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Miss Peregrine has not come back to her true form yet which means only one thing i.e the threat has not left the home of the peculiar children. Jacob and Emma are on a mission to stop Caul who is trying to find the Library of Souls.
Caul has been hunting the peculiar children for ages; now this power-hungry demon wants their souls as well. With the power of souls, he would be able to take control of the whole wide world. Finding the library is a tough task as only a librarian can find the place where the souls are kept. Ancient times hint toward one famous librarian who possessed such powers i.e Jacob’s grandfather.
Jacob’s grandfather died at the hands of the enemy because he was looking for the powers that he did not have at that time. Powers of Jacob’s grandfather were stolen by Bentham but he still claims that all of it was just an accident and both of them were just experimenting. Ransom Riggs brings Jacob and Emma on Bentham’s doorstep once again where they are deceived by the librarian.
The ending of this novel is full of action; Kirby Heyborne gives the best during the narration of the last part. There is suspense-packed alongside action as Miss Peregrine emerges at the right time to save the day. A Map of Days and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children the starting and ending novels of the series should have listened at any rate. Without these two novels, the third part will have no sensation for the listeners. The third part just harps on the story that was developed in the first part and gets concluded in the last part.