Lost Girl

  • by Chanda Hahn
  • Narrated by Stephanie Willis
  • 7 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Wendy doesn't remember anything about Neverland or the experiments done on her there as a child. Seven years later, all she wants is a normal life, but shape-shifting shadows plague her dreams and turn her life into a waking nightmare. When the shadows attack at a football game and a boy disappears right in front of her, she realizes these wraith-like shadows are real. They're not just haunting, they're hunting. A mysterious boy named Peter, his foul-mouthed sidekick, and a band of misfit boys intervene before Wendy faces a similar fate. But can they trust Wendy enough to take her to Neverwood Academy and reveal all of their hidden secrets when she's hiding a secret of her own, or will the dreaded Red Skulls find her and drag her back to Neverland?


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loved it

her voice was so calming and she had added different voice for every person's personality. I loved the book Iland I would definitely love to read more.
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- Anaiova

Loved This New Take!

Let me start with saying I am partial already, and love Chanda Hahn's tales. It just can't be helped with her fairy tale themes, and normally naive heroines until they get their butts in gear. Her tales just suck you in, and Lost Girl is a chip off the 'ole fairy tale block!

Wendy is an all American girl, who has a great life, with great parents, a great brother, and a great fear of the dark. Why you ask? Because all her life she feels shadows watching her with evil intent. Thinking she's just crazy, Wendy has always dismissed them, but on one fateful day she meets a boy that changes everything for her. Because Wendy starts remembering a past from before she was adopted. And Wendy's not as crazy as she thinks she is.

Meeting new people with random abilities, Wendy is soon thrust into a life she didn't want, but with people and shadows after her, the only action she has left is to jump, and hope that someone will catch her.

Loved all the characters, and the plot was done very well! The only issue I had, and this is probably just because I missed hearing it while listening to the story, was I was a bit confused on the evil shadow thing and what they actually did to the person. Again, probably got sidetracked and didn't hear it when it was said, but I figured out the majority of what they were. Still loved the tale, and can't wait to listen to the next one in the series!
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- Odessa

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-16-2017
  • Publisher: ListenUp Audiobooks