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Peter and the Starcatchers (plus sequels)
Tue Feb 19, 2008 4:03 am
I've been addicted to Dave Barry since I found his column in a Sunday paper (syndicated humor) and ever since, I've devoured his writing. Let me tell you, it could cure deppression!
In these books, you find out all about the history of Peter Pan, like, way before Wendy and the lame-o animated movies. (okay, they weren't that bad, but they
amed at five year olds). From the first page, I was drawn in, totally unable to stop reading. I just want to know if it's cause i'm a book addict, or if these really are the amazing books my brain insists they are.
So give me you feedback, okay? And if you've not read them, please do. They'll brighten your day ^_^
me: why can we kill for Jesus and not Muhammed?
my best friend: because Jesus is white.
me: that's not fair!
her: and what is?
Tue Feb 19, 2008 4:56 am
Haha, it isn't just because you're a book addict. Those books rock, as does Dave Barry's column.
Ridley Pearson is good too, there was that *shudder* Disney book he did... but it was actually really good.
But wait, being a book addict would improve your taste and make it easier to discern the bad from the good, wouldn't it?
it's all gun be k
Tue Feb 26, 2008 12:41 am
I've only read the first one, but I loved it. It was suspenseful and hilarious at the same time. When I'm having a bad day, I re-read it.
“We’re still here,” he says, his voice cold, his hands shaking. “We know how to be invisible, how to play dead. But at the end of the day,
we are still here
Teacher: "What do we do with adjectives in Spanish?"
S: "We eat them!"
Sat Oct 18, 2008 4:33 pm
I loved these books!!! It's so amazing how a story like peter pan can be made into such an intricate storyline like Peter and the Starcatchers.
Admiration: Our polite recognition of another's resemblance to ourselves.
Dopeler Effect: The tendency of stupid ideas to seem smarter when they come at you rapidly.
Confidence: the feeling a person has before he fully understands the situation.
Shin: A device for finding furniture in the dark.
Sat Oct 18, 2008 5:10 pm
I loved Peter and the Starcatchers. I had to pry it out of my sisters room. She though she had it hidden lol. It was a great book. I haven't read the sequals yet though.
As your pretty, so be wise,
Wolves may lurk in every guise.
Sat Oct 18, 2008 7:49 pm
I agree, it's a great book. Especially if you listen to the audio book, XD.
Sat May 07, 2011 3:30 am
I mean, who could resist the history of Peter Pan? Especially when it's written with a combination of good humor and excellent fantasy/action? Dave Barry is one of the best humorists ever, and Ridley Pearson is also a pretty dang good fantasy author. The illustrations are also brilliant, if sparse. I do have to say though
in the last three books, Ombra got tiresome as the villain. He was good in the second book, but after that, he just go old. He should have stayed dead instead of being revived time and time again. Just me, though.
Other than that, yes, the audiobooks are awesome. Jim Dale is basically the best audiobook reader ever. I'm the only one in my family to have read the books; the rest of them have all just listened to the audio versions.
And remember...A portkey can be any sort of harmless object...A football...or a dolphin.
"You are the egg, you are the chrysalis, you are the progeny. You are the rot that falls from stars."
~Will Henry, on
Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.
— Mark Twain
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