Lost Girl

Lost Girl

Wendy doesn't remember anything about Neverland—or the experiments done on her there as a child. Seven years later, all she wants is a normal life, but shape-shifting shadows plague her dreams and turn her life into a waking nightmare. When the shadows attack at a football game and a boy disappears right in front of her, she realizes these wraith-like shadows are real. The...

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Title:Lost Girl
Author:Chanda Hahn
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ISBN:0996104860
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:320 pages

Lost Girl Reviews

  • Haadiya  Ahmed
    Feb 05, 2017

    This book left me shocked

    broken

    giddy

    It left me in my room crying, oh and the best part of it- Where did it end? Yes

    Peter and Wendy,oh god,

    is just a ball of sunshine that needs protection from the world

    GOD Do I love her! She's just the perfect bad-ass

    He broke my damn fragile heart

    - just thinking about her makes m

    This book left me shocked

    broken

    giddy

    It left me in my room crying, oh and the best part of it- Where did it end? Yes

    Peter and Wendy,oh god,

    is just a ball of sunshine that needs protection from the world

    GOD Do I love her! She's just the perfect bad-ass

    He broke my damn fragile heart

    - just thinking about her makes me cry

    I need that second book ASAP!

    I CAN NOT LIVE THINKING ABOUT WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT

  • Kathy Osborn
    Oct 19, 2016

    The beautiful cover and the synopsis drew me to this book. I was so excited to get an ARC from Chanda Hahn and the opportunity to read this book.

    This is not your typical Neverland story with Peter Pan and Wendy, but looks at their lives after they leave Neverland. Wendy is now a teenage who is plagued with nightmares and shadows that change shapes, but doesn't remember anything from her past.

    Peter and his side kicks are chasing the shadows that are plaguing Wendy, but now must try to keep her

    The beautiful cover and the synopsis drew me to this book. I was so excited to get an ARC from Chanda Hahn and the opportunity to read this book.

    This is not your typical Neverland story with Peter Pan and Wendy, but looks at their lives after they leave Neverland. Wendy is now a teenage who is plagued with nightmares and shadows that change shapes, but doesn't remember anything from her past.

    Peter and his side kicks are chasing the shadows that are plaguing Wendy, but now must try to keep her safe. Can they trust her with their secrets and Neverwood Academy or does she pose a threat to them all?

    This is very fast paced with a lot of twists and turns that kept me page turning to the end. Love, adventure, danger and suspense are included in this book. No spoilers as this is too good of a book and a must read to find out what happens between Peter and Wendy.

    I can't wait to read Lost Boy Book 2 and Chanda has gained another fan.

    I highly recommend this book if you enjoy reading fantasy

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    I received an ARC from the author and but required to write a review.

    Series: The Neverwood Chronicles Book 1

    Characters: Enjoyable and balanced for all ages.

    Writing: Smooth and developed.

    Storyline: Twists and turns that keeps you engaged with the characters.

    5 Koala Paws

  • S.F. Benson
    Nov 09, 2016

    I’m a big fan of modern retellings of childhood favorites. When I found out Chanda Hahn had written a new version of Peter Pan, I jumped at the chance to read it. I must say I wasn’t disappointed.

    Hahn’s reworking of the classic is so imaginative. Neverland isn’t what we grew up thinking it was. There are Lost Boys and Lost Girls as well. Her spin on the characters and their roles left me smiling—Smee as a female psychiatrist, Captain Hook as the head of a secret military group, and even the play

    I’m a big fan of modern retellings of childhood favorites. When I found out Chanda Hahn had written a new version of Peter Pan, I jumped at the chance to read it. I must say I wasn’t disappointed.

    Hahn’s reworking of the classic is so imaginative. Neverland isn’t what we grew up thinking it was. There are Lost Boys and Lost Girls as well. Her spin on the characters and their roles left me smiling—Smee as a female psychiatrist, Captain Hook as the head of a secret military group, and even the playwright himself is a character. When you read how Hahn handled The Twins, you’ll think ‘amazing’.

    My favorite character in Hahn’s version is Tink, a female genius who enjoys ‘tinkering’ with inventions and has a foul mouth. She’s trying to kick the habit with an interesting monitor. Every time she swears the device covers her words with the sound of bells. Priceless!

    “Lost Girl” is well-written and captivating. Hahn has done a fantastic job at embracing the original Peter Pan and expanding on many themes and ideas previously introduced. This is the my first read by Hahn and definitely won’t be my last. I look forward to reading the next book in this series, “Lost Boy” due out next year.

  • Kristy
    Dec 02, 2016

    Two days. This has been out for two days and I already finished it. I haven't been this engrossed in a story since Harry Potter. Like, I feel lost now...like a lost girl. BA-DUM TISS.

