I'm a huge fan of originality. If someone creates a good story, I cling to the saying: "If it's not broke, leave it the heck alone!" I have to admit though, this story is good. Cher's a plus to The Last Boy: An Alternative Pan Short Story, by David W. Moore, III, and there's a negative.
First, I have to talk about this book cover. If you've been with me for the shortest of time, you know my feelings on a good book cover. This cover says nothing about Peter Pan, the Lost Boys or even Captain Hook. It says nothing about their childhood island or anything else that coincides with the fantasy tale. Had it not been for the interesting synopsis, I probably would never have touched it.
With the negative out of the way, here's the positive. This changed my view of Peter Pan. I'd always seen him as the original kid who came to be Peter. Never had I once thought of him using profanity or any of the children actually being seriously injured or even killed! This was a story like none I've read in this genre and I LOVED IT! I can't tell you why because I'd be giving the entire premise of the tale and SPOILERS are a No-No. I'm telling you, when you find out who the hero and the villain is, you will be like, "Wha?"
Check it out! David W. Moore, III's awesome The Last Boy: An Alternative Pan Short Story!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Buckhead Dead is next.
**eBook is from my personal library
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