The Riddles of Epsilon

The Riddles of Epsilon Something Dark Has Awoken On The Remote Island Of LumeJess Is Not Pleased When Her Parents Drag Her Off To Live On The Weird Little Island Of Lume But Then She Encounters An Eerie Presence In An Abandoned Cottage, And Her Anger Turns To Fear When It Begins To Lead Her Through A Series Of Creepy Riddles As She Slowly Unravels The Mysteries Of Lume, She Finds The Writings Of Sebastian, A Boy Who Lived One Hundred Years Ago And Whose Life Contains Unsettling Reflections Of Her Own To Her Horror, The Dangers He Unearthed In 1894 Now Begin To Threaten Jess And Her Family And If Jess Does Not Unlock The Riddles In Time, She May Lose Her Mother Forever. Reviewed by Jocelyn Pearce for TeensReadToo.comWhen she gets into some trouble at school, Jess s parents think they have the perfect solution they ll move to Lume, an island in the middle of nowhere She thinks there is absolutely nothing interesting about Lume until she discovers a derelict old cottage There s something creepy about the cottage some sort of presence that Jess can t describe It turns even weirder and scarier when that same presence shows up in her instant message conversati Reviewed by Jocelyn Pearce for TeensReadToo.comWhen she gets into some trouble at school, Jess s parents think they have the perfect solution they ll move to Lume, an island in the middle of nowhere She thinks
I m suprised this isn tpopular..It s one of those books where you pretty much know how it s going to end, yet you have clue what twists and turns you re going to have to take to get you there The nitty gritty slight spoiler s up ahead Jess has moved to the island of Lume with her parents, it is boring and small and just old She is bored She goes out walking and finds a cottage, it is so run down she has to force her way into it She feels a strange yet comforting spirit inside She I m suprised this isn tpop
KICK ASS BOOK I COULD NOT STOP READING IT PERFECTLY BRILLIANT This book gave me a major case of the hebe gebes No joke, I seriously felt like someone was watching me while I read this bookMaybe it was EpsilonBesides the spookiness, this book was AMAZING This book was probably written for me to be honest as it contains all my favourite things Favourite things 1 Books set in the UK2 Riddles and poems especially creepy ones 3 Treasure hunts4 Weird old ladies 5 Castles next to lakesAnd this book had them all D D D The only problem It s a This book gave me a major case of the hebe gebes No joke, I seriously felt like someone was watching me while I read this bookMaybe it was EpsilonBesides the spookiness, this book was AMAZING This book was probably written
I checked this out from the library on a whim I liked the blurb and it seemed interesting Turns out it was a pretty good choice At first, I was slightly put off by the narrator, Jess , attitude And then I remembered what I was like at 14 Bratty, bitchy and generally grumpy Her characterization was spot on, for a 14 year old girl to act any differently after her parents forced her to move to a remote island would seem unrealistic and totally disingenuous Jess is an interesting protagonist I checked this out from the library on a whim I liked the blurb and it seemed interesting Turns out it was a pretty good choice At first, I was slightly put off by the narrator, Jess , attitude And then I remembered what I was like at 14 Bratty, bitchy and generally grumpy Her characterization was spot on, for a 14 year old girl to act any differently after her parents forced her to move to a remote island would seem unrealistic and totally disingenuous Jess is an interesting protagonist She is headstrong and a true representation of the modern era When compared with some of the scenes from Sebastian s era, it shows what a strong and valiant character she is I eventually grew to find Jess a lottolerable and she proved to be an amazingly independent and tough character Her counterpart, Sebastian, isn t given as much screen time, but he s still a strong characte
I was surprised by how suspenseful this was it was full of creepiness, like leave the lights on, look over your shoulder eerie I thought the story was pretty good, and the code the protagonist, Jessica, had to decipher was a nice touch, but the climax felt a little too easy, and the last couple chapters following it seemed unnecessary The epilogue felt a bit tacked on, like the author had some new idea and just had to add it in whether it made sense or not The same riddles and clues were re I was surprised by how suspenseful this was it was full of creepiness, like leave the lights on, look over your shoulder eerie I thought the story was pretty good, and the code the protagonist, Jessica, had to decipher was a nice touch, but the climax felt a little too easy, and the last couple chapters following it seemed unnecessary The epilogue felt a bit tacked on, like the author had some new idea and just had to add it in whether it made sense or not The same riddles and clues were repeated in nea
I began this particular book withthan a dash of trepidation It was the last on the shelf at the school book sale, so I took that as a sign that I should give the book a try Let me say that I devoured the book in an afternoon and an all nighter I couldn t put it down suspense, mystery, suspense again It s such a unique story with unique plot twists and pizaz
It s a very philosophical kind of book, but not in a boring way It Delves into the corners of your mind and sends chills up your spine You can close your eyes and wind up in the middle of nowhere Definitely mysterious and awesome The Riddles of Epsilon was very interestingat times even a little spooky I enjoyed reading it a great deal and i have to admit that even I couldn t figure out the riddle untill the very end Good luck A.W.E.S.O.M.E I couldn t put this book down after I started reading it There are some twists in this book that are unexpectable The epilogue was totally weird but yet brilliant FANTASTIC

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Riddles of Epsilon
  • Christine Morton-Shaw
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 0060728213