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Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (2007)

by Dave Barry, Dave Barry

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Series: Starcatchers (3)

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Fearing that the sinister Lord Ombra was not destroyed, Peter and Molly travel to the land of Rundoon, which is ruled by the evil King Zarboff.

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The trilogy is complete and all things Peter Pan explained including why he flys, how he and the lost boys came to Neverland, Tinkerbell's origins, connection with the Darling family, Captain Hook's unfortunate accident and why the croc ticks like a clock. Charming stories, though this one is a little darker and characters are a little older -- progressing like the Harry Potter series did. Very entertaining to travel with -- made all car rides seem too short as suspense lingered. ( )
  CarrieWuj | Oct 24, 2020 |
John and I are working our way through this third book in the trilogy. We both agree that there are too many words. Maybe a side effect of two authors. ( )
  Daniel.Malcor | Jul 17, 2018 |
This book was perfect in every way. This is where Molly's story with Peter technically ends in the series (though she does appear later, its not the same). I feel like it was a nice way to conclude this portion of the series. I loved it! ( )
  spellbindingstories | May 24, 2018 |
Fun book. ( )
  EdenSteffey | Mar 14, 2018 |
The third book in Barry and Pearson's Peter Pan saga is a perfect continuation. A rollicking adventure, filled with plot twists, danger, mystery, and a dose of humor.
Lord Ombra, the evil creature Peter and Molly thought they had killed at the end of Peter and the Shadow Thieves, is reviving and on a new mission to acquire and use starstuff for evil purposes. Peter, Tink, Molly, George, Lord Aster, and the Lost Boys all work on the side of good, while Lord Ombra has got the wickid King Zarboff the Third of Rundoon, as well as a mad scientist on his side.
There is a secondary plot which is almost totally unrelated to the primary - a fierce tribe of ruthless warriors has attacked the Mollusk Island and enslaved it's people. The heroes who go a long way to saving the Mollusks are an unlikely crew.
Only complaint: that the primary and secondary plots were so completely unrelated. Both were good stories though. ( )
  fingerpost | Sep 21, 2017 |
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For Rob, Sophie, Paige and Storey: May you always have a little starstuff left.
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The old man trudged along the dirt path, pulling his worn coat tighter to ward off the cold wind moaning across the Salisbury Plain.
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Fearing that the sinister Lord Ombra was not destroyed, Peter and Molly travel to the land of Rundoon, which is ruled by the evil King Zarboff.

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