Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

25/02/2018

Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow
by
Jessica Townsend

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Firstly I LOVED reading Nevermore! I can’t wait to read more of Morrigan’s adventures in Nevermore!!

This is a story about a young girl named Morrigan Crow. Young Morrigan is destined to die on the stroke of midnight on her eleventh birthday. But just as the clock strikes midnight, a young man known as Jupiter North, comes just in time to take Morrigan to the magical city of Nevermoor. But she isn’t out of danger yet. In order to stay in Nevermoor, she must pass four dangerous trials, by using a secret talent, which Morrigan doesn’t have…
My favourite character is Morrigan herself. She is a very kind and talented young girl, although she didn’t know it until recently. It turns out that she was never cursed, but gifted with an extraordinary talent. She has a very kind and loyal friend named Hawthorne Swift. She is a very smart and likeable character. My favourite part is when Jupiter saved Morrigan, by taking her away from Crow Manor , off to Nevermoor. Morrigan is a permanent resident in Hotel Deucalion, a hotel in Nevermoor. She gets given an umbrella with an opal handle carved into the shape of a bird. On the first trial, she rides the Magnificat, Fenstra to hit a coloured target to pass onto the next trial.

I really enjoyed reading Nevermoor : The Trials of Morrigan Crow. It’s one of those books that I will enjoy rereading. I throughly recommend Morrigan Crow, to people who like the Harry Potter books and people that like fantasy.

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