31 Nights of Horror: Week 1

Alright Fangirls, it’s finally time to talk about the 3 movies we’ve watched so far for 31 Nights of Horror (which isn’t actually scary). I am the biggest of chickens, so I’m not a fan of genuinely scary movies, but I do like comedies and the like. So TheThirdRLM has modified his list of spooky movies to accommodate my fears, and we’re mostly watching goofy scary movies.

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Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs

Fangirls, I can’t believe the third piece of peculiardom came into my hands the other day, an I squandered it. I powered through it, eating up every word, and when I finished it, I was exhausted, but wished I hadn’t read it so fast. I am going to try to give as few spoilers as possible, but I can make no guarantees. Please be wary if you have yet to read the book; this is a fantastic book, and you deserve to discover it’s beauties spoiler free.


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Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children: Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

Fangirls.  I am really excited about this book.  I got it in the mail last week, instantly reread the first book (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), and read this book all within 48 hours.  I really enjoyed the first book, which is about a boy named Jacob finding out that all of the “made up” stories his grandfather used to tell him about children with peculiarities were all true.  In the first book, Jacob finds the time loop where Miss Peregrine and her wards still reside, living through September 3, 1940 over and over, for around 70 years.  When Jacob comes to their secret area, some really bad dudes (wights and hollowghasts) follow him, and eventually capture Miss Peregrine.  Luckily, Jacob and the peculiar children he has befriended save Miss Peregrine, and decide they must cross to the mainland of Whales to continue their journey.  That’s where this book picks up.


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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Hello you lovely ladies and lads of the fandoms! Today I’m bringing you a book that I’m so very excited about; Moss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I must be honest, when I first saw this book (on someone’s Instagram) I was hesitant. It looks haunting, to say the least, and I’m not the biggest fan of horror. But more recently I was having a rough day with my phobia, and saw that this book was on sale, so I may as well try it out. I’m so grateful that I did.


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