Tales from the Wyrd Museum (1) – The Woven Path Paperback – 24 Jul 1995
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* For lovers of extravagant words and action charged with mystery and passion, Mr Jarvis must be hard to beat. TES * If you enjoyed the Deptford Mice trilogy, you'll love this magical new adventure. Young Telegraph
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In a grimy alley in the East End of London stands the Wyrd Museum, cared for by the strange Webster sisters – and scene of even stranger events.
Wandering through the museum, Neil Chapman, son of the new caretaker, discovers it is a sinister place crammed with secrets both dark and deadly. Forced to journey back to the past, he finds himself pitted against an ancient and terrifying evil, something which is growing stringer as it feeds on the destruction around it…
DARE to enter the chilling and fantastical world of the Wyrd Museum in this first book of a compelling trilogy.See all Product description
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Ok, so as a trilogy, the Wyrd books aren't a patch on the Whitby Series as a whole, but this is my favourite of all the books - its beautifully written, with just the right mix of funny, spooky, thrilling and poignant (theres a section near the end that has reduced me to tears every time I've read it!), and if you are into fantasy novels but are a little bored of the bog-standard dragon slayers, this is a great read.
It is a great read and in certain parts quite funny - the characters have plenty of depth and the plot is engaging. I would highly recommend this book series for those who like fantasy/history wrapped up into a world of fascinating and slightly weird happenings.
Age group: I wouldn't restrict its audience however I would suggest 11 and older as some parts of the book may be a little scary for young children.
All in all - five star rating from me.
Buy the book, read it and keep it safe. You will undoubtedly read it again someday!
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