REVIEW: The Haunting Of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes

FIVE STARS! just.. five stars! This book was incredible and I cannot wait for the sequel to come out. That is all I am going…

FIVE STARS! just.. five stars!

This book was incredible and I cannot wait for the sequel to come out. That is all I am going to say right now.

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What is this book about?

We follow the main character Aveline Jones who goes to stay at the seaside during her half term with her mother. Whilst she is here, the seaside is gloomy, there are no tourists around to electrify the village but Aveline stumbles across a spooky old book. This book belongs to a girl called Primrose Penberthy who disappeared out of sight and was never seen again, so of course Aveline wants to dive straight in to this mystery!

Throughout The Haunting of Aveline Jones, we follow some really great characters that tie the stories and hidden facts together!

What did I think about the book?

The Haunting of Aveline Jones was so, so descriptive with its location, I felt like I was truly there! You are transported to the rainy and gloomy seaside where a lot of mystery is hidden away. I love how determined and curious Aveline was to this mystery of how Primrose Penberthy disappeared and I couldn’t put it down. The characters were really strong in this book and I felt like I could relate to them and trust them with any information. Although this book was very haunting, it also gave me a lot of cosy vibes too and I cannot wait for the next instalment. I finished it in four hours and has to be one of my favourite books for 2020!

Where can I get this book?

You can purchase The Haunting of Aveline Jones from:
Bookshop (You can choose your independent bookshop of choice to support)
Waterstones

Update: You can now also pre-order The Bewitching of Aveline Jones from Bookshop and Waterstones, which is the second instalment!

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