Book Review: Dust by Kara Swanson


Rebekah Hafner

There’s trouble in Neverland. Peter Pan is stranded in London, running from the very boys he called family. He needs help, and fast. Claire Kenton is a regular girl trying to find her lost twin brother. She has no time to believe in magic. But when a lead on her brother’s whereabouts throws her into the strange world of Peter Pan, she starts to think maybe she was wrong. She realizes to find her brother she must have faith, trust, and a little bit of pixie dust.

An enchanting, modern day retelling of the famous Peter Pan, Dust is the newest book from author Kara Swanson. As the first book in the Heirs to Neverland series, this book takes the reader for an enchanting ride through the streets of London. The book is filled with sword fights, magic, and a twist at every corner, keeping readers on the edge of their seats. As Claire struggles with trying to find her brother, Peter is searching for a way to save Neverland. Will Peter be able to save his home? Will Claire be able to find her brother?