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The New York Times #1 best-selling series. 
Includes 3 hardcover novels by Ransom Riggs and 12 collectible peculiar photographs.

 
Together for the first time, here is the #1  New York Times best seller  Miss Peregrine''s Home for Peculiar Children and its two sequels,  Hollow City and Library of Souls. All three hardcovers are packaged in a beautifully designed slipcase. Also included: a special collector''s envelope of twelve peculiar photographs, highlighting the most memorable moments of this extraordinary three-volume fantasy.
 
MISS PEREGRINE''S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN: A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. A strange collection of very curious photographs. It all waits to be discovered in this groundbreaking novel, which mixes fiction and photography in a thrilling new kind of reading experience. As our story opens, a horrific family tragedy sets sixteen-year-old Jacob Portman journeying to a remote island off the coast of Wales, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine''s Home for Peculiar Children. 
 
HOLLOW CITY: September 3, 1940. Ten peculiar children flee an army of deadly monsters. And only one person can help them—but she''s trapped in the body of a bird. The extraordinary adventure continues as Jacob Portman and his newfound friends journey to London, the peculiar capital of the world. There, they hope to find a cure for their beloved headmistress, Miss Peregrine. But in this war-torn city, hideous surprises lurk around every corner.
 
LIBRARY OF SOULS: A boy, a girl, and a talking dog. They''re all that stands between the sinister wights and the future of peculiar children everywhere. Jacob Portman ventures through history one last time to rescue the peculiar children from a heavily guarded fortress. He''s joined by girlfriend and firestarter Emma Bloom, canine companion Addison MacHenry, and some very unexpected allies.

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“A wonderful gift for teens that love dark, magical stories.”— Brightly

Praise for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

 
“A tense, moving, and wondrously strange first novel. The photographs and text work together brilliantly to create an unforgettable story.”—John Green,  New York Times best-selling author of  Looking for Alaska and  Paper Towns
 
“Readers searching for the next Harry Potter may want to visit  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.”— CNN

“Riggs deftly moves between fantasy and reality, prose and photography to create an enchanting and at times positively terrifying story.”— Associated Press

“I read all of the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children books and I loved them.”—Florence of  Florence + The Machine

“[A] thrilling, Tim Burton-esque tale with haunting photographs.”— USA Today Pop Candy 
 
“With its  X-Men: First Class-meets-time-travel story line, David Lynchian imagery, and rich, eerie detail, it’s no wonder  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children has been snapped up by Twentieth Century Fox. B+”— Entertainment Weekly 

“''Peculiar’ doesn’t even begin to cover it. Riggs’ chilling, wondrous novel is already headed to the movies.”— People

“You''ll love it if you want a good thriller for the summer. It''s a mystery, and you''ll race to solve it before Jacob figures it out for himself.”— Seventeen

“This peculiar parable is pure perfection.”— Justine magazine

“One of the coolest, creepiest YA books.”— PopSugar
 
Praise for Hollow City
 
“I was blown away... Hollow City is fantastic.”— USAToday.com

“A worthy follow-up, and as addictive a read as the first.”— Hypable
 
Hollow City mixes spooky vintage photos and action-packed storytelling to continue the story of Jacob Portman and his fellow “peculiars” as they travel through time to war-torn London.”—Dan Kois,  Slate
 
“A perfect blend of creepiness and thoughtfulness.”— PopMatters
 
“A stunning achievement… Hollow City is even richer than Riggs’s imaginative debut,  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.”— Boston Globe
 
“What makes the series soar, however, is not the world-building, as intriguing as it is, but the heartfelt intensity of the emotions.”— Virginian-Pilot
 
“Ideal for fans of Neil Gaiman and Daniel Kraus,  Hollow City blends fantasy and horror into a world that will engross readers and leave them eager for more.”— Shelf Awareness for Readers
 
“A tasty adventure for any reader with an appetite for the…peculiar.”— Kirkus Reviews

“New readers of the series will find this novel a treat...Fans of the first title will find this book a treasure. The only downside: waiting for the third installment to find out what happens to Jacob and his peculiar friends.”— School Library Journal

