I loved this book’s cover. Regrettably I couldn’t find it as a physical book so I read it in kindle. The second book is already published and I did get it. It’s named “The Bride of Glass” and it’s cover is beautiful too.
Ok, here’s the review.
There have been some missing persons at Perrie’s hometown. Nobody she knows until one day, on the way home from school, with her cousin Maisie and her best friend August, she sees a strange building with a sign that says that it’s a museum named Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault that will open soon.
This strange and intriguing museum isn’t what one may think. If you go in, you might not go out.
I liked what happened with the missing persons. Their situation must be very frustrating. There were times when I thought that Perrie and August seemed very calm despite the danger and the very odd events they were experiencing. However, the story is very entertaining, it keeps you in suspense and has a good dose of terror.
I didn’t expect the end. Vale is a dark and very evil character.
I’ll read part two soon.