Library Of Souls by Ransom Riggs

Library of Souls is the third and final novel in the Miss Peregrine’s home for peculiar children series.

Library of souls picks up where Hollow city ended, with Jacob, the peculiar children and the whole of Peculiardom in danger. As library of souls unfolds Jacob’s power enhances into a powerful new ability, his relationship with Emma has deepened and his life in Peculiardom is uncertain. We dive through history with Jacob and Emma as they enter Devil’s Acre where the fate of their friends and all peculiar people will be decided once and for all.

A fantastic and fitting conclusion to the amazing peculiar children trilogy, filled with thrilling twists and turns, well-developed and rounded characters and never before seen photographs. As usual the vintage photographs really add to the feel of the novel.

This book was exciting from start to finish. It was really easy to fall into this book, it was like catching up with old friends. With the characters we know and love continually growing and learning this novel was never boring or dull.

Ransom Riggs’ beautiful cinematic writing is on point as we come to the epic conclusion of this series. Library of souls came out swinging and kept pace right until the last page. With new characters and surprise plot twists, Library of Souls did nor leave anything to the imagination. It’s epic descriptions and truly amazing plot made it a unputdownable book.

As sad as I am to say goodbye to the peculiar children, Ransom Riggs has done a marvellous job with this book and the series as a whole, that I feel like I have been on a strange, magical and a times terrifying journey that has come to a natural conclusion.

I am so glad I got to experience this wonderful world and I truly look forward to diving into it again in the future.

The Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children trilogy is a must read, you will not be disappointed.

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