“Riggs has created a fresh and original world in these Peregrine novels, with likable, quirky characters and a very readable style.”— Library Journal Xpress Review
 
“Fans will be thrilled to know that the sequel to  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is as hauntingly sinister as the first and is unequivocally worth the wait. It’s a rare sequel that improves on the series’ beginning. .. A must-read!” —RT Book Reviews

Praise for Library of Souls

 
“Oh, my birds, I love this book! I’m obsessed with Ransom Riggs’ wildly creative world packed with heroic, heartwarming characters, supper baddies, and incredible settings like Devil’s Acre and the Library of Souls.”—Annalyse,  Justine Magazine

“Fans of the trilogy’s first two books will enjoy  Library of Souls for its unique world, fast action, satisfying answers and a thorough tying up of loose ends.” —Free Lance-Star
 
Library of Souls will not disappoint.” —Forces of Geek

“I was blown away by the way the haunting photographs were woven so seamlessly into the incredible plot. And  Library of Souls has simply the most perfect ending.”—Nikki,  Justine Magazine

“The challenge Riggs faces in  Library of Souls is to match the remarkably high standard set by the first two books in the series, either the mind-bending bafflements of the first book or the edge-of-your-seat action of the second. Riggs succeeds, delivering a thrilling conclusion to Jacob’s trilogy.”— Paste magazine 

“Fans will easily lose themselves in this most peculiar tale of all.”— Booklist 

“Thrilling and satisfying.”— School Library Journal
 
“Enthralling.”— Children''s Bookwatch

“I enjoyed reading this book so much, the cliched, ''I couldn’t put it down,'' doesn’t suffice.”— Geeks of Doom 
 
“Readers are sure to leap right in after the cliffhanger ending of Hollow City, and they won’t be disappointed.”— RT Book Review, 4 1/2 out of 5 stars

About the Author

Ransom Riggs is the author of  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (Quirk, 2011), a  New York Times best seller, as well as its best-selling sequels  Hollow City (Quirk, 2013) and  Library of Souls (Quirk, 2015). He lives in Santa Monica, CA, with his wife.

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Stephanie Black
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Great series, but parents use discretion for pre-teens
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2016
Miss Peregrine''s Peculiar Children is a gripping adventure which I bought to read with my daughters, as many reviewers said it was like Harry Potter, a series they absolutely love. My daughters are pre-teens, but have enjoyed many young adult books, so I made the decision... See more
Miss Peregrine''s Peculiar Children is a gripping adventure which I bought to read with my daughters, as many reviewers said it was like Harry Potter, a series they absolutely love. My daughters are pre-teens, but have enjoyed many young adult books, so I made the decision to give this series a try too.

We all loved the first book in the set and most of the second book. It wasn''t quite as magical as Harry Potter in the sense that the focus of the magic and paranormal events is quite dark. The Harry Potter series is balanced with the benevolent and the beautiful. Attacks and battles happen in Harry Potter, but not in every other chapter as in Miss Peregrine''s Children (as we''ve read so far.) Miss Peregrine''s Peculiar Children series tends more toward the morbid and the mysterious, with lots of blood, attacks and bodies. Now my girls are going through a "spooky stuff and bad guys" phase (as a follow in from fairies and fashion) which is why I got this series, to be honest. They''re quite happy to get all this inspiration for their drawings and games. But if you have children who are more sensitive, keep in mind that this series does include gore enough to cause nightmares and anxiety.

Personally I have found the books too violent for my tastes. I was a little uneasy about this given I was reading the book to my girls, but it didn''t seem to bother them. Now we''re not a family who has a problem with profanity, but I think this series is a little heavy on it for pre-teen readers, and this is something I would have liked to have known beforehand. My girls thought the language was hilarious (possibly they thought their Mummy reading such words aloud was even more funny) and we haven''t had any problems with them copying it or anything. I think it''s fine for teenagers who are suited to some strong language and high stakes, but I know some parents will be concerned about their teens reading a series of this caliber.

