Ashish Jacob Jacob itibaren Bokštai, Litvanya
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I think, no, I'm sure that the main character, Omri, annoyed me when I read this as a kid. He was self-righteous and didn't want to do anything interesting with the cupboard. But I reread this book last week and I love how Lynne Reid Banks has written him. Omri is not annoying, he's not precocious, he's just grown-up. He does make mistakes, and he's lucky that they aren't serious enough to cause him grief. Highly enjoying for even older teens to read. I recommend the rest of the series as well: The Indian in the Cupboard stands well enough on its own, but reading the other four books reveals many twists and turns that will have you wondering how long it took Banks to work this all out.