The Hollow City Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and children's headmistress ymbryne Miss Peregrine heal and turn human again. : Hollow City: The Second Novel of Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children : Ransom Riggs: Books. Gripping, creepy sequel time-travels to s London. Read Common Sense Media's Hollow City: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, Book 2 review, age rating.


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Educational Value As Jacob and his friends travel through time and space, they often find themselves in the London Underground in different eras, leading to interesting comparisons and historical insight.


They also experience life during World War II, from children forced to evacuate hollow city miss peregrine cities and leave their families to the terror of the Blitz. Positive Messages Strong messages about staying loyal to your loved ones -- and figuring out how to resolve issues when your obligations to different people conflict.

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Also, messages about showing courage and resolve in terrifying situations, learning that everyone's "peculiar" talents are important, and how to work together.

Love interest Emma takes the lead in keeping the other kids safe, and super-powerful Bronwyn uses her strength to protect hollow city miss peregrine. All the kids are resolute, determined, and skilled at using their talents to help save their teacher and avert doom.

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Each photo provides readers with a visual treat and I feel like reading Hollow City in a physical book is an extraordinary experience. I'm not diminishing audiobooks and ebooks at all, but there's something beautiful and raw about seeing the photographs on hollow city miss peregrine page and not a screen.

It was exciting to see the world outside of Cairnholm Miss Hollow city miss peregrine island and to read about the Peculiar children who are traveling to London. The first novel in the series had a very closed environment to it and it was amazing to see the expanded world of the Peculiars.

Hollow City: Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, Book 2 Book Review

The world-building in Hollow City is thorough and readers will be brought to new loops where there are peculiar animals and other unexpected creatures for lack of a better term. I loved visiting so many varied locations and reading about the distinct Peculiar locals.

Cassandra Jean makes the characters look so alive, as though hollow city miss peregrine are breathing within the pages.


The story picks up from the last page of the first volume. The group then continue on their journey and intercept the train to board, and find Miss Peregrine, whom they had accidentally left on the train in Bronwyn's trunk previously.

In the city, they see horrible things left by bombings as they search for Miss Wren's flock peculiar pigeons, which the group believes can lead them to her; they find a peculiar girl named Sam who can suffer bad hollow city miss peregrine and be OK but she doesn't survive hollow city miss peregrine war.


They manage to make it to Saint Paul's Cathedral thanks to the book, where they enter an underground crypt and find two peculiar children named Joel and Hollow city miss peregrine who are echolocators and seem to share one mind.

The brothers lead them to where the pigeons normally stay and only Emma, Jacob, hollow city miss peregrine Horace enter following the flutter of pigeons wings up to the attic where they meet an aggressive girl named Melina Manon who is a peculiar teenager gifted with telekinesis.

Initially, Melina distrusts them but after Horace proves his peculiarity, begs to travel with them, bringing a peculiar pigeon that they believe will lead them to Miss Wren.

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