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“When I finished all he said was, ‘Great, thanks,’ and then turned to my parents and asked if I’d ‘been to see anyone.'”
– Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children
I am not very far into this book yet, but already it is so intriguing and is incorporating a little of the unreliable narrator that makes any story more appealing. This line is in regards to Jacob and what he saw in the woods.