Scaretober 2019

Hello!
I’m back with yet another book review. I know that I should be doing more real life posts, but this is what we got. You may have noticed that I read this book a bit ago, but didn’t post the review and I was saving it for right now.

I saw Neil Gaiman’s Coraline a while ago and watched it again recently, but had never read the book and I knew that this year I wanted to make it appoint to read the book. I also used this book for Rachel Dawson‘s reading challenge, if you haven’t checked it out yet you still have time to participate.

I loved the premise of Coraline and the thought that there is this child who feels ignored in her life, so she constantly goes exploring and then stumbles upon a world in which she can have everything she wants and yet realizes that is not what she wants. She also realizes that in order to find her way back to the real world and save her parents she will have to depend on her skill and wit to outsmart the evil witch that is trying to trap her.

In case you haven’t read Coraline or seen the movie I will try not to spoil the plot for you entirely. I recommend that you give this book a try and I hope to read a few more Neil Gaiman books in the future. Let me know if you have ever read this book or any of Neil Gaiman’s other books. See you soon!

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