The Lost Girl, a review by Tanya

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The Lost Girl
R.M. Bingaman

156 pages
Self-published

I don’t recall who first read Peter Pan to me as a child, but I do remember that I loved all the action and adventure of Peter, Wendy and the Lost Boys.

As an adult, it was so much fun to read The Lost Girl, a short story which takes the reader back to Neverland in a whole new way.  The only thing missing for me in this fun short story was more time spent with the Pixies.  

The Lost Girl is told from the point of view of Poe, a girl who wakes up on the beach of Neverland with no memory of who she is or how she got there. She is welcomed in by The Lost Girls on the island, but things are not as they seem.  Poe is quickly thrown into chaos and it becomes more and more important for her to gain back her memories, as quickly as possible. 

Pirates! Crocodiles! Pixies! If you need a little bit of Neverland back in your life, pick up this fun short story.

This books is free with Kindle Unlimited or you can purchase it on Amazon.

“Happy thoughts are like wishes. If you tell them, they won’t work.”

 



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