Unfortunately when we got half way through the last chapter in the second book, my children asked me to stop reading the series they had enjoyed so far. The stakes had got too high for them and the death of one of the newer characters whom they''d become very fond of upset them. We have a plan for me to read ahead and let them know what I think before we read the rest of the series, as they really want to know what happens and love looking at the pictures and wondering what the characters will do next.

In conclusion, a brilliant story, but intense with dark themes. Wonderful, lovable characters that kids will relate to, but fairly grown-up themes. Miss Peregrine''s Peculiar Children gets full marks from me for originality, being fascinating, gripping storytelling and lots of funny moments. But it''s probably not appropriate for the sensitive teen or for pre-teens who are just beginning to explore older kids'' books. If your pre-teen wants to read this series, read with them or ahead of them to make sure you think they''ll be alright with it, as you know your child best.
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Ransom Riggs is Profoundly Thoughtful and Intense
Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2017
The Peculiar World of Ransom Riggs is (by many professional book review sites) supposedly written for ages 13-17, and usually sports the designation of "Young Adult" literature. I think this rating system is, at best, confusing. Given the content of this trilogy,... See more
The Peculiar World of Ransom Riggs is (by many professional book review sites) supposedly written for ages 13-17, and usually sports the designation of "Young Adult" literature. I think this rating system is, at best, confusing. Given the content of this trilogy, it all depends largely on the maturity of the young adult, especially the 13 and 14 year olds. Yes there is some profanity in the books and there is quite a bit of descriptive gore and disturbing imagery, though not gratuitously gritty; Riggs is a very unusual writer with a unique and intriguing style of scribing which rises above most "young adult" books, even those of JK Rowling whom I found to be entertaining for my second childhood. Riggs is as peculiar as his characters and I would go so far as to call his writing "literature". He is as imaginative and tongue in cheek as Lewis Carroll and writes with all the literate brevity and believability as Tolkien. This trilogy is genuinely for all ages, especially 17 and up who can appreciate the lyrical wit, the poetic license, and the dark playfulness with which Riggs populates his pages. These are NOT children''s stories by any stretch of the imagination. I am over 60 and I am loving these books, glad to have discovered them.

For you adults out there, contemplating getting these for yourselves (really), take this test: do you like JRR Tolkien a lot? Are high-brow fantasy and science fiction writers in your wheel house? Do you like historical novels, history in general, and the popular writers of the 19th century? Do you like Kurt Vonnegut and Ray Bradbury? Lastly do you appreciate re-visiting your youth and equally do you appreciate what the youth of today are contending with? If all of the above are true and you have a special place in your heart for the odd and the bizarre (like old Pink Floyd records and stories by Stephen King and Anne Rice), if you like to voyage into the nether regions of speculative fiction, these books are definitely for you.

The trilogy are chock full of peculiar (everyone''s new favorite word with these books) photographs, some of them can be disturbing. Riggs second avocation after writing is photography, and he has used this as a riveting feature to not only augment the tales but to amplify them into even more fantastical realism. The trilogy box comes with a bonus package of more photographs that are fascinating and make excellent markers to keep places in the book you might (will) want to revisit! The books are bound beautifully and the case housing them is handsome and built to last. Purchase the Peculiar Trilogy this way and you will have a lifetime personal favorite for your shelf that will no doubt outlive us all. Oh, and like a lot of really really good books, you will want to re-read these, probably more than twice. Ransom Riggs is going to be a memorable author down the decades and beyond, that is certain, this is no pulp fiction.

