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After nearly losing Wendy, Peter returns her to her family but fears she may not be safe from Hook. Torn between protecting Wendy and leading the lost boys, he must decide to fulfill his duty or follow his heart.
Wendy pans, and awakes in her bedroom, clothes stained in blood, with no memories of Peter or Neverland. Wendy struggles to return to her normal life, for shadows plague her during the day, and where shadows roam—monsters follow.
With Hook closing in on the lost boys’ hideout, Peter faces a betrayer from within the ranks of Neverwood. The final battle is on the horizon, and the secret to victory lies with the shadows, but only one can hear their voice, the Lost Girl.
Lost Boy is absolutely amazing! The story is fascinating because it’s classic Peter Pan with a new and exciting twist. Chanda has a way of making me fall in love with most of her characters while greatly disliking the rest. I feel like there is no in between with her. I either love them or hate them. The sequel picks up a few weeks after Lost Girl ended when Wendy panned and Peter chose to take her back to her parents. Wendy has to learn everything all over again including her love for Peter. I find it fascinating how strong Wendy gets in this one. She spends so much time finding out who she is and how her power fits into her story. The twists and turns keeps it interesting and exciting. The ending came too soon and I already can’t wait until the third book comes out. I love it so much I highly recommend Lost Boy to any and everyone.
I devoured this book as fast as I could. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Chanda Hahn has a way of immersing her readers into her world. It was an amazing book and I cannot wait for the next book!
Not enough amazing words to describe this book
I honestly loved lost girl and have been waiting to read lost boy and it didn’t disappoint. I love the story so very much it keeps you hooked through the whole story which I rare these days because most books move slowly but Chanda didn’t disappoint. Her stories somehow always get better and better I’ve never read a sequel from her that I didn’t care for or didn’t like equally if not more than the previous one. You will not be disappointed to read this!