Review – Spellbook of the lost and found

Title: Spellbook of the lost and found

Author: Moïra Fowley-Doyle

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Corgi

Page count: 380

Release day: June 1st 2017

Series: Standalone

Rating: 5 stars

 

What is it about?

Three friends lose their dairies and they really want them back. So when they find the spellbook of the lost and found, they have to perform the spell to get their dairies back. Even though they are warned for the consequences.

One night everyone loses something and stuff keeps getting lost. And things are found at random locations.

When Olive and Rose and their freshly made friends, Hazel, Rowan and Ivy, find the spellbook, they try to turn the spell back, but who knows if that’s actually how it works.

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What I thought:

So before starting this book, I expected it to just be average. But holy cow I loved it! I’m so happy I randomly picked it up at the bookstore, and immediately started reading it!

This book dragged me into the story from page one! It’s such an interesting start, and I could not put it down. It immediately gave me the same vibes as the wicked deep gave me. Another book I absolutely loved!

This book is writing from three perspectives, first I thought that would be a bit to much. But it was exactly the right amount of perspectives. In this way you got exactly enough of the story, without it being overwhelming. It also made it a bit mysterious, since sometimes small parts would be left behind.

It is such a good book, it is an amazing story, with really interesting characters and a great mysterious vibe. I loved all the characters, they had all interesting back stories, and you could really see how it shaped how they now are.

Also, to me, all the twist were unexpected and amazing. The fact that I did not see the twist coming added so much to the book.

I guess I still kinda read some sort of mystery during Halloween haah?!

I’m already looking forward to reading her next release!

 

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