Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

Jacob stopped believing the stories his grandfather told him a long time ago. But what if the old man’s fables had a grain of truth to them?

Source: Warpcore SF

6 thoughts on “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

  1. I absolutely love your blog and find a lot of your post’s to be precisely what I’m looking for. Would you offer guest writers to write content for yourself? I wouldn’t mind composing a post or elaborating on a lot of the subjects you write regarding here. Again, awesome blog!

    • I’m smack dab in the middle of this one right now. I doenoladwd it to my Nook for my daughter because she is into ghost/creepy stories,. We’re both reading it. I’ve passed where she is, which is good so that I can check for her comprehension along the way. I’m snuggling up with it tonight. I hope I can get finished. This book is goooooood. I wonder how long it will take for it to be picked up for a movie?

    • Never heard of the TV show, so we’re even!Peregrine comes from the actual bird, havnig seen one during a trip in Australia. A very fast bird!Don’t worry, Orcs get no more than their fair share of publicity.Thanks for the news!Charles

    • I just entered Sheila’s cotnset for The Night Circus and also got in queue for it at the library.my current focus is on fairy tale, fable, folklore, myth and legend traditional and retellings and stories that allude to them in subtle or not ways

  2. hola jaques does it have the lines for the prougole as it does for the rest of the play? it depends on who your teacher is, so you could ask them tomorrow . if its not due tomorrow

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