Book Trailer Love: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Ransom Rigg’s creeptastic tale has been on the bestseller list for something like fifty-six weeks and with good reason.

courtesy ransomriggs.com

The quirky fantasy tale of an abandoned orphanage, cryptic children and a boy investigating his grandfather’s mysterious past had me hooked from page one. And there’s pictures, creepy, phobia-inducing pictures. Not to mention one of the most awesomely theatrical book trailers I’ve ever seen.

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10 thoughts on “Book Trailer Love: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”

  1. Totally creepy and awesome! I’m a big chicken though. This looks like a horror story. Is it? If so, I will take everyone’s word for it, but pass because I hate nightmares. On the other hand, if it’s fantasy, then I can read it.

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