Discover more about the origins of J. M. Barrie's beloved Peter Pan in this New York Times number one bestseller, a thrilling sequel to Peter and the Starcatchers. A ship draws near Mollusk Island, bringing an eerie passenger - a cloaked stranger who makes even the desperate pirate crew shake in fear. Lord Ombra is coming for Peter and the Lost ...
Discover more about the origins of J. M. Barrie's beloved Peter Pan in this New York Times number one bestseller, a thrilling sequel to Peter and the Starcatchers. A ship draws near Mollusk Island, bringing an eerie passenger - a cloaked stranger who makes even the desperate pirate crew shake in fear. Lord Ombra is coming for Peter and the Lost Boys...Peter and Tinker Bell must travel to the mean streets of Victorian London on a mission to save the world from the forces of darkness - but can they survive the sinister Shadow Thieves? A must for Peter Pan fans - young or old - this action-packed magical adventure reveals even more of the boy-who-never-grew-up's past! These action-packed, magical adventures with black-and-white illustrations are absorbing and fast paced. A film of Peter and the Starcatchers is currently in development, with Gary Ross (director of The Hunger Games) named as the director! You can read the whole series: Peter and the Starcatchers (9781406351828) and Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (9781406351835).
Pearson and Barry take us on a topnotch ride back to Neverland with a cast of creepy people and Pirates. This is the second book of the series following Peter and the Starcatchers Well plotted and profusely illustrated this is a good read for both adults and kids. My intuition is that it will be a shoe-in for Johnny Depp in the movie.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-09-03 The sequel to Peter and the Starcatchers finds Peter and Tinker Bell in London seeking Molly's help in defeating Lord Ombra, who is desperate to get his hands on magical missing starstuff. Ages 10-up. (Sept.) Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 2006-07-24 The stellar Jim Dale helps ageless boy Peter Pan and his beloved Tinker Bell turn up the action-adventure meter a notch in Peter and the Shadow Thieves by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, a follow-up to Peter and the Starcatchers. Peter and Tink travel to the streets of London to help a dear friend, and face-off against a seafaring villain named Lord Ombra to good effect, via Dale's rousing rendition of the tale, and his always colorful and distinctive character voices. (July). Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 2006-06-26 Just in time for summer reading festivities comes a plethora of series additions and favorite characters. "Peter Pan fans will find much to like in a what-if scenario that pays respectful tribute to the original," said PW of Peter and the Starcatchers. Peter and Tink depart Mollusk Island (where they landed in the previous book) for London in Peter and the Shadow Thieves by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. But en route, they encounter creepy Lord Ombra, a cloaked, oozing part-creature/part-man obsessed with possessing the missing starstuff. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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