I liked Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs so much that I went right into the next book, Hollow City. It was not quite as gripping as the first book, but it was still good and I flew through it (thank goodness for summer pool time). As in the first book, real photos provide visual support for the created story and again, I think this is an incredibly creative way of writing. The photos were a little more difficult to see on my Kindle (it’s an older black/white Kindle touch) than reading the physical book, but they still add a lot to the story.
I don’t want to give anything away from the first book, but in Hollow City the peculiar children leave the home they have known for ages and set out on their quest to save their lives and those they care about. They encounter plenty of both normal and peculiar obstacles as they make their way through different lands and times. This series is creative and entertaining – definitely check it out!