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If you are a fan of Disney, Peter pan or the retellings you should read this book less. Okay, but, seeing as how the author writes erotica sometimes Inquiring minds want to know.

Austin Chant There's one mildly explicit sex scene - I wouldn't describe it as erotica by any means, but there's certainly sexual tension. See all 5 questions about Peter Darling…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 01, Lola rated it liked it Recommended to Lola by: Though seeing that this is a love-hate relationship, with a focus on the hate part, they cannot stand each other for long enough to sit together in a tree.

It gives them a thrill. Peter and Hook appear as one-dimensional here. They eventually gain dimensionality towards the end, but until then we see more hate than love. Neverland is such a curious place and the author plays with the original story quite a bit. For instance, Peter was Wendy… He is transgender. How unexpected is that? An imaginative fairy tale retelling. Also, Tink is life.

Buddy read with the wonderful Masooma: View all 13 comments. Feb 15, C. Drews rated it really liked it Shelves: And this one was really cute and heartfelt and I liked it! And it was rushed. And it threw in so many action scenes that I couldn't really get to know the characters.

But did I mention it was frikkin adorable?! It reads more like a "sequel" because everyone is grown up and back at Neverland. I did like this! But I also have no idea if it's YA or not because the characters were like I couldn't really get my head around 20 year olds acting like Peter and Hook did and being so childish and naive still.

I mean, sure they were against growing up, but still. Sure people get knocked off, but it's really I always felt Hook and Pan should get together.

So finally. A book that speaks truth. I believe it's ownvoices too? All the scenes where Peter was finding out he was a he not a Wendy were written so emotionally and were so raw and poignant. And there were little snatches of humour. Which just makes me a big fan. Like please, let's stab each other and then kiss and then stab and then have crises about adulting. However NOT a fan of the idea that they needed to grow up.

What is with that. No one wants to adult. And it was too short to really develop the characters. I'm still a fan because Peter Pan!! Dude that rhymes and someone award me. View all 14 comments. Mar 09, Navessa rated it really liked it Shelves: This was so much FUN. Everything I want a retelling to be. It was true to the original in many ways, and yet different enough to fully stand on its own.

In this installment, Peter is trans. At home in the real world, he is Wendy, surrounded by a family who doesn't understand him. It's no wonder then, when facing the prospect of growing up in a female body and being forced into marriage, that he instead flees to Neverland.

The beginning of this book is To be frank, he's an insipid little shit, so focused on warring with the pirates for his own entertainment and distraction that he doesn't really get that actual lives are at risk. He learns this lesson the hard way, and becomes a much more likeable character afterward, which, I'm assuming was one of the main intents of his character arc. A lot of times this transition from an unlikeable to likeable character doesn't really work for me, because authors tend to half-ass it.

Chant pulls this off perfectly. By the end, I loved his character with my whole heart. Okay, so this is also a love story, between Peter and Hook. As much as I love them together, and nearly wept happy tears when I got to their HEA, it should be noted that their romance isn't the main focus of this story.

There's even a battle with a frigging kraken! I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book, but have already downloadd a paperback, because I NEED this on my retelling shelf in my library, so I can escape back into Neverland whenever the real world becomes too much.

Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest A Peter Pan retelling where Peter is trans, comes back to Neverland as an adult and realises he's in love with captain hook.

I honestly wish it was longer. It has the ideal romance tropes aka as, one of them is injured so there's angst, there's mutual pining, slowburn get together. One of them is serious and the other one is playful. I have strong feels Also, the romance aside I really liked how Neverland was explored and what it was offering to each character was kind of unpacked. I really liked that everyone was queer and just overall I just??? I loved this so much. View all 12 comments. Feb 09, K. Charles added it Shelves: Exceptionally good.

Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie

A dead cert for my Best of list, and it's only February. A thoroughly intelligent, ingenious take on Peter Pan, with a premise that shifts from delightful to funny to profoundly moving. It is also impeccably written and Exceptionally good. It is also impeccably written and edited.

I'll count myself lucky if I read a better romance this year. Genuinely lovely. I loved Coffee Boy ; this is streets ahead.

Austin Chant is an emerging star of the genre and I can't wait for what he does next. Mar 29, Sabrina rated it really liked it. Peter and Hook? Has a couple? This book is so CUTE.

