The Inquisitor's Tale is truly a work of art. At first, I didn't really want to read it. But then I caught on, and the story got more and more exciting every time you turn a page. Gidwitz weaves this story with magic, casting it's readers under a spell. With exciting characters, magnificent powers, and holy dogs, this tale will make you feel enthralled, excited and wonder all at the same time. The Inquisitor's Tale is a freaking masterpiece.
This book was really great. Clever characters, Tricks and Turns, and Secrecy and Stealth, this book was a true beauty! Filled with Puzzles and Riddles, a group of children get together when they pass a mysterious test. They meet terrible and kind characters along the way, and one of those fellows that landed in the good side was Mr. Benedict, the benefactor of that event. He asked them to do something none of them had ever done in their lives: Becoming Agents. Some were less enthusiastic as others, but they soon realize they could not imagine a world where they were not together. Can they put their minds together and find out what Mr. Curtain is up to? It is up to these four young kids to stop something terrible from happening, and they named themselves after the beloved man who brought them together in the first place: The Mysterious Benedict Society.
This book is HORRIBLE. I was reading it at my school library, and I was like, 'What do the Authors of this book want this generation of kids living in?' I've seen many of my classmates imitating those disgusting 'memes' in class. Don't get me wrong, I like playing Fortnite. I just don't feel like making fun of a nice game. Its just, UGH. You should try and appreciate the normal game and not photoshop it and add disgusting 'captions' to it.