I'm very much looking forward to the journey, as this opening volume is a great beginning.
I think the balance is just right, and the storytelling framework keeps you out of his thoughts, which is a very good thing.
Over all I would recommend this book to just about anyone who enjoys great imaginative tales.
This story was a great read I enjoyed it. I am looking forward to the second volume to see how the villain of the story is. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Randy VanHorn
New Release! I received an electronic copy of this book from Netgalley for the purposes of review.
Premise: It's a reimagining of Peter Pan set in France during WWII. Read more
This book is awesome, it's a terrific spin off of peter pan. Peter Pan + WWII = Just awesome. You can feel the WWII intensity, but still have the esthetic childish love that is... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joel
Peter's words are the title of this review -- "second window to the right" ...
That's the way that the adventure begins. Read more
Peter Panzerfaust is a really cool historical take on Peter Pan. Being an American orphan stuck in WWII France, Peter joins with other orphans whose orphanage has been destroyed... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Craig W