Review: Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie

Title:  Peter Pan

Author: J.M. Barrie

Narrator: Adeel Akhtar, Rupert Everett, Gerran Howell, Eleanor Worthington-Cox

Genre: Children’s classic

Format: Audiobook

Pages: 3h 17m

Dates Read: 2013, 2017, November 12, 2020

5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

It has been years since I read this book so when I saw this dramatized audiobook available for free through Audible I couldn’t resist rereading it. Peter Pan was one of my favorite childhood movies and books. I always wanted to go on adventures and never grow up, still want to actually. 

Peter Pan is one of those books that no matter what age you read it, you feel like a child again. You get caught up in the Lost Boys adventures and it feels like you are right there with them. I remembered almost everything about this book, except the Lost Girls. I completely forgot that Tigerlily ran the Lost Girls and that they frequently fought against the Lost Boys. 

The narration for this was perfect. All the narrators did a wonderful job at making each character sound unique and portray their emotions. The addition of sound effects throughout the book really helped bring this story to life. 

Overall, this was just as wonderful as I remembered it being. This is a childhood classic that I know will always bring me joy and the sense of adventure.


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