Review: Facing the Hunchback of Notre Dame (The Enchanted Attic Series, #1) by L.L. Samson

A few weeks ago I read this book and posted the book trailer for it. It’s the first in a new series for young readers, coming out in May, in which 12-year-old twins Linus and Ophelia discover a magic circle in their aunt and uncle’s attic, which brings book characters to life. (Of course the circle is also being misused for bad deeds by a nefarious former house occupant). One day Ophelia drops her copy of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” down, and the next thing they know, Quasimodo is there in person. Enlisting the help of a young neighbor friend and a “cool” priest, they have a race against time to get Quasi back to his own world.

I loved this book and look forward to more in this series. I’ve already recommended it for our school library and will be getting it for my own elementary-age children.

Thanks, Net Galley and Zonderkidz books, for my kindle copy!

One thought on “Review: Facing the Hunchback of Notre Dame (The Enchanted Attic Series, #1) by L.L. Samson

  1. Pingback: Quick Kids’ Review: THE ENCHANTED ATTIC: BOOKS 2 and 3 by LL Samson | Beth's Book-Nook Blog

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