A Map of Days (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children)

December 30, 2019 - Comment

The instant bestseller!• New York Times bestseller• USA Today bestseller• Wall Street Journal bestseller “A Map of Days reveals Ransom Riggs at the peak of his powers, leaving loyal fans ravenous for more.” –NY Journal of Books Having defeated the monstrous threat that nearly destroyed the peculiar world, Jacob Portman is back where his story began, in Florida. Except now

The instant bestseller!
• New York Times bestseller
• USA Today bestseller
• Wall Street Journal bestseller

“A Map of Days reveals Ransom Riggs at the peak of his powers, leaving loyal fans ravenous for more.” –NY Journal of Books

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. Their story is again illustrated by haunting vintage photographs, now with the striking addition of full-color images interspersed throughout for this all-new, multi-era American adventure.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Feels forced Read all three of the first series to my son and we enjoyed them immensely. We also picked up the book of short stories and enjoyed that as well. This outing is proving very hard to get through. The book is incredibly forced. Whereas the first series felt like something that grew out of the inspiration of the photos Ransom Riggs had collected, this book feels like he decided that the only way to write it would be to follow the formula for the first ones exactly. There are characters who appear…

Anonymous says:

Lacks the magic of the previous books. “Map” continues the saga of Miss Peregrine’s peculiar children, with Jacob home in Florida, and Miss P. and her wards rescuing him from his parents who are about to institutionalize him. Jacob is intent on learning more about his deceased grandfather Abe, a peculiar with many secrets. Jacob’s relationship with Emma continues to develop but runs into obstacles when she confesses that she is still in love with Abe. This story thread gets tedious halfway through the book. Although it has its…

Anonymous says:

Favorite book in the series so far! I loved the book! With the exception of a slow beginning I think this was my favorite book in the series so far.SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERTThe Emma/Jacob SHIP has always been a little weird since Emma and Abe were a very real thing. I love that we really delved into this in this book and I think I might actually SHIP Noor/Jacob.Miss Peregrine freaking out then his peculiar friends turning on him really made what I hope is coming next, a possibly even bigger…

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