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The Carnival of Lost Souls: A Handcuff Kid Novel Hardcover – October 1, 2010
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I think the book is well-written because it has lots of action and teaches you a little bit about Harry Houdini. The author uses lots of descriptive words that tells you a lot about Jack's adventure, almost making you feel like you are in the book.
Another nice touch is providing some background history on Harry Houdini- whom Jack, the protagonist idolizes. The progression of Houdini's life and trials often set a parallel to the troubles Jack faced in each chapter, providing a nice tie in, not just for Jack, but informing the reader as well, and setting the stage for the story as it unfolds.
Here's to hoping a series springs forth from this light, entertaining read, recommended for all ages.
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I had a lot of hope for The Carnival of Lost Souls because I've always been a fan of magic. When I was younger I actually used to collect tricks and anytime there was a magic show... Read morePublished on February 25, 2012 by Jasmine Baggenstos