I picked this book up because (like many others) I had seen a lot about it online. I know there’s a couple books following it, surrounding other dangerous characters from history and fiction, so I figured that I may as well check it out.
I got this ARC in the mail the other day, and couldn’t be more excited. It came in a lovely pink envelope, and had an invitation to readers, inviting them to this book of mayhem and mystery. After having read the synopsis, I knew I was going to like this book.
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Before we get right into this, I have a couple things you need to know. This is the third book in a series (I thought it was a trilogy, but it isn’t), so there will be information that spoils the first two books. Go read those before reading this. And know that I’m still going to keep this relatively sparse.
Did I buy this book because of the cover? Yes. Do I regret it? Not one bit.
The Book Jumper is a fantastic young adult novel set in Scotland. The main character, Any(???), and her mother go there to escape the mess that is their life. Her mother grew up on this island, and they go to her old home. There, Amy learns something incredible about herself; she’s a Book Jumper.
Book jumpers can travel into and through books, talking to characters when they aren’t the focus in the story, and learning about literature through a completely different lens. But when someone starts stealing the ideas behind books, Amy has to do something.
I really enjoyed this book, and I honestly knew I would. The idea of being able to jump directly into a book, and experience it in that new way both blows my mind and excites me exponentially.
If you’re a fan of fantasy and an avid reader, you need to pick up a copy of The Book Jumper. It’s a phenomenal read with way more heart than I anticipated. You can grab a copy on amazon, Barnes and Noble, or target.
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Friends and Fangirls, YA is the best thing in the planet. Young adult books are truly a miracle, especially when they are a part of subscription boxes. I both bought and received Elizabeth Frankenstein from a subscription box, gave away one copy, and fell in love with the other.