Magic can do a lot―give you flight, show you mermaids, help you taste the stars, and… solve the budget crisis? That's what the grown-ups will do with it if they ever make it to Neverland to steal its magic and bring their children home.
However, Gwen doesn't know this. She's just a sixteen-year-old girl with a place on the debate team and a powerful crush on Jay, the soon-to-be homecoming king. She doesn't know her little sister could actually run away with Peter Pan, or that she might have to chase after her to bring her home safe. Gwen will find out though―and when she does, she'll discover she's in the middle of a looming war between Neverland and reality.
She'll be out of place as a teenager in Neverland, but she won't be the only one. Peter Pan's constant treks back to the mainland have slowly aged him into adolescence as well. Soon, Gwen will have to decide whether she's going to join impish, playful Peter in his fight for eternal youth… or if she's going to scramble back to reality in time for the homecoming dance.
I have actually had the chance to read and review this title already. If you haven't gotten the chance to check out my thoughts on The Neverland Wars you can check it out HERE
The younger of the Hoffman sisters, Rosemary is the latest addition to Peter Pan's band of lost children, having flown off just this year to explore the beauty and excitement of Neverland. Her imagination, impressive on its own, has been organically nurtured by her big sister's stories and tall tales. She loves animals and is easily enchanted by flowers. She makes friends wherever she goes, and especially enjoys coaxing quieter children out of their shells. She is self-centered, too excited by her own passions and desires to take into consideration anyone else's. Coloring is one of her favorite hobbies, and she prides herself on her connect-the-dot abilities.
Rosemary has always lived in a fantasy world, easily enchanted and full of joy. She has no qualms about joining Peter to defend the alternate reality she's always felt should exist. Everyone, even the most persnickety of the fairies, likes Rosemary, and she is happy to learn how to understand the fairy language. Any time she learns something new she wants to share it, but she usually jumbles the facts. She is gracious and rarely forgets her manners, but is usually oblivious to how other people are feeling. She loves all of her family, but shares a special connection with her young-at-heart big sister, which is why she comes back for Gwen after she runs away to Neverland. You can find out more about the other lost children at Paper Type Adventures and our previous blog tour stops, or in The Neverland Wars, out now!
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