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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. He was the perfect amount of bravado, stubbornness and vulnerability.
I loooovveed this ending. Barrie 's initial story focuses almost solely on childhood and resisting growing up, while this took the opposite direction. The effects of not-growing up are clearly shown—both good and bad. Without giving anything away, the development of the characters was very clear and the resolution of this story is one I enjoy more than the ambiguity of the initial story. Like he was fun and sassy while still being a pompous ass? But he actually had a real backstory and complex motivations.
We should all be familiar, right? Well kind of. I wish this version had been illustrated better, as I still have a few questions. That was my understanding, but the lost boys knew her name as well. None of these were huge detractors from the story, but I feel they's have been easy to explain. I dislike cliffhanger chapter endings. Especially since the cliffhanger is resolved in the first paragraph of the next chapter.
It just feels like a cheap trick. Dues ex machina via Fairies. Like wow. Got a problem? The solution is almost inevitably pixie dust. So while I really did enjoy the romance, at first it felt really squicky? They're just both hundreds of years old but appear twentysomething? I think my main problem was that I kept picturing: Instead it seems to go a bunch of different directions with a lot of side plots before somehow winding up at an ending.
It almost felt like playing a video game-- fulfilling a lot of mini-quests and somehow unlocking the final boss-battle. Peter Pan and James Hook fall in love.
Now that is a concept I never knew I needed in my life. But oh god, I so did. I love the author's take on the original Peter Pan story btw, is it bad that I enjoyed this more than J.
M Barrie's Peter Pan? Because I never managed to finish that one. Everything about this was very well thought out and just felt so real. The author did a very good job at Peter Pan and James Hook fall in love.
The author did a very good job at taking the original characters from Peter Pan and turning them into his own versions, which was really interesting to see.
The whole story was written in a way that made you feel like this is the real story of Peter Pan, this is how it's supposed to really be. There's just something very special about this. Didn't know how much I needed a trans! This was amazing. Only complaint is I wish it was longer. I'm gonna go and cartwheel of a cliff.
Jun 09, anna readingpeaches rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 4 comments. Feb 27, Ele rated it it was amazing Shelves: Remember the name. Judging from Peter Darling , he is meant for great, great things. I took a gamble picking up this book.
I hate fantasy, and I don't read Paranormal in general. I was also a pretty cynical kid that hated fairy tales. Except one: Peter Pan! That was my escapism. Peter Darling is the brilliant retelling of Peter Pan. The author did an amazing job re-adapting the original story and using the classic characters of Peter Pan and Captain Hook to tell an entirely different tale.
The writing is beautiful, the images and the atmosphere are stunning. This is a story about identity, acceptance, love, and bravery.
At the same time, it's a romantic story, witty and charming and oh so moving. Parts of it broke my heart, others filled me with hope.
Neverland is the place where dreams come true, and where you can be your true self. But can Peter Darling stay in Neverland forever? And most importantly, does he want to? Highly recommended! View all 20 comments. Me after reading this: I've never felt SO happy for characters before. I'm so happy. Respects and retains the core elements of the original telling but gives it a fresh perspective and spin.
The characters were so developed. Peter is a trans MC and b. Review to come! Feb 26, Eloise rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: And oh my goodness Austin Chant's stories ae whimisical. I must say, at first I was a little confused as to who did what in this version of the story "ten years ago" but I realised that we're supposed to be confused.
You find out as you go along, who Peter is and what he has been going through, trying to escape, trying to find.
And it's so important.
Peter is a transgender boy who only feels happy and accepted in Neverland. His whole journey was beautiful and sad and brilliant to read about. As expected from an ownvoices book, it felt so real and raw and I loved it, recommend it, want to talk about it to everyone.
Can you tell I really loved this? I really loved this. I'm not even that fond of the original story, but everything I hated about that version was non existent in this one, and got replaced with amazing stuff. The romance, I hear you ask? Well I wasn't sure at first. It was maybe a little swift. But for such a short book, it still managed to be developed enough for me to actually care a lot about them. So that's kind of the idea isn't it? I need moooore. The length was actually pretty well suited to the story but I just loved it so much I need more.
One of my faves of Jul 12, Elizabeth Sagan rated it really liked it. Mar 02, Elsa Bravante rated it really liked it Shelves: A pesar de todo esto, ahora voy con algo impopular.
Una vez terminado, creo que el libro es muy bueno, pero para poder disfrutarlo de verdad, tienes que ser fan del Peter Pan original. Feb 09, Shira Glassman rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fair warning: OK, bye. Some years ago, fantasy erotica writer Tof Eklund and I discussed the thematic differences between the original J.
Barrie Peter Pan and multiple movie versions. The n Fair warning: The most distilled example of this is Captain Hook himself. Darling and Captain Hook. What purpose can this serve other than to emphasize the fact that the children are only playing pretend, or that their imaginary villains are inspired by an intmidating figure from their real life? Darling is, after all, a strict and distant figure. Tof had a fabulous way of summing up the Darling-Hook connection: In fact, this line is a microcosm of my entire philosophy in creating the wizard in the first place: His Hook is definitely a snappy dresser.
In fact, one of the most endearing things about him is that part of the treasure he seeks includes particularly unusual and awesome things to wear instead of just gold. What I got instead was something I wound up liking a lot more: Chant gets inside the minds of the characters and really explores who they are to each other, which changes and evolves by the chapter.
But soon the novel starts to ask whether the Boys Vs. Pirates setup of the island is even fair — imagine a Disney princess starting to question the idea of idealizing monarchy in fairy-tales — and with each interaction, Hook and Pan draw closer together, even if only by millimeters. Most of the book is slow burn, despite any early attraction, because of the antagonistic nature of their history.
And I share it. At all. As he puts it: Maybe the coming out scenes I kept writing were uncomfortable because cramming them in only served to entertain the idea of Hook rejecting Peter. Apr 02, Masooma rated it liked it. To cut to the chase, Peter Darling was an average read. The book was crafted in the heart of cliche in the way the characters fell in love but some cliches stand the text of time to be evergreen.
So, we end up loving stories made of those cliches.
Unfortunately, however, that was not the case. The writing was the only hook that kept me tethered to the book. The novel focused on only two main characters, Captain Hook and Peter Pen. All the other characters were easily swept under the rug in a manner that was pretty convenient. Plus, the characters were supposed to be grown-ups since the story in set in the time when Peter returns to Neverland after a decade but the impression that built in my mind was that the dudes had only physically grown from guys to men, beyond that: This was, specifically, true in the case of Peter.
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