Final Note, try to avoid reading plot descriptive reviews, even if you have seen the movie version of the first book, the spoilers will, well, spoil the journey of surprises (and the book has many more features that could not be presented even by the wonderful Tim Burton). Parents, if your young adult reader had issues with Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, or finds "dark" storytelling a little too nightmarish, you might want to consider letting them mature a bit longer before taking the step into this peculiar world. Profanity in the books is limited to what is often deemed acceptable for older teens. Use your best judgement, or read it first! You get to treat yourself! Highly recommended for young adults 16 - 96.
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Kastlekonfusion
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Excellent Book Quality!
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2016
Beautifully produced. Full of character. A lot of thought has gone into the design of this box set making it as much of a tactile experience as a reading pleasure. Do hope that more books are produced with this quality!
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TinkerG
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A very good set of books
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2016
I was happily surprised at how much I enjoyed reading these books. I read the set in 4 days, I enjoyed it that much. Well written, entertaining and well paced. Mr. Riggs was able to suspend my disbelief with interesting characters, entertaining situations, colorful... See more
I was happily surprised at how much I enjoyed reading these books. I read the set in 4 days, I enjoyed it that much. Well written, entertaining and well paced. Mr. Riggs was able to suspend my disbelief with interesting characters, entertaining situations, colorful descriptors and comic timing. While I am much older than what I assume the target audience is, the story was able to capture my interest and hold it. I would recommend this set to young, old and in between, alike. I am betting, you won''t be disappointed.
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Thomas & Jessii
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Great book series for 12+ reader
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020
We really enjoyed this series of books. Purchased originally as a gift for our niece, and later purchased a set for ourselves to read. I believe that they put this as a 13+ series, but it will all come down to maturity of the reader, as to whether it''s ok content wise. It''s... See more
We really enjoyed this series of books. Purchased originally as a gift for our niece, and later purchased a set for ourselves to read. I believe that they put this as a 13+ series, but it will all come down to maturity of the reader, as to whether it''s ok content wise. It''s not an "easy" read for younger kids.
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Paige Ellen
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Boxed set offers bonus portfolio of more photos
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2015
I bought this boxed set as a gift for my daughter, first for her to read and second for her to have to read to her children as they become old enough. I have reviewed each volume as it was published. The boxed set includes a small portfolio of more pictures of the sort... See more
I bought this boxed set as a gift for my daughter, first for her to read and second for her to have to read to her children as they become old enough. I have reviewed each volume as it was published.
The boxed set includes a small portfolio of more pictures of the sort that grace the pages of each volume, which makes buying the boxed set, now that it is available, a better idea than purchasing each book separately. As I have wondered about this series and at least one other, I don''t see this as truly YA genre. I mean, yes, intelligent ''tweens and teens can read and love it, but it is, overall, pretty heavy and heady stuff. In short, this is as much for adult fans of alternate reality/history as it is for its purported target demographic. Buy it, you''ll love it.
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Kat Weglarz
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Good but Not WOW
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2017
Most of the last book takes place in a few days and there is only one instance of sleeping and little resting. Unless the peculiar person’s ability was to stay awake for days, which it wasn’t, this is an impossible feat. Even on too little, or too little quality, sleep a... See more
Most of the last book takes place in a few days and there is only one instance of sleeping and little resting. Unless the peculiar person’s ability was to stay awake for days, which it wasn’t, this is an impossible feat. Even on too little, or too little quality, sleep a person’s body will go into a narcoleptic state, unable to stay awake. Otherwise, all the “peculiar” things that happened were believable enough. My biggest problem with this series were the missed opportunities and loose ends.
While the bad guys were given depth of character and some positive qualities, the ymbrynes were painted as perfect caregivers who had ultimate control but since they were ymbrynes never used their powers for evil or selfish motives. There was never any question whether they ymbrynes decisions were right/best, they never questioned themselves. The only person to question the ymbrynes was the crazy bad guy. It is unbelievable that that, even in a community of caregivers, that there wasn’t a bad apple or even a dissenting voice. The bad guy even points out the one sidedness and potential problems of having only ymbrynes, who are all female, in government but everything in Peculiardom goes back to normal at the end of the books.
There are many times when peculiars make it clear they feel superior to normals, the very problem that led to the bad guys rise to power. This idea is never address or even put down, integration into the normal world not even discussed.
The biggest loose end, and the one I couldn’t forgive, was the Hollows. As far as we know there is one trapped under a bridge and one powering a machine as a battery. Jacob was able to have a connection with these creatures, and even believes they are not without souls, but he leaves these two imprisoned. It was another time when the message I got from peculiars is that only their kind matter. A message I disagree with and I feel that in today’s world we messages of inclusion, acceptance of difference, and forgiveness of past wrongs more tan even.
As a story it was entertaining but it had the potential to be so much more and I was disappointed that it wasn’t.
Really did like the pictures, fabulous jumping off point and wonderful that carried through the whole series.
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Jack Wells
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Great set of books!
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2018
Excellent set of books! I enjoyed each book immensely. They were written well. They''re of interest, and I recommend them highly. All the children in these books have a super power of one kind or another. The characters seem very real. You grow to... See more
Excellent set of books! I enjoyed each book immensely.
They were written well. They''re of interest, and I recommend them highly.

