The Lost Girl: A Neverland Story (Signed Copy)

Angela, the great-granddaughter of Peter Pan, is dying.

Doctors have given up hope, but her mother, raised on tales of a magical land of eternal youth, is not done fighting. In a desperate attempt to save her thirteen-year-old daughter, she sends a reluctant Angela off toward the second star to the right and straight on till morning.

$15.99

Category:

Availability: 4 in stock (can be backordered)

"The Lost Girl warmed my heart, made me laugh, and made me cry. Spooner does a wonderful job of drawing the reader in and making them fall in love with the characters. Angela is brave, kind, and so incredibly strong. The Lost Boys are quite the characters with a balance of young boy charm and wisdom due to the number of years they've lived. How could you not fall in love with all of them?"

"I love when a book makes me feel and this one did just that. I laughed and I cried. I felt joy, anger, sadness, frustration, hopeful, and excitement. It's a hug for your heart."

"I loved this book. Pulled my heart strings in several directions at once. I needed a nap when I finished."

"You'll experience the joys of childhood as she leads the boys in play and in their crusades against the pirates. You'll also be surprised by a plot twist and, by the end, you'll feel some very adult emotions. This book is beautiful, wonderful, and so worth your time."

"Such a delightful little book with big imagination, comforting nostalgia, and endless heart. A fun adventure that explores the complexities of human nature with a sprinkle of fairy dust."

"As a product of the 90s, one of my favorite movies was Hook. This book has the same vain of inspiration that Robin Williams gave all of us at the time. It's simply a delightful Neverland story filled with love and lessons."

"I highly recommend this book for lovers of classic literature; returning to Neverland drew me in completely, and I couldn't stop reading. It's a fantastic choice for a captivating read!"

A Coming-Of-Age Neverland Adventure

Can Neverland save Peter Pan’s descendant?

Angela, the great-granddaughter of Peter Pan, is dying.

Doctors have given up hope, but her mother, raised on tales of a magical land of eternal youth, is not done fighting. In a desperate attempt to save her thirteen-year-old daughter, she sends a reluctant Angela off toward the second star to the right and straight on till morning.

But Neverland is not the idyllic paradise Angela imagined. The landscape has lost its luster. The Lost Boys are aimless and desperate for a leader. The pirates are bored and ready for a fight. Led by an incompetent and erratic Captain Smee, they want Neverland for themselves and will stop at nothing to get rid of Angela. In this volatile landscape, Angela’s promise to fight for her life is tested at every turn.

Thrust reluctantly into adventure, Angela must navigate the treacherous seas of her own mortality, consider a future without her mother, and discover the difference between living and simply surviving.

Neverland, with the guidance of her new friends and the echoes of her great-grandfather’s legacy, could save Angela’s life . . but maybe not in the way she expects.

“Equal parts poignant and nostalgic, and full of adventure. The Lost Girl is a beautiful reminder that growing up isn’t so bad.”

– Andrew J Brandt, Bestselling Author of Picture Unavailable

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Lost Girl: A Neverland Story (Signed Copy)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Shop More

Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top