Miss Peregrine's Home for peculiar Children...readalikes!

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 Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children movie adaptation is out now! Have you read the book (and sequels)?  What about some read-alikes?  
    

  

Miss Peregrine's
 home for peculiar children
Hollow City, 
Book 2 
Library of souls,
Book 3

Readalikes
Asylum by Madeleine Roux

Three teens at a summer program for gifted students uncover shocking secrets in the sanatorium-turned-dorm where they're staying--secrets that link them all to the asylum's dark past. Featuring found photographs from real asylums and filled with chilling mystery and page-turning suspense, Asylum is a horror story that treads the line between genius and insanity.



A monster calls by Patrick Ness
Thirteen-year-old Conor awakens one night to find a monster outside his bedroom window, but not the one from the recurring nightmare that began when his mother became ill--an ancient, wild creature that wants him to face truth and loss.

Pretty monsters by Kelly Link
Weird, wicked, spooky and delightful, Pretty Monsters is the companion volume to the surreal collection The Wrong Grave. Blending fairytale and fantasy with horror, myth and mischief, Kelly Link creates a world like no other. Combining imaginative brilliance with madcap escapades, and macabre humour, this is writing to come back from the dead for.



Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough
When Cora and her younger sister, Mimi, are sent to stay with their great Auntie Ida in an isolated village in 1958, they discover that they are in danger from a centuries-old evil and, along with village boys Roger and Peter, strive to uncover the horrifying truth before it is too late.

In the shadow of blackbirds by Cat Winters
In 1918, the world seems on the verge of apocalypse. Americans roam the streets in gauze masks to ward off thedeadly Spanish influenza, and the government ships young men to the front lines of a brutal war, creating an atmosphere of fear and confusion. Sixteen-year-old Mary Shelley Black watches as desperate mourners flock to séances and spirit photographers for comfort, but she herself has never believed in ghosts. During her bleakest moment, however, she's forced to rethink her entire way of looking at life and death, for her first love—a boy who died in battle—returns in spirit form. But what does he want from her?Featuring haunting archival early-twentieth-century photographs, this is a tense, romantic story set in a past that is eerily like our own time.

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