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  • Paperback
  • 398 pages
  • The Riddles of Epsilon
  • Christine Morton-Shaw
  • English
  • 11 July 2019
  • 9780007199822

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www.riddlesofepsilon.com, whileOther details of my books can be found if you type in my name to google As for me, I m generally considered a bit spooky, a bit mad or both Maybe I am My new novel The Hunt for the Seventh comes out of September 30th 2008 Christine Morton Shaw spent much of her childhood wandering through old churches, deserted abbeys, and stately homes in Lancashire, England When she was six years old, she had a recurring dream that she was meeting a girl from Victorian times The girl always did the same thing in the dream She would run to the top of a staircase, see Christine, and say in a wobbly voice Mother That little girl is here again Then Christine would wake up The author has a fascination for any and all clues left by the past Egyptian hieroglyphics, and her own inventions based on them, kept her occupied during long winters She considers the scores of published and unpublished diaries that she has read to be one of her greatest influences as a writer Christine Morton Shaw lives with her family in Sheffield, England She is the author of many picture books for children The Riddles of Epsilon is her first novel.

10 thoughts on “The Riddles of Epsilon

  1. says:

    Reviewed by Jocelyn Pearce for TeensReadToo.comWhen she gets into some trouble at school, Jess s parents think they have the perfect solution they ll move to Lume, an island in the middle of nowhere She thinks there is absolutely nothing interesting about Lume until she discovers a derelict old cottage There s something creepy about the cottage some sort of presence that Jess can t describe It turns even weirder and scarier when that same presence shows up in her instant message conversations with no record of it on her computer This ghostly being, whatever he is, is soon revealed to be the owner of the cottage He calls himself Epsilon, and he is leading Jess on a dark sort of treasure hunt where the treasure, if she solves his riddles properly, will be saving her mother The eerie quest mirrors that ...

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    I m suprised this isn t popular..It s one of those books where you pretty much know how it s going to end, yet you have clue what twists and turns you re going to have to take to get you there The nitty gritty slight spoiler s up ahead Jess has moved to the island of Lume with her parents, it is boring and small and just old She is bored She goes out walking and finds a cottage, it is so run down she has to force her way into it She feels a strange yet comforting spirit inside She s creeped out, but curious what the clues left for her mean She has to solve riddle after riddle about the island She doesn t know who to trust, she only knows her mom is in danger, that her mind has been consumed with something forcing her to collect sea shells and draw images and sketches of one lady all over the house She has her own spiritua...

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    This book gave me a major case of the hebe gebes No joke, I seriously felt like someone was watching me while I read this bookMaybe it was EpsilonBesides the spookiness, this book was AMAZING This book was probably written for me to be honest as it contains all my favourite things Favourite things 1 Books set in the UK2 Riddles and poems especially creepy ones 3 Treasure hunts4 Weird old ladies 5 Castles next to lakesA...

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    I checked this out from the library on a whim I liked the blurb and it seemed interesting Turns out it was a pretty good choice At first, I was slightly put off by the narrator, Jess , attitude And then I remembered what I was like at 14 Bratty, bitchy and generally grumpy Her characterization was spot on, for a 14 year old girl to act any differently after her parents forced her to move to a remote island would seem unrealistic and totally disingenuous Jess is an interesting protagonist She is headstrong and a true representation of the modern era When compared with some of the scenes from Sebastian s era, it shows what a strong and valiant character she is I eventually grew to find Jess a lot tolerable and she proved to be an amazingly independent and tough character Her counterpart, Sebastian, isn t given as much screen time, but he s still a strong character that tries so hard not to give in to temptation The plot of the book is shown in many different ways Through Jess diary, her instant message conversations, Sebastian s diary, pictures by Jess mother, and a letter from Sebastian s mother It was done really well, and the two different eras complemented each other very we...

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    I was surprised by how suspenseful this was it was full of creepiness, like leave the lights on, look over your shoulder eerie I thought the story was pretty good, and the code the protagonist, Jessica, had to decipher was a nice touch, but the climax felt a little too easy, and the last couple chapters following it seemed unnecessary The epilogue felt a bit tacked on, like the author had some new idea and just had to add it in whether it made sense or not The same riddles and clues were repeated in nearly every chapter, and that got quite tedious It s written in a pseudo diary style, but I think it would have worked better if that had been dropped, because it didn t seem diary like at all, really it tried to be, but it came off inconsistent, and when you really think about it, the way the entries are formatted didn t make much sense if you take into consideration that she would be writing them at the most inopportune moments she finds out s...

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    I began this particular book with than a dash of trepidation It was the last on the shelf at the school book sale, so I took that as a sign that I should give the book a try Let me say that I devoured the book in an afternoon and an all nighter I couldn t put it down suspense, mystery, suspense again It s such a unique story with unique plot twists and pizazz that not many ya books have I have read a TON of ya books from all over the ya spectrum, but Epsilon has always stuck out to me as a special one It s stayed with me since finishing it The story is one that gives you something to think on, to digest The message is deep rooted in self spirituality and makes you stop and cons...

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    This book s premise is pretty ridiculous, but it was well written enough to keep me reading I guess I thought it would get better Though I enjoyed the writing and the clues about discovering what was going on, the plot line of the dark b...

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    It s a very philosophical kind of book, but not in a boring way It Delves into the corners of your mind and sends chills up your spine You can close your eyes and wind up in the middle of nowhere Definitely mysterious and awesome

  10. says:

    The Riddles of Epsilon was very interestingat times even a little spooky I enjoyed reading it a great deal and i have to admit that even I couldn t figure out the riddle untill the very end Good luck

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