With Neverland as the title, it is not a surprise this is a Peter Pan retelling. Livy lost her younger sister a couple of months ago and is struggling to give it a place. When she starts to meet several mysterious people, will she find peace?
I really don’t know with this book. It was an easy and quick read, but I never felt invested in the story. While Livy does incredible good things for the children at the hospital, she never came to life and basically remained as much of a fantasy as Neverland. Because of that, I could put down the book easily, and had I not been reading it now for a challenge, it might have taken me awhile.
I quite liked the idea though, and parts were very interesting, but they didn’t make up the bigger part of the book. The jury’s still out on this one.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!