A Place Called Perfect (Place Called Perfect 1) Paperback – 1 Aug 2017
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A weird and wonderful tale about a town where nothing is at it seems. --The Scotsman
A creepy, magical tale of bravery and self-belief. --The Sunday Express
A creepy adventure story full of twists and turns that will hook you in from the start and keep you guessing into the final pages. --Scoop Magazine
One of those books that you think about when you're not reading it and can't wait to find out what happens next. --Tom Fletcher
About the Author
Helena Duggan is from Kilkenny, a medieval, haunted city in the south of Ireland, which was the inspiration for Perfect. She writes stories full of adventure because she gets bored really easily. She's also a graphic designer and illustrator. A Place Called Perfect is her first book.
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A Place Called Perfect is one of the best books in the world! It is filled with action and twists and turns.If you love adventures and reading, then you'll love this book.
Without giving away the plot, this book is about a girl called Violet who moves to 'Perfect' because of her Dads new job.She meets a new friend who has a most unusual name.
The pair go on to try to save her parents from a duo of brothers who basically rule the whole of Perfect!
We really enjoyed this book as it was a bit scary and very mysterious.
We think this book is probably more suitable for children about 10 years old, if they were reading it by themselves.
If an adult is reading major parts of it, then it is fine for children about 7.
We are keeping our fingers crossed for a second book.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!