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Peter and Tinker Bell are struggling to pay off debt on their theater and Hook has stolen the performers. So in search of new performers to bring back the crowds and pay off their debt, they go to Earth where they find twins, John and Michael Darling. Both are eager to join in his troupe after watching Peter juggle plasma instead of starting college, but before they can runaway and join the circus they are caught by their older sister Wendy.
Soon this group is on an adventure filled with secrets, drama, danger and, of course, romance between the roguish Peter and responsible Wendy.
What I enjoyed about this story was how well the familiar story of Peter Pan is incorporated into this brand new story where Peter is a street performer and the Lost Boys were his fellow performers in his troupe who began disappearing. How tinkling bells that represent how the fairies sound when they talk and fairy dust are transformed into a warning system and toxic zombie-inducing dust, respectively.
Overall, Planet Neverland by J.M. Page and Juno Wells was an entertaining story that blended the classic elements of the well-known tale of Peter Pan seamlessly with sci-fi elements like gravity boots, space, and more. I happily recommend.
(I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
Slight Spoilers Coming. All of the books from this author are clean and I have recommended some of them for younger readers before, but here using a drug to control people is a big part of the antagonist's plot, so this one might be considered a little more PG-13 than normal, but still acceptable for 14 and 15 year olds I imagine. And at the end of the book we get a little teaser for the next book, Snow White and the Seven Dwarf Planets which looks like a lot of fun and I am really looking forward to it. Overall if you are looking for a clean fairy tale retelling with a sci-fi twist, I recommend this and this author's other books as well.
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I wish the characters could have been a little more original though. (I know, it's like a fanfiction, but come on)
Planet Neverland was a great read! My rating is more towards a 3.Read more