I think even adults would enjoy this.


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