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  • SARA A. URIBE16

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensReview in English and SpanishThis book had one of the best introductions knowing so many curious facts about its author and creating his story and everything that was around him at the time he wrote it his life and other things around the novel allow us to see The novel from another perspective James Baarrie is a writer that we all know since he is an icon of British literature and writer of several works but knowing him from his novel as such is another experience that nobody can miss I recommend it but knowing the context of the novel This story tells about the beginnings of the famous Peter Pan and how is its relationship with the fairies and the famous Kensington Gardens The metaphors and the hidden messages of the play moved me than once I really liked it a lotEste libro tuvo uno de las mejores introducciones el conocer tantos datos curiosos de su autor y la creación de su historia y todo lo ue estaba a su alrededor en la época en donde


  • Zoë

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensBook 28100


  • Ardent Reader

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensI should have read this before reading Peter Pan This story made me cry at the end; about how Peter felt when his mother was sleeping with another babyHowever I wanted to give 4 stars but I couldn't bring myself to do that


  • Merphy Napier

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensBecause I'm behind on reviews I'm just going to link this months classics wrap up


  • ~Bookishly Numb~

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensI just love the original story of Peter Pan and I was rather excited to learn about this preuel Unfortunately my excitement did not last I found the plot to be confusing and uite frankly all over the place Due to this I found I had uite a bit of trouble understanding what was actually going on in the story which is a major put off for meIn the original story I am able to connect with all the characters but with this one I had difficulties even relating to PeterHaving said all of these negative comments there was a magical fairy take element in this story which is what I came for and I enjoyed reading parts of Peter Pans childhood Peter Panas a character has always interested me even now I am an adultHaving read this I feel no di


  • Olivia-Savannah Roach

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensAt the beginning of this book it told me something along the lines of to properly understand the story of Peter Pan you need to understand Kensington Gardens That is a lie You do not need to read this book to understand enjoy or dislike as was in my case Peter Pan and Wendy Put this book down Go pick that one up It'll be better than this I assure you This was very dry and boring to me It kind of had the effect of reading a manual But at the same time the author used 'you' so I guess Barrie was trying to involve me it just wasn't happening I didn't care about the gardens It was nice to see how some children were portrayed at the time But at the same time I didn't care about this random girl and her brother Okay maybe we got to see a little bit of why and how Peter Pan became w


  • Antonomasia

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensA children's story which was in print during my childhood but which I'm reading for the first time in an adulthood having been one of those kids who pretty much finished the children's section in the library this is a rare bird indeedI mostly reflexively find myself reading in the same way as I did when I was a child with open minded acceptance of the peculiarities of this little world I'm now immersed in and a hint of detachment I know fairies aren't real but this is how they do things here and that's fair enough And no one's persistently making me pretend I think they are real not like with Father Christmas People did things differently and tho


  • Kelly Brigid ♡

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens “He was a poet and they are never exactly grown up” Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens could've been marvelous Barrie's whimsical writing is stunning as always but unfortunately the narrative is so confusing and sporadic that it's difficult to follow The juxtaposition of events in the present beside those in the future doesn't work in accordance with the omniscient narrator I spent the vast majority of the story


  • Anna

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensThis is one of those happy sad books – it is achingly sad when you really think about its essence It is heart breaking and yet hauntingly beautiful written with wondrous whimsical charm and childlike imagination Childlike and yet also very adult it h


  • Annemarie

    Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens characters ´ 7 Peter Pan in Kensington GardensSomehow this book fell a little flat for meI enjoyed reading it no doubt but I think this was due to the writing style which was very easy for me to read than the actual plot or the charactersI was actually a bit surprised by that because I love fairies and was especially excited for that part of the story Even though I did