Not all shadows are monsters.
And some were never meant to die.
Wendy is on a quest for vengeance after Hook kidnapped the lost boys and destroyed their school. Stuck as a shadow, Peter’s body is weakening because each time he dies and regenerates, may be his last. Meanwhile, Wendy is running out of time to track down Hook, save the boys, and rescue Peter before he’s lost as shadow forever.
But a surprising clue leads to the mysterious island where it all began.
Right when they believe the nightmare is over, they find the game is just beginning.
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About the Author
Chanda Hahn is a New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author. She uses her experience as a children's pastor, children's librarian and bookseller to write compelling and popular fiction for teens. She was born in Seattle, WA, grew up in Nebraska and currently resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband and their twins.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The sad thing is I loved the first two books and heard high expectations for this one. SPOILERS So the entire concept of why the kids were stolen and tested on is not only illogical and immature- it is unbelievable. For a fantasy novel the need for a storyline to be believable is usually not a big deal. But the ending is so illogical compared to the other options are crap. The idea that they stole children, (which is very dangerous, ambitious and illegal) just for a life sized video game is crap. The kids would have died and replacing them would have been even more dangerous and expensive. What about the families of these kids? Soldiers I understand. Slaves yup. Test subjects to find out how to give people powers-absolutley. But all the danger for only a short term gain of kids in a game. Nope. Also the whole 'Wendy's alter self is the girl in the pod' theory was just lazy. It's like Hahn didn't have a reason for her to have a happy ending so she just flunked it. It gives Jax the worst ending and makes his whole storyline kind of pathetic. Also it shows that Jax will never have a happy ending. What is he gonna do? Hang out in Wendy's dream world while everyone else grows ups and get jobs and has healthy relationships? How sad is that? It was a very unsatisfying ending. I would have preferred Alice died and Jax moved on. Also the 'Jax is in love with Wendy but not really' arch was dumb.
I would have liked the book if it was free
What a bittersweet moment. I now know the ending of one of my favorite trilogies but I am so sad that its over. Lost Shadow ends this trilogy perfectly with wrapping up any lose ends and answering questions I’ve had since Lost Girl. Wendy and Peter’s love story does not disappoint and I read it as quickly as I could to find out their fate. I love how the book incorporates the classic Peter Pan story in a new and exciting way. If you haven’t already go read Lost Girl, and Lost Boy. You will not be disappointed.