Hollow City – Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Book 2



Long time no see i know… It as not being easier writing posts and the sudden reading slump hasn’t helped. But i finally finished Hollow City!!!
Hollow City is the sequel to Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, so expect this review to be small in the spoiler free section. The first book will be adapted to cinemas by Tim Burton so i have a good feeling about it.

No synopsis today because the one on GoodReads has spoilers.

The book has the same POV as the first book, Jacob, and amazing photographs to illustrate the story.

I really love this photos, the creepiness is the thing that makes me keep reading. I found this book really cool but i also found it dragged a little in some parts. But this parts were really interesting, world building wise.

The first book really felt like a standalone, but if you enjoyed the first book this book is a must. This does end in a cliffhanger, big big one. But i think the third one will me amazing, if it follows the spirit of the end of this one.

If you haven’t read the first book and you like creepy things, horror stories with a pinch of historical fiction give the first one a go! I have this one 4 out of 5 stars.


Spoiler review next!

I don’t know exactly how to make this. But i will try to do it with the flow of the book.

We start in same place we ended in the first book, i didn’t enjoy the part. The thing it stood up the most was the story when they were scared. Until they reached Addison and their friends i really didn’t connected again to this world.

Then, the mission was London and Miss Wren. The journey had its highs and lows, but mostly highs.

The final part, reaching London was by far the best. It was scarier, creepier and fastest. I liked the ending i was in fact surprised, i didn’t expect miss Peregrine’s brother to be the one in the bird’s body. Then Jacob discovers he can actually control the no-souls. Really exited for the third book! 🙂

Stay awesome,



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