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Kid View: The Lost Lullaby by Jason Segel and Kristen Miller (Nightmares series, book #3)

The Lost Lullaby front cover

Kid View: The Lost Lullaby by Jason Segel and Kristen Miller (Nightmares series, book #3)

The Lost Lullaby Book Cover The Lost Lullaby
Nightmares!
Jason Segel, Kirsten Miller
Adventure, Creepy, Fantasy, Fiction, Middle grades, Mystery
Delacorte Books for Young Readers
September 13, 2016
318
9-12
so amazing!

 
Charlie has been having the weirdest nightmares, he is not even sure they're his. And there is a new girl at his school who every student was sure they had seen before. Charlie and his friends thought they had put a stop to the twins, ICK and INK, but that turns out to not be the case. Charlie has been hearing strange noises after dark too and is convinced the twins are behind that and are plotting something big and deadly on the city. But surprisingly, that's not all of their worries...
 

 

The Lost Lullaby spine without book jacket“So many sheep. So little sleep.”

 

Review

The Lost Lullaby is an epic conclusion to the thrilling Nightmares! series. It is a fantasy and adventure book that sucks the reader into the pages while they read which makes the book really hard to put down. And even though the book closes up nicely, you still feel like there could be more coming.
 
The poison garden chapter 8 by jason segel and kirsten miller
 
Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller create an interesting twist that blurs the line between the fantasy Netherworld and reality. The Netherworld is the place where all nightmares live and act in your nightmare.
 
The mains theme to this book is trust because Charlie has to learn to trust in his brother and a deadly ghost girl who may or may not be on their side. Though the book may sound a bit scary (with the title Nightmares! and all) but really only a tiny bit creepy and is suitable for ages 10 an up.
 
I think finally once I’m done reading the book I have decided that my favorite character is India Kessog because she is very mysterious and does everything she could think of to rescue her sister who was trapped in the Netherworld. I think I enjoyed this book because it really doesn’t have a clear ending so whenever I would stop reading I was always like ooh what’s going to happen next? even at the ends of chapters. Overall I think this book is slightly better than the first two, but the entire series is amazing!
 
The Lost Lullaby Nightmares #3 with me
 


 

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