Her biggest hero might be Neverland's greatest villain.
Andromeda "Rommy" Cavendish doesn't really have a home, unless you count the exclusive boarding school where she stays year round. With her mother dead and her father out to sea most of the time, Rommy counts down the days to her father's two visits every year - on her birthday and Christmas.
Every year, she hopes this will be the summer her father takes her with him on his travels, but he always says she is too young and it is too dangerous.
But this summer is going to be different. Rommy's going with him on his travels. He just doesn't know it yet.
As the newest and youngest member of her school's fencing team, danger is her new best friend. There's no way her father can say no.
But he never shows up for his visit.
Worried that something awful has happened, Rommy dresses as a boy and sneaks out of her school, traveling through nineteenth century London only to find more questions than answers. To find her father she'll have to travel to the magical island of Neverland where heroes are villains, and her father might be the biggest villain of them all.
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This is the best book I have ever read it is so interesting and I am excited to read 2 and book 3
I love Peter Pan stories! I have read a few other books that were a spin off of Peter Pan, so when I found this one I was super excited! I loved how it had a different point of view. It really makes you think about the older Peter Pan fairytales where Peter was actually the bad guy. All in all, this was a great book and I am definitely going to read the rest of the series.