The Abominables

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How did I get it?:
I bought it!

Synopsis:

The Abominables follows a family of yetis who are forced, by tourism, to leave their home in the Himalayas and make their way across Europe to a possible new home. Siblings Con and Ellen shepherd the yetis along their eventful journey, with the help of Perry, a good-natured truck driver. Through a mountain rescue in the Alps and a bullfight in Spain, the yetis at last find their way to an ancestral estate in England—only to come upon a club of voracious hunters who have set their sights on the most exotic prey of all: the Abominable Snowmen.

Thoughts:

The Abominables was picked for me to read by the lovely readers of my blog for Luna’s Picks. It was such a cute and easy to read book! The Abominables is such a sweet story which actually is quite fairy-tale esque. Perfect recipe for me!

The Abominables are Yetis who have been undiscovered in the Himalayas for centuries. Lord Farlingham takes his daughter Agatha on an expedition. The story begins with Agatha being kidnapped from her tent. Agatha is scared to begin with, but she soon realises that she has nothing to fear. She decides to stay and care for the Abominable Snowmen that have taken her! The creatures in this story aren’t scary at all. They’re incredibly endearing and its easy to see why Agatha made the decision she did to care for them. The story goes on to explore how our human world treats animals. It’s interesting to read between the lines and recognise the message The Abominables brings with it.

The story isn’t perfect, but it’s sweet and fairy-tale esque. I’m glad that I read it!

Would I recommend it?:
Yes!

An easy to read, fairy-tale like story with a deeper message than you’d expect!

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