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Peter And The Starcatchers

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Peter and the Starcatchers review ( 452 pages)


By: Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson      

By: Berkley Sorrells

             5th hour


            Peter and the Starcatchers is a fantasy novel, and is supposed to precede J.M Barrie’s story, Peter Pan. In the novel, peter is an adventurous orphan boy who is the leader of five other boys of about the same age. They are put on a boat called the Neverland to sail to a Country called Rundoon, where the boys will become servants to the evil king. While the boys are aboard the ship, they are treated like mice and aren’t given much food. Peter becomes acquainted with a girl his age by the name of Molly, and she seems to always be there to help Peter at the most peculiar times especially when Peter is around the trunk. The trunk is aboard the Neverland is said to have something very rich and powerful in it. An evil pirate, by the name of Black Stache knows that the trunk is on The Neverland and is after it.


     The book has a lot of action and funny moments. Probably my favorite part was the flying rat (You will have to read the book to find out more!) or maybe when Peter sneaks down to look for food. One thing that I loved about the book was the illustrations. Every now and then, you would turn the page and see a beautiful illustration that really fit in to the book! Most of the chapters were very short, at most maybe 16 or 17 pages, which made the book go by a lot faster.


          Overall, I really enjoyed the book! I loved all of the characters and I loved that it is supposed to precede Peter pan. I really loved that book, and when I saw Peter and the Starcatchers I couldn't help but open it up! If you love fantasy and you want to get what Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson thought happened before Peter Pan, than this book is definitely one for you!










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