Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children Analysis

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Among the countless books written throughout history, the small gems of good books exist written by famous and unrecognized authors. An enjoyable book requires the answer of a majority of questions that many enjoyed books answer. What is the conflict? What are the characters like? Do the characters create a connection with the reader? Can the author make the reader feel like he/she is inside the story? What is the central message the author is trying to get through? These questions and many more are the final deciding factors readers and critics answer to see if the book is indeed a gem of a novel. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs answers the questions and justify it by the evidence from the book. The book was an enjoyable book for myself and I would most definitely recommend to others Many a great books have one of the most common characteristics that add to their reasons of why it is a fantastic read. The answer being a dynamic storyline with conflict. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children has a dynamic storyline that captivates the reader throughout the story. Jack Portman -the main character- travels around the world after a mishap to his beloved grandfather. In the attempt to trace his grandfather’s clandestine, yet eccentric history, Jack Portman and his father go back to the island Abraham Portman grew up on. Jack then discovers the clandestine and the eccentric part of what his Grandpa always told Jack about. He discovers the existence of peculiar…show more content…
And the analysis of book allows me to prove that it is indeed a book that can be enjoyed as well by many. The analysis of the conflict, characterization, and the writer’s craft of the novel provide a base of evidence that Ransom Riggs created an likeable work of art. Among the countless books written in history, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children lies amongst the gems of

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