Triskellion By Will Peterson Book Review #26

Triskellion is the first book of the trilogy by Will Peterson. I didn’t realise it was a book aimed at young adults and I also didn’t know it was one of a series when I bought it.

Triskellion

Here’s the blurb from Goodreads:

Rachel and Adam are sent to stay with their grandmother, following their parents’ divorce. But the quiet English village is a sinister, unsettling place. Is there a dark heart beating beneath the thatched roofs of Triskellion?

My Thoughts

It was an ok book which did keep me reading until the end but I don’t know if I care enough about Rachel and Adam to bother buying the next 2 books.
Thankfully, it didn’t end on a cliffhanger so I could happily leave the story as it is. In fact, if it weren’t for Goodreads, I’d never have known it was part one of a trilogy.
If they come into the charity shop I might buy them but if not, it won’t be a huge disappointment!

Triskellion by Will Peterson Book Cover

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6 Comments

  1. Kate 8th July 2018 at 9:14 am

    Strange that the book isn’t obviously part of a trilogy. Most now end on a cliff hanger! #readwithme

  2. mumjd 2nd July 2018 at 10:54 pm

    I’m not really into YA, and it doesn’t sound too special from what you say #readwithme

  3. Kim Carberry 2nd July 2018 at 9:26 pm

    Oh dear. It’s a shame when a book just isn’t that great. #readwithme

  4. Catherine @ Story Snug 2nd July 2018 at 9:13 pm

    The blurb does a really good job of making me curious about the book although it’s not a book that would particularly appeal to me.

    #ReadWithMe

  5. Chantelle Hazelden (@MamaMummyMum) 2nd July 2018 at 2:10 pm

    Sounds like a book that you could take it or leave it, I wonder if the subsequent books are about the same people? #readwithme

  6. Sarah MumofThree World 2nd July 2018 at 11:49 am

    The cover looks quite intriguing, but I will give it a miss based on your review! I’ve read some good YA novels for work, but I never choose to read them myself.

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