Other then that, yes the book was miraculous, it was wonderful, it contained many mysteries, but funny, not so.
I really liked the fact that the book was made to look like a notebook, and I really enjoyed the polaroid pictures, they enhanced the story and made it more fun, but also more mysterious.
I loved Julie, she was a really wonderful character, in her child form, or her adult form. I loved how serious she took her good guide role and how she tried so much to be friends with the 2 new kids.
Nergui and Chingis were really interesting characters to read about, I was quite curious to find more about them, and when the truth was revealed it was a bit of a shock, but also something I expected, given how much they avoided things, how their home was filled with bags and suitcases, filled and ready to be picked up.
What I like even more was the fact that we have parts now and parts then. The parts then are about Julie in school, and the now parts are about Julie grown-up and going to her old school and searching for Chingis.
In overall, a book I would recommend to everyone. 🙂