The Pan: Experiencing Neverland

The Pan Experiencing Neverland Take a journey with one of the world s most popular orphans Peter Pan as he leaves his native land England in search of adventure Traveling across the Atlantic Ocean Peter makes some new friends

  • Title: The Pan: Experiencing Neverland
  • Author: Matthew Eldridge
  • ISBN: 9781515053026
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Take a journey with one of the world s most popular orphans, Peter Pan, as he leaves his native land, England, in search of adventure Traveling across the Atlantic Ocean, Peter makes some new friends and villainous enemies as well Eventually, he discovers the place where a boy should never ever be Neverland The land of pirates, natives, zombies, missionaries, and Wendy Take a journey with one of the world s most popular orphans, Peter Pan, as he leaves his native land, England, in search of adventure Traveling across the Atlantic Ocean, Peter makes some new friends and villainous enemies as well Eventually, he discovers the place where a boy should never ever be Neverland The land of pirates, natives, zombies, missionaries, and Wendy s orphans, the Lost Boys And while Peter vows to never grow up, he can t help but to mature into a young man, faced with the attraction of a beautiful young woman But Peter s entrusted with a secret He can stay young forever, after all He only needs to discover the clues to finding and unlocking the Fountain of Youth, while battling the dreaded Captain Hook for the same prize Matthew Eldridge s version of the Peter Pan story is a dark, humanistic, yet innocent adventure, dipped in realism with true settings and believable characters Join Peter, Wendy, John, Micheal, Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook and many others as they fight their way from Neverland to the Fountain of Youth This is not a fairy tale, but a historical action adventure following the life of the boy who refuses to grow up.

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    1. SPOILER FREE Book Review: THE PAN: EXPERIENCING NEVERLAND by MATTHEW ELDRIDGEI *loved* this book! It was so fun to just escape from our world into this magical one! I didn't really have any expectations going into it, but I was blown away! The pacing was perfect, it never felt to fast or too slow, and I loved the world building and the setting! It felt like our world but an alternate version of it.I thought Peter was a super great character- despite his flaws, you can't help but love him. The sm [...]

    2. I loved this book! It was such good writing, and Matthew really bad you feel as though you are apart of the story and of Peter and the gang. Personally, I feel as though my favorite thing about this book, is that it's not just an average retelling - but instead of all the fantasy and Disneyworks, it is based in real places, as if Peter, Wendy and the Lost Boys - were real. And I love that about this book!** I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

    3. THE PAN: EXPERIENCING NEVERLAND by MATTHEW ELDRIDGE - NON-SPOILER REVIEW*I was sent a copy of this book to read and review in exchange for my honest opinion. Thank you for this opportunity.*This book is a re-telling of Peter Pan, but than way cooler (yeah, it's possible). All the origional characters still played a role in the story, but the author introduced new characters as well. It was Peter Pan, but in a different way. It was the same, but it wasn't. It made the book very unique and fun to [...]

    4. Review posted on Between RealityI won’t lie, I picked up The Pan: Experiencing Neverland because of the promise of it being dark. Don’t get me wrong, I like Peter Pan and his childish innocent ways, but I most definitely wanted to see a dark version.I was disappointed though, although it may be just me personally, I felt that it lacked the ‘darkness’ that I was looking for. Admittedly, I had wanted to see Peter be rather…well, bad. My interpretation of dark was that he wasn’t going t [...]

    5. Putting this down since I'm having trouble still with getting into it. Will pick up again someday

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