Peter and the Secret of Rundoon by Dave Berry and Ridley Pearson

Summary:

This is the final installment of the Starcatchers trilogy. Lord Ombra returns adding a strange new twist, since he supposedly was destroyed at the end of Shadow Thieves. He’s actively seeking Peter for some dark purpose. (Duh!) Molly and George become mini-detectives and travel to Paris to inform Molly’s father of what they discovered. The journey to rescue Peter from Lord Ombra ensues.

Meanwhile, back on Mollusk Island, aka Never Land, the Mollusk tribe and the remaining pirates (except for Captain Hook) are attacked by the Scorpion Warrior tribe. Will Peter get rescued? And if he does, will he get back to Mollusk Island in time to help his fellow islanders? Read the book and find out! (Cheesy, I know.)

Opinion:

Now it’s time for my series review. I loved this series! It for the most part answers any question you could have about how Peter Pan came about. I totally recommend this trilogy to anyone who is interested in Peter Pan. There are a few name changes that can irk you, but other than that this series gives fantastic background to how the story came about. There is even a character in the second book named James Barrie. (Wink! Wink!) I really enjoyed this series and found it to be a pleasurable read. The books go quickly and they keep you hooked so you don’t want to put the books down.

© Cori Endicott July 2009

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