All the children in these books have a super power of one kind or another.

The characters seem very real. You grow to care about and like them.
The author, Ransom Riggs, is a fantastic writer. His books are thoughtful,
suspenseful, and he knows how to really pull you into the story.

The characters get into trouble, and when you think things can''t get any worse,
they do! The children are determined, caring, and resourceful.

This is how great stories are written.

I''m in my 60''s, older than the age group these books were intended for.. and I truly enjoyed them!

I look forward to the next trilogy in his Peculiar Children series.
The next book is due out October 1 2018.
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Beautiful box set amazing books
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2018
This is a beautiful box set with mini photo collection included . The books themselves are a amazing read for both young and old . I loved the story line which is fun, action packed and very enjoyable . As a self confessed bibliophile I had to get this box set as it is good...See more
This is a beautiful box set with mini photo collection included . The books themselves are a amazing read for both young and old . I loved the story line which is fun, action packed and very enjoyable . As a self confessed bibliophile I had to get this box set as it is good value for money and nicely presented . I actually enjoyed this set so much I also bought it in kindle , graphic novel and just ordered first edition signed copies of some of the books too !! Yes I do admit it I love books for too much lol
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My daughter shows me her bookset daily and I think ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 11, 2017
My daughter shows me her bookset daily and I think it is a bargain. The third book (I think it is Library of Souls) has the signatures of all the peculiar children. My daughter constantly talks about it and she saw the movie already 10 times and seems not to tire of it. In...See more
My daughter shows me her bookset daily and I think it is a bargain. The third book (I think it is Library of Souls) has the signatures of all the peculiar children. My daughter constantly talks about it and she saw the movie already 10 times and seems not to tire of it. In my house Ransom Riggs is a hero for writing such entertaining stories that can capture the imagination of a 12 year old in ways I have never seen before. The children today are so lucky, we did not have much selection of quality books (in Danish) to read when I was a kid. Learning English early on is definitely an advantage as the to the breadth and range of books available for reading also for the very young.
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I thoroughly recommend these books to anyone who likes grown-up fairytales
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 16, 2017
A unique and clever story that captivated me from beginning to end. My 10 yr old son is now reading them and he is hooked. The incorporation of original photos is exceptionally well done and adds a real magic to the books. I thoroughly recommend these books to anyone who...See more
A unique and clever story that captivated me from beginning to end. My 10 yr old son is now reading them and he is hooked. The incorporation of original photos is exceptionally well done and adds a real magic to the books. I thoroughly recommend these books to anyone who likes grown-up fairytales, adventure or something a little different.
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Stunning box set of books!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 28, 2016
This box set looks gorgeous, the books are hardback and beautifully presented. The stories are original and throughout the book there are many black and white photographs. I am currently reading the first book of the trilogy to my nearly 9 year old, he is enjoying the story...See more
This box set looks gorgeous, the books are hardback and beautifully presented. The stories are original and throughout the book there are many black and white photographs. I am currently reading the first book of the trilogy to my nearly 9 year old, he is enjoying the story although I would suggest they are more suitable for a KS3 child so 11-12 +. This box set would make a wonderful gift for an older child who appreciates beautiful books!
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Wonderful read with beautiful photographs to boot.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 3, 2016
Really lovey trilogy, Ordered it on a bit of a whim for something to read over a long weekend and I loved it. The pictures really help bring the story to life and the story itself is both magical and compelling. I would recommend this to any young adult reader as well as...See more
Really lovey trilogy, Ordered it on a bit of a whim for something to read over a long weekend and I loved it. The pictures really help bring the story to life and the story itself is both magical and compelling. I would recommend this to any young adult reader as well as any adults that enjoy suspending reality and escaping into another world.
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