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NeverHeart Emma Redfern

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Wendy thought she knew Neverland.

She thought she knew all of it’s secrets, all of it’s shadows but most of all she thought she would never see it again. That was until an old foe carries her away under the cover of darkness and takes her back there in search of vengeance; holding her father to ransom unless she helps him lure Peter Pan back to Neverland.

However the land of dreams and nightmares she returns to is much changed to what she remembered and Wendy learns that everything isn’t as black and white as who is good and who is evil. There is something much deeper running beneath the surface.

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  • 86575 words
  • About 346 pages
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3 comments on "NeverHeart"

Fae Lacey on Sept. 3, 2016, 1:09 p.m. said:

Fae Lacey


I really liked this story and I loved how it explored a new take on Neverland. The dialogue flowed naturally between the characters which carried the story well. Grammar, spelling and the use of paragraphs is something that could be looked at in the next edit to improve the book as a whole but it did not take away from the story itself. Overall I really enjoyed reading this book and I can't wait for the next installment.

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Sarah Penney on Aug. 22, 2016, 1:48 p.m. said:

Sarah Penney


I definitely am enjoying the story so far. The concept of the shadows as well as Wendy's thought process is very intriguing, and lends to the building of a larger plot. I did notice quite a few errors regarding commas and periods in relation to dialogue, but it's nothing a good edit won't fix.

Regardless, I can't wait to see what happens next and to read about what Hook has in store for Wendy.

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Emma Redfern on Aug. 22, 2016, 4:07 p.m. said:

Emma Redfern


I'm glad you're enjoying it so far and I hope you continue to as you keep reading! Any feedback is great and I will definitely take it on board in my next edit.

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