Captain James Hook and the Siege of Neverland: Volume 2 Paperback – 20 Sep 2014
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Jeremiah Kleckner is a Language Arts teacher in a New Jersey public school. When not grading papers or coaching wrestling, he enjoys singing, reading, writing, drawing, and spending time with his family. @J_Kleckner JeremiahKleckner.com Jeremy Marshall works at a private special needs school in New Jersey. Jeremy has always had a love of writing. In his spare time you can find him creating another story idea, riding his motorcycle, or spending time with his wife, Lori Marshall.
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It really would be necessary to read the first book before reading this one. The reason for Hook’s vendetta against Peter Pan is an important pillar of the story so much so that it makes reading the first one mandatory. One of the most fascinating points of the book was the reveal on Peter’s origin. I did not see it coming at all. Great plotting by the authors to develop the story without tipping their hand.
The only reason I did not rate the book a 5 star as I did the first one is what it lacked. I originally started the first book as an audiobook narrated by David Stifel. In my review of the first book I stated, “This is one situation where the audiobook brings a whole new dimension to a book. The narration adds precious gold and silver threads to the tapestry of the narration.” I missed that extra dimension without Mr. Stifel’s voice. I am hoping it will be available soon with Mr. Stifel continuing as the superb voice of Captain James Hook.