Second Star (A Neverland Transmissions Novel Book 1) By: J.M. Sullivan

About Book:

Wendy Darling worked her entire life to rise through the ranks of the prestigious Londonierre Brigade. Now as a Captain, she has everything she’s always wanted, including a ship and crew of her own. But when the Brigade receives a strange transmission from the legendary James Hooke, lost a hundred years earlier in uncharted space and presumed dead, Wendy is willing to risk it all to rescue her hero. She races to the planet known only as Neverland; her mission to find the long-lost crew and bring them home.

But there is more to Neverland than meets the eye, and more to Hooke than what was written in history books. When Wendy crash lands on the ominous planet, she quickly discovers Neverland’s dark secret; a malevolent being known as The Shadow that’s looking for a host body to escape its eternal prison. To fulfill her mission, Wendy must decide whether to trust the dashing Hooke or the mysterious Fleet mechanic who goes by the name of Pan–and she has to decide quickly…

Before the darkness consumes them all.

 

About Author:

Teacher by day, award-winning author by night, J.M. Sullivan is a fairy tale fanatic who loves taking classic stories and turning them on their head. She has a passion for the writing community and loves empowering and encouraging other authors.

Although known to dabble in adulting, J.M. is a big kid at heart who still believes in true love, magic, and most of all, the power of coffee. If you would like to connect with J.M., you can find her on social media @jmsullivanbooks — she’d love to hear from you.

My Review:

Loved this sci-fi take on Peter Pan and Neverland. It was great to see Wendy shine as a strong, female leader. I really enjoyed reading this, I haven’t read many sci-fi books, but I have to say that I am trying to read different types of novels and not stick to mystery or crime. I will be on the lookout for the second book to this. I feel the author did a great job in writing this. I am giving this; 5 stars.

 

 

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