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I am three quarters of the way through this book at the moment. It’s a mystery, and quite spooky really. Something is scratching around in the attic above Alison’s room. Yet the only thing up there is a stack of grimy old plates. Alison and her stepbrother, Roger, discover that the flowery patterns on the plates, when traced onto paper, can be fitted together to create owls-owls that disappear when no one is watching. With each vanished owl, strange events begin to happen.
It’s a gripping and creepy plot and I’m really enjoying it.
I have just started reading this after it was recommended to me by several people. It starts with a shipwreck and a baby girl saved from the sea, found floating in a cello case. Little Sophie is looked after by her eccentric guardian Charles and seems determined to find her mother, who she believes is still alive.
I’m already hooked – will review it when I’ve finished reading it!