The Bridge to Never Land

The Bridge to Never Land

[vol. 5]

Book - 2011
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Aidan and Sarah Cooper begin to decipher a mysterious coded document that they discovered in a secret compartment of an antique English desk their father recently bought at an auction, and as they become more involved in the piece, which seems to be referring to the story about the origin of Peter Pan, a powerful being begins to pursue them.
Publisher: New York : Disney/Hyperion Books, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781423138655
Characteristics: 438 p. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pearson, Ridley


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Apr 05, 2018

I love this book. It is funny, exciting, captivating and definitely a page-turner. The main characters, siblings Aidan and Sarah Cooper are very easy for anyone with siblings to relate to. I love the detailed backstory that the authors give to explain how the Bridge to Neverland works and I really like their version of the original Peter Pan characters. All of the characters are likeable and original. The storyline is very interesting and more original than any other take on Peter Pan that I have ever read or watched. The writing is easy enough to read so The Bridge to Neverland is a great book for a very wide range of readers. Anyone who reads this book should definitely love it as much as I do. Rating 5/5
- @Bookworm123 of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Neverland is definitely on my top 3 list of favourites. At the time of first reading this book I didn’t know that it was a continuation type book from the “Peter and the Star catchers” series but I was still able to clearly understand everything. This book was extremely entertaining and fast paced, I was able to speed through it in no time. The characters on Bridge To Neverland are all very funny and readers may find it easy to relate to Sarah and Aidan. There are many memorable parts in this book with unique twists on some classic characters. I’ve read this book numerous times without ever getting tired of it. I’d highly recommend this book and rate it 9/10 stars.
- @bookaholic of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Aug 15, 2015

Pretty good but the other ones are more interesting.

Aug 09, 2012

Another great installment of the Peter & the Starcatchers series. Find out how Never Land is protected!

Jul 08, 2012

Great read, but not written as well as the previous four.

Sep 26, 2011

I like it. It's a great addition to the Starcatchers series. And the whole Never-Land-transported-to-another-universe-courtesy-of-Albert-Einstein thing is very creative. Haha, Never Land in another universe... No wonder no one ever found it.
The ending of this book suggests another addition to the series in the future. At least, that's what I think.


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Aug 22, 2013

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Sep 26, 2011

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