Creepy, thrilling, and wonderfully written, 'Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children' was very, very entertaining. And I would've loved it if not for Jacob and his meanness. Like can't a YA main character be nice for once? This book does rise above a lot of other YA, but some parts of it drown in the immense pool of struggling novels. I loved the idea and the premise—what's not to love about a creepy abandoned house with inhabitants who may somehow be still alive—but I didn't love the protagonist or his choices all that much.
So, in conclusion, it's worth a read, but it's definitely disturbing and only for teens and up.