The Back of the Book: Complete and unabridged
J M Barrie’s immortal story of Peter Pan, the boy who will never grow up
From the moment when Peter Pan and his irritable fairy friend Tinker Bell fly in through the nursery window, the story casts a magic spell. The Darling children are carried away to the Neverland where they meet the Lost Boys, watch shy mermaids playing in the blue lagoon and encounter Captain Hook and his wicked pirate band …
Peter Pan is one of the most popular of all children’s classics. It blends autobiography, fancy, Oedipal myth and fantasy so satisfyingly that, like Alice in Wonderland, its child’s world appeals and intrigues on many levels.
Did Not Finish
I find this book next on the stack and myself with absolutely no desire to read it. So I’m not going to.