My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I spent many moments while reading this book wondering how two people, who live in different cities and possess remarkably different writing styles, could possibly write a book together.
By the time I was finished, I decided they did it kind of like that parlour game where one person in the room starts a potboiler, spins it to a cliffhanger and then hands it to another person, who then continues the potboiler and spins it to yet another cliffhanger. And so on. The parlour-game-potboiler becomes, by design, overly long with too many needless cliffhangers.
Which kind of describes this book. Not that it wasn't a fun read. But I could have done without about half of the obstacles and cliffhangers.
Clever by half in explaining the genesis of Peter Pan, the Lost Boys and Captain Hook. Oh, and Tinkerbell in the last two pages.
A tad too violent for my now almost seven year old but a good book for the "read-when-older" shelf. An adventure he'll most likely enjoy.
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