    Okay, where do I even start? For one, this was phenomenal, the entire story arch for this was so original, so incredible. Everything J.M. Barrie created bloomed like flowers throughout the story, like finding a treat within the pages while remaining incredibly unique.

    Usually I hate sappy love stories, but I'll mak

    Two days. This has been out for two days and I already finished it. I haven't been this engrossed in a story since Harry Potter. Like, I feel lost now...like a lost girl. BA-DUM TISS.

    Okay, where do I even start? For one, this was phenomenal, the entire story arch for this was so original, so incredible. Everything J.M. Barrie created bloomed like flowers throughout the story, like finding a treat within the pages while remaining incredibly unique.

    Usually I hate sappy love stories, but I'll make an exception for Peter. The boy who wears his heart on his sleeve, who was so overcome by finding his Wendy bird again that his sugary sweet affection and proclamations of love were heart-pounding and swoon -worthy rather than gag inducing.

    My only complaint is this isn't longer! 2017, please get here soon!!

  • Taylor Freeman
    Dec 13, 2016

    Neverland is no longer full of fun and mischief.

    Wendy is your average teenage girl. She’s co-captain of the cheerleading squad. She has a mother, father, and younger brother. Oh yeah and she sees things no one else can see.

    Wendy might not remember Neverland, but it remembers her.

    Peter wants nothing more than to forget Neverland.

    Peter has been spending the past 7 years trying to save everyone, in order to make up for the guilt he’s harboring. But even he knows, you can’t save everyone.

    I LOVED t

    Neverland is no longer full of fun and mischief.

    Wendy is your average teenage girl. She’s co-captain of the cheerleading squad. She has a mother, father, and younger brother. Oh yeah and she sees things no one else can see.

    Wendy might not remember Neverland, but it remembers her.

    Peter wants nothing more than to forget Neverland.

    Peter has been spending the past 7 years trying to save everyone, in order to make up for the guilt he’s harboring. But even he knows, you can’t save everyone.

    I LOVED this book. I won an advanced Readers copy from Chanda and I’m so happy I did. She never disappoints with her books and this one was no exception. I’m literally foaming at the mouth, and biting my nails waiting for the next one to come out! Gimme!!!

  • T.L. Fullerton
    Dec 25, 2016

    I loved it. Chanda Hahn has never failed to weave a great tale. Looking forward to book 2

  • Betsy Simmons
    Dec 28, 2016

    Her characters are so unique, believable and compelling. You quickly come to care about them and their journey. Put that with a great story that is a twist on a famous children's tale and you have a winning combination! Cant wait for book 2.

  • Christina
    Jan 19, 2017

    I am a huge fan of Peter Pan & this book did not disappoint me at all. There were so many references to the classic book that even the original author makes an appearance. My favorite character, Peter (of course) was exactly who I imagined in a modern setting; flirty, protective and yet unsure if he was the right leader for a group of kids who were experimented on and abused.

    The only reason why I gave it 4 stars was the repetitive & unrealistic way Wendy kept running away. The pace of t

    I am a huge fan of Peter Pan & this book did not disappoint me at all. There were so many references to the classic book that even the original author makes an appearance. My favorite character, Peter (of course) was exactly who I imagined in a modern setting; flirty, protective and yet unsure if he was the right leader for a group of kids who were experimented on and abused.

    The only reason why I gave it 4 stars was the repetitive & unrealistic way Wendy kept running away. The pace of the story was also a little too fast for me considering the main characters were teens and young kids operating a rogue like organization.

    Wendy was a typical 17 year old with childhood nightmares & as much as I could love this character she was not my favorite. She was a little too lovesick & immature in her decisions but she has so much potential to be a great character.

    Overall I really enjoyed this book and cannot wait for the 2nd one!

  • Trisha
    Jan 30, 2017

    Chanda Hahn is the queen of fairytales, and all the retellings that have ever existed. I finished this book in less than 24 hours because it was so well written, so flowing and so visual that you don't want to put it down. Peter Pan and all of Neverland has always been one of my favorite stories and this retelling of the world is nothing short of brilliant. Instantly I wished it could be a movie. I can't wait for the second installment.

  • Ana
    Feb 04, 2017

    ok... This book was just spectacular the way chanda wrote this was just amazing it was like petterpan for grown ups. such a twist from its original storyline that it almost didn't look like a retelling. if it weren't for the names and the places, it would have just been a completely different story.I loved the characters especially peter, his drive to protect wendy was just ughhh so swoony I LOVED IT. i can't wait to see more of how this story ends once again an amazing book!!!!!!