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Headscratchers: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
  • How exactly does the time travelling work in this book?
    • More specifically, if all the children leave Miss Peregrine's Home on the morning of September 4th, 1940, why haven't they run into Abraham Portman yet and why didn't everyone know that the kids had left in the modern times when Jacob first came to the island?
    • I think because Abraham was no longer inside the loop to leave the loop, they don't see him outside it when they leave at the end of the book. I mean, within the constraints of the time loop, the kids are still aware of "the next day" and they can do different things everyday unlike the regular people on the island, so they aren't looping,technically, so I figure Abraham doesn't, either. Maybe their some weird Timey-Wimey effect that makes you immune to that sort of thing after you've lived in a loop, aware of the loop. Of course Abraham could be out there, they just don't run into him.
    • Also, they left in the dead of night, to make sure no one knew.
      • And they left by way of some rowboats, from a little-used part of the island. Abe walked right through town and caught the ferry over.
  • If Millard is invisible, then why wasn't his blood invisible when he was shot?
    • Only things inside his skin and his hairs are invisible. We don't see the food that he eats after it enters his mouth.
      • Unless he chews with his mouth open, which further proves the point.
  • how did Enoch discover his power? was he just randomly shoving hearts in to dead people?
  • And why did he shout "rise dead-man" when he was raising martin its obviously unnecessary because he doesn't do it in the 2nd book
    • Dramatic effect...
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