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 Conference of the birds : the fifth novel of Miss Peregrine's peculiar children
 Author: Riggs, Ransom

 Publisher: DUTTON BOOKS
 Pub Year: 2020

 Classification: Fiction
 Physical Description: 321 p., ill., 21 cm

 BTSB No: 754111 ISBN: 9780735231504
 Ages: 12-16 Grades: 7-11

 Supernatural -- Fiction
 Quests (Expeditions) -- Fiction

Price: $24.21

Jacob is given a mission to protect newly contacted peculiar Noor Pradesh and to deliver her to a secret operative called V to fulfill an ancient prophecy. But with V in hiding, making it impossible to find her, time is running out to make sure the prophecy is fulfilled to save the future of all peculiars.

Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, 5

Accelerated Reader Information:
   Interest Level: UG
   Reading Level: 5.30
   Points: 12.0   Quiz: 505651

   Booklist (02/01/20)

Full Text Reviews:

Booklist - 02/01/2020 The pulse-pounding fifth volume of the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series continues storylines introduced in Map of Days (2018) pertaining to the growing tensions between America’s peculiar gangs, as well as Jacob’s rescue of Noor, a powerful teen peculiar and possible player in an ancient prophecy. Miss Peregrine’s brood reconvenes in Devil’s Acre, where they try to decipher the original prophecy and puzzle out how to get Noor safely to an old associate of Abe’s known only as V. Meanwhile, as Miss Peregrine and the other ymbrynes endeavor to broker peace between the American gangs, a jailbreak in Devil’s Acre throws a wrench in the proceedings. While this book has the clear purpose of staging something epic involving the villainous Caul and the fate of peculiardom, it is more than a placeholder. Character relationships are interestingly developed, lost friends are found, boundaries tested, and more surprising history is revealed. Riggs, as always, adeptly integrates vintage photos to further cultivate the eerie atmosphere of the narrative. After this installment’s dramatic ending, readers can only hope the next one isn’t long in coming. - Copyright 2020 Booklist.

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