Neverland (Adventures in Neverland, #1) by Anna KatmoreThere is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here.
“Any last words?”
“Go to hell, you freaking…filthy…godforsaken…”
Our noses almost touch as he dips his head and brushes a strand of my hair behind my ear. “Angel, the word you’re looking for is pirate.”
Strange things are happening in Neverland…
Although Angelina McFarland loves reading fairytales, she never dreamed of falling right into one herself. Literally! But who is this flying boy who saved her? And why doesn’t he want to grow up?
Desperately trying to find a way off this cursed island, Angelina runs into a ruthless pirate. Hook captures her and keeps her trapped on his ship, the Jolly Roger, to lure the flying boy out of his hiding.
But is Hook really the heartless man she heard about? The more time Angel spends with him, the more she starts to wonder. Her growing feelings for him are as intense as shocking, and soon she can’t stop thinking about how soft his lips felt on hers when he kissed her under the stars.
As time passes, an old train ticket to London is all she has left to remind her of her former life and why she can’t give up trying to find a way home.
Or is staying in Neverland forever the better choice after all?
Grab a happy thought and follow Angel on an adventure that will keep you breathless and smiling long after you read the last page…
Mind the cliffhanger! (I’m sorry!)
The sequel PAN’S REVENGE is already available.
‘Peter Pan,’ ‘Jake and the Never Land Pirates’ Entertain Audiences
Whether it was Duck Tales, Aladdin, or Castle of Illusion, if you had yourself a Disney title you knew you were in for something special. In the latter days of 32, 64, and even bit however, finding a quality Mickey Mouse offering is about as likely as the wicked stepsisters becoming runway fashion models. Gameplay Similar to just about every platformer-on-rails that you've played before, Return to Never Land doesn't offer anything fresh at all. Confined to the easily beaten stages, Peter Pan flies around the enclosed areas at a sluggish pace while swiping too-stupid A. Despite the somewhat unresponsive movement of the world's oldest boy-warrior, slashing the bajeezus out your dim-witted opponents is way too simplistic. I do realize that this one is aimed towards younger children, but I have to wonder how long they can take the sparse combat environment before shutting everything off.
Please don't ask, because I will not grant permission. It's just that too many sites don't keep their version of my FAQ up to date which makes for a lot of hassle in my mailbox. So if anyone sees this FAQ on any site other than those mentioned above, please let me know and I will take care of the situation, thanks. X - hold to fly up. Triangle - Play panpipes [once you earn the skill from a boss]. Square - Use the knife, if you hold the button down you can also throw the knife [once you earn the skill from a boss].
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