This is ME. Every character is adorable and lovable. And the story is so good, different and unique. Absolutely adore it. This was clever, fast paced and intense - and I couldn't look away for a moment. I was hook ed. Part of the reason I was attracted to this story was the drop-dead gorgeous cover - but I soon came to realise that the content is more beautiful than any cover can ever be. It's as perfect as Neverland can be. I'll get it out of the way first - I know nothing about Peter Pan except for this song, which I love even more after this book , but that didn't hamper my experience at all.

There was something s This was clever, fast paced and intense - and I couldn't look away for a moment. There was something so infinitely honest at the core of these characters, I couldn't help but be drawn to them. He was angry with himself for feeling sick, for not being able to stop. You know that feeling - when you're on a rollercoaster, and it suddenly whooshes down and there's a funny sensation in your stomach because your body went down faster than your organs and you feel exhilarated and scared and on top of the world?

That 's how reading this story felt. It felt like a dream that walked a fine line between a nightmare and a daydream. Are you. I was here long before you, and I plan to be here long after. But if it was at least the two of them. He took a deep breath, feeling adrift but less afraid than he had been a moment ago.

If you read it and don't like it, I'll change my name. Because this book is worth ruining my life for. Drop everything and read it, because it's the best thing to have been bestowed upon us mortals by the book gods. My rating and review is entirely my own.

View all 33 comments. Jun 01, Farith marked it as to-read. I don't know, I've never been a Peter Pan fan as I grew up.

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Maybe I won't enjo It's LGBT. I mean, Peter Pan being a trans man who was formerly Wendy, and not only that but the love interest being Captain freaking Hook? That's fucking GOLD, man.

Does the actual book live up to that premise?

Sure, it was a very enjoyable and sweet little story. I liked the darker take on Neverland, both within the themes and the aesthetics. The depiction of the fairies was also very interesting; the author made them more insect-like rather than the tiny, pretty winged humans we often see. I liked how messed up Peter and Hook's relationship starts off; sword-fighting is practically their way of foreplay. It actually worked well, cause that's the Hook and Peter we're most accustomed to; always sword-fighting and bantering.

I also appreciated the fact that the characters in this book are all in the gray area; there's no true good or evil. It added to the realism. Peter loved to paint Hook as the villain, but the book slowly deconstructed all that and got into the humanity of all of them. I wish it was longer though, and as far as Peter Pan retellings go, it didn't really pack the emotional punch or beauty that Tiger Lily did.

But as its own short book, it's an adorable and unique spin, and I had fun! View 2 comments. I was completely blown away by this short book, which was a couple of firsts for me: What were my particular fears for this one? First of all I want to address the pacing of this book: The fantasy: I know the author is trans himself so I trust him to have done a good job in this particular aspect.

Would you like one of mine? Plus we all know I have a thing for pirates, right? One thrust, and it would be over. Peter wet his lips with his tongue. For example, I love how Hook seems to understand Peter in that way that sometimes only your enemies tend to do.

The pacing: There was even some room for exploring a little bit of a secondary character Ernest and I quite enjoyed that. The eventual dual PoV: I really think his PoV allowed us to enjoy the romance a lot more and to see Peter under a different light. Peter Pan retelling? Nah, I kinda hate Peter Pan. No seriously, everybody pause a minute. This sounds so incredibly cool??? Also I've just read an excerpt of this book and holy shit it actually is amazing??? I also wasn't expecting Hook's PoV??

I guess it's going to be dual, which I'm all in for. View all 30 comments. This book offers a new look at Neverland. While there are a lot of familiar aspects that make it feel true to the original setting, Austin Chant also weaves in a lot of darker elements that help make the story feel older and more mature. All the magic of Neverland is there, but it also is allowed to feel like a place where there is more to fear than just pirates.

The strongest element of this book was Peter as a character. I never thought I would see a trans retelling of Peter Pan, but this did an incredible job of it. That is almost definitely due to the fact that this is ownvoices. Peter had the bravado and need to jump into danger that rang true to the character, but he was also given a story about identity and the his journey to claim his role as Peter.

It was excellently done and gave me a whole new appreciation of the character, who I will forever see as trans. Considering how well-known the characters are, it is a bit of a jump to suddenly see them involved in any kind of relationship that doesn't involve attempted murder.

I think some additional length in the book would have really helped the relationship to feel less rushed, since it does feel like a lot of the character development in the middle is really sudden. Honestly, I had a really hard time trying not to visualize Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook since that is the visual of the character I am most familiar with.

