Series: Adventures in Neverland

Average Rating: 3.5


Review: Neverland by Anna Katmore

Posted 14 July, 2014 by Abbey in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Neverland by Anna Katmore

Neverland was an okay book. There were parts that I loved and parts that I found to just be kind of boring. Two POVs were featured  in the novel: Angelina’s and Captain Jamie Hook’s. The book starts with Angelina at home in London. When she falls from her balcony, she ends up falling into Neverland. Throughout the story, she tries her best to return home. If being trapped in a foreign land isn’t enough, the more time she spends there, the less she remembers about her life in London. I have mixed feelings about Angelina. At times she was a tough, smart character. In other instances, she was the exact opposite. She made some stupid decisions that made me want to shake some sense into her. I know she was desperate to return home, but that doesn’t mean she has to throw common sense out the window. On the outside, Captain James Hook is a ruthless pirate. Most people don’t get to see the other side of him. Don’t tell the inhabitants of Neverland this, but he’s not nearly as vile as he lets on. In reality, he can be quite caring. But with a difficult past and a pirate image to maintain, he doesn’t make it a habit of showing people what he’s truly like. It all starts when Jamie kidnaps Angelina. He’s seeking information on Peter Pan that […]