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Review: A Map of Days

This book is just as good as the others in the series.
Even though Ransom Riggs changes a lot of the premises from the first trilogy, such as the setting and the kids’ age and introduces new characters, he never seems to stray from his mission: to tell a singularily peculiar, gripping, and magnificent tale that entertains and thrills from the first page.
Fans of the series are going to absolutely love this book. Yes, some things happen that are annoying,

such as Jacob and Emma breaking up,
but most of them happen towards the end of the book and by then you’re already too invested to give up reading.
Part of me don’t want to know what happens next because of these things, but the part of me curious about the next adventure is probably going to win out.

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