However, by the time the book ended I was much more on board with the relationship than I had been throughout most of the middle portion. I think the writing of this book was really strong. It was descriptive and impressive, and this is definitely a book I would recommend whether or not you have any love for the original story. I think it has something to offer to both those who love Peter Pan and those who, like me, are only mildly interested. It made the story new and interesting and I really enjoyed it.

Clever is the best descriptor of this lovely little book. In the simplest terms, it's the story of a boy realizing he's no longer a boy. I think at one point or another everyone has had those moments in life wherein they'd like to be a kid again because adulting is a grind.

The notion of escaping to a fantasyland where anything is possible - even flight! Hell, I'd Clever. Hell, I'd go now to escape Dr.

Agent Orange and his Bungling Band of Fabricators. I digress. Peter left Neverland a decade ago because he loved and missed his family, but his family has foisted upon him a narrative he cannot live. They've repeatedly tried to fit him into a mould to assuage their own discomfort with who he is, so one night at the end of his tether he calls upon Tink for help.

I got a little carried away there for a second. Did I mention the kraken? Books like Peter Darling make me remember why I love the fantasy genre so much.

It's been a minute since I've seen Peter Pan, but I'm fairly certain there wasn't this much bloodshed. Chant's vivid worldbuilding is as sensational as his evocative prose; the pacing is breakneck, the side characters are instrumental to the plot, and the tension between Hook and Pan is the stuff of classic romance.

Chant did a marvelous job with these characters. The differences between them are exaggerated which I think worked really well with this story, due to the paradigm originally established by Barrie. Hook's a pompous dandy to Pan's bedraggled waif. Hook's effete to Pan's spry. Hook's the dastardly villain to Pan's puckish hero and self-appointed King of Neverland. But as their story evolves those archetypes break down. The evolution parallels Pan's growth and his realization that life isn't black and white.

Even in Neverland. Once he realizes that Neverland wouldn't be nearly as much fun without his most worthy adversary and that he's attracted to Hook things become even more complicated.

Actions have reactions and morals come with responsibilities both of which can be burdensome, especially to one longing to prolong the reckless abandon of youth. Nothing stays the same. Including yourself. The interplay between Hook and Pan is why I read romance. There is no sex between them but I didn't miss it when in its place I got palpable desire and longing.

That kiss was pretty epic though. That was all in his bearing, in his arrogance and grace. His skin was stark canvas begging for ink, and Hook's touch was going to stain him forever.

Chant captured the timelessness of their love story by retaining the 20th century quaintness while also adding a modern twist thereby making it fresh and relevant in the 21st century. If you're an adventure-fantasy fan, love a good story or are a romantic at heart you're doing yourself a disservice by not reading this.

I'll be on the lookout for what's next from this author. A review copy was provided by NetGalley. View all 6 comments. Ya en Neverland, Peter se encuentra con que las cosas han cambiado: Yo estaba igual Peter y Garfio. Todo lo que sucede entre Peter y Garfio hace parte de un proceso lleno de felicidad, miedo, dudas, inseguridad, incertidumbre y descubrimientos.

De nada. So this was definitely GOOD, it just has a few flaws that bothered me. There's no middle; Peter's character arc goes from one place to another place in the blink of an eye.

There's some development to the story and character arcs, but not nearly enough.

Same with the romance. While it was absolutely sweet, these two did not get as much development as I'd hoped. Th 3 stars. The beginning has its own issues as well. Both of the character introductions are fairly unappealing, and had me feeling disengaged. Character development is great, but these two characters were so unappealing towards the beginning that I found myself totally unengaged for quite a bit of the story.

The ending, on the other hand, was awesome. It's not a perfect ending, but it's still happy. Those are my favorite kind of endings. Maybe recommended, but not a must-read. View all 10 comments. I received a copy of this in exchange for an honest review, thank you to the author and Less Than Three Press fo 3. I received a copy of this in exchange for an honest review, thank you to the author and Less Than Three Press for the opportunity! No unnecessary prologue or info-dumps.

The story started right away. I really enjoying the writing. It felt fun and stylistic, while stilling moving quickly. At first I was put-off by all the violence and disregard for human life, but it was actually addressed and really changed my opinion of the story. Download the epub version Download the new site format azw3. Cooking Futurismo Cucina Ricette.

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