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~READ EBOOK ☭ Wormwood Mire ☳ This spine tingling sequel to Withering by Sea sees Stella sent away to the moldering old family estate, where she discovers two odd cousins and a mysteryEleven year old Stella Montgomery has always wondered about her family What happened to her mother And could she have a long lost sister somewhere Stella s awful Aunts refuse to tell her anything, and now they have sent her Stella away to the old family home at Wormwood Mire, where she must live with two strange cousins and their governessBut dark secrets slither and skulk within overgrown grounds of the moldering house, and Stella must be brave if she s to find out who or what she really is I may or may not have stayed up until 11 30 at night to finish this bookI didAnd I don t regret it This book was really good and I think it s safe to say that this series is one of my favourite middle grade series Unfortunately this series is highly underrated though I do think the first book was slightly better but this book was still really good It s very hard to compare the 2 because they are so different I m happy we got lots of answers as well. Wormwood Mire is evenbeautifully presented than Withering by Sea.The green ink font and illustrations generously scattered throughout the book make this a visual feast as well as a glorious, mysterious and slightly magical read.I was entranced with the new story from page one.Chapter One reveals a rather Harry Potteresque illustration of Stella sitting in a railway carriage by herself staring forlornly out the window She has been banished from her aunts for her bad behaviour at the end Wormwood Mire is evenbeautifully presented than Withering by Sea.The green ink font and illustrations generously scattered throughout the book make this a visual feast as well as a glorious, mysterious and slightly magical read.I was entranced with the new story from page one.Chapter One reveals a rather Harry Potteresque illustration of Stella sitting in a railway carriage by herself staring forlornly out the window She has been banished from her aunts for her bad behaviour at the end of the first book They feel she is in need of proper tuition and education and have decided to send her off to school with her cousins, Strideforth and Hortense.Fortunately for Stella, the cousins are kindred spirits Unfortunately for all three of them, the old family home, Wormwood Mire almost a character in itself is haunted by a mysterious and sinister creature that lurks in the woods.The pacing and tension in book two is tremendous Fast paced and convincing, Rossell has created a believable world that lives on the edge of feyness Wormwood Mire is farcomplex and engrossing than book one and takes us down a completely different path A path full of gothic adventure and lots of family secrets.Full review here These are such lovely books Such care has gone into designing cover, illustrations, even the font and ink colour so that the physical object of the book enhances the enjoyment of reading the story This time Stella has been sent away by her dreadful aunts to stay at Wormwood Mire, the run down home of the Montgomery family There are mysterious cousins, a creepy house, strange beasts and taciturn housekeepers to contend with And Stella is also dealing with memories that begin to resurface, mem These are such lovely books Such care has gone into designing cover, illustrations, even the font and ink colour so that the physical object of the book enhances the enjoyment of reading the story This time Stella has been sent away by her dreadful aunts to stay at Wormwood Mire, the run down home of the Montgomery family There are mysterious cousins, a creepy house, strange beasts and taciturn housekeepers to contend with And Stella is also dealing with memories that begin to resurface, memories of the last time she was in that house, ten years ago, when something dreadful happened to Stella, her mother and her long vanished twin sister.The plot hums along, the characters are charming and the level of spookiness is pitched just right for a middle grade audience And the writing is superb Judith Roswell really knows how to craft a sentence as well as how to tell a good story I would have liked a littledevelopment in one or two points, one of the villains is a little under cooked, but overall this was great.I can t wait to read the third and final installment I liked this first book better than the first one in the series It has acheerful tone and a possible better future for Stella.However, the climax of the book, to my mind, was very similar to that of the first book. 3.5 stars I enjoyed Withering by Sea, but loved Wormwood Mire even better It s a littlehopeful, the pace is wonderful and even gripping , and I love where this story is going The new characters introduced are engaging and interesting, and I can t wait to read what happens next in the series This book tells the story of Stella Montgomery, and how she moves to her family s house, called Wormwood Mire She gets to meet some of her cousins, who live there This is the second and final part of Stella s adventures I think that both books have the same story structure, which makes me feel a little bit disappointed, because I was expecting the second book to have a different, or even similar structure But I liked it because she finally solved the mystery that she was trying to solve in t This book tells the story of Stella Montgomery, and how she moves to her family s house, called Wormwood Mire She gets to meet some of her cousins, who live there This is the second and final part of Stella s adventures I think that both books have the same story structure, which makes me feel a little bit disappointed, because I was expecting the second book to have a different, or even similar structure But I liked it because she finally solved the mystery that she was trying to solve in the 1st book I would recommend reading the first book too, because if you don t, you will not get many parts of the 2nd book I think that Judith Rossell, the author, is a very good artist, because her drawings are so detailed, and I can tell that she put a lot of work into them.I think that if you like fantasy, and mystery, you will like this book I would say that the age range for this book is age 9 , due to scariness Enjoyed this middle grade historical fantasy which reminded me of Eva Ibbotson Here is a link to my review of books 1 and 2 Enjoyed this middle grade historical fantasy which reminded me of Eva Ibbotson Here is a link to my review of books 1 and 2 Once again Judith Rossell has created a beautiful and immersive adventure.Stella is a great character, she is brave, curious and considerate I loved her in the first book and now in the sequel she is just as endearing She has new companions to help her along who are also very lovable Not only is the story beautifully written, but the book itself is lovely with great cover art and illustrations throughout.I would definitely recommend this book Great for kids and adults who love mystery and ad Once again Judith Rossell has created a beautiful and immersive adventure.Stella is a great character, she is brave, curious and considerate I loved her in the first book and now in the sequel she is just as endearing She has new companions to help her along who are also very lovable Not only is the story beautifully written, but the book itself is lovely with great cover art and illustrations throughout.I would definitely recommend this book Great for kids and adults who love mystery and adventure