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Tiger Lily book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Before Peter Pan belonged to Wendy, he belonged to the girl with the. Enlarge Book Cover When fifteen-year-old Tiger Lily meets the alluring teenage Peter Pan deep in the forbidden woods of Neverland, the two form an. A novel from Tinkerbell's point of view, about the relationship between Tiger Lily and Peter Pan. The novel was written by Jodi Lynn Anderson and features a melancholy reimagining of Neverland. Peter Pan (Syfy's Neverland).

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Dark retelling of Peter Pan tale focuses on Indian girl. Read Common Sense Media's Tiger Lily review, age rating, and parents guide. In this stunning reimagining of J. M. Barrie's beloved classic Peter Pan, New York Times bestselling author Jodi Lynn Anderson expertly weaves a gripping tale. ellathebookworm: 'I went through whole school days unable to think about anything else apart from my strong desire to finish this book'.

T iger Lily doesn't belong with her village in Neverland. She may be the Shaman's daughter, which gives her some status, but she's somehow different from the other girls, with her long, matted black hair and lack of skill for sewing and crafting. She is not delicate and dainty, or thin and pretty, but overall she is not troubled by this. That is, until she meets Peter Pan and his friends in the woods - dangerous Peter Pan, who she has been warned to stay away from. She becomes besotted, and is enthralled with everything about him - his past, his future and his present. She is determined to impress him, and will do anything to be with him. When beautiful and innocent Wendy arrives from England, her fairytale ending is in jeopardy, and her anger at this new, seemingly perfect girl turns her into a different person. Told from the perspective of Tinker Bell, this dark and chilling retelling of J. Barrie's classic fantasy both moved and captivated me. It is actually quite a cosy read, despite its subtle darkness, and it was completely entrancing. I went through whole school days unable to think about anything else apart from my strong desire to finish this book, which had me hooked from the first word. While narrating the story, Tinker Bell reveals her own thoughts too, some of which resulted in me completely melting down, not necessarily out of sadness, though! Jodi Lynn Anderson has obviously thought in depth about the details, and the reader learns about the type of Faerie that Tink is, about the cultures and traditions of Tiger Lily's village, and about the dangers and darkness hiding within Neverland. I especially loved the fact that, because Tink is narrating, you get the feeling that you are actually watching the scene; when the main character isn't thinking straight, you can see it from all points of view, not just what is inside their head and nobody else's. It's a great 'first person, but not first person' approach.

Pine Sap wants what's best for Tiger Lily, even if it means compromising his own life. Tiger Lily and many of the characters don't always do the right thing when it comes to the heart and mind. Tik Tok, who is Tiger Lily's surrogate father, doles out solid advice to her about life, her behavior and trusting others.

Violence There is death and violence in Tiger Lily's village and outside in the forest of Neverland. Captain Hook and Smee are cold-blooded murderers.

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Smee often says he would like to strangle Tiger Lily. Captain Hook wants to get rid of Peter Pan for good. Kidnapping is mentioned, attempted murder and murder is committed by two of the main characters. One villager is burned to death and another commits suicide. It's indicated that one of the young female villagers was raped.

One of the characters discusses poisoning another character. Animals are killed for food, clothing, tools, and the home. Sex Peter Pan and Tiger Lily kiss, but that's as far as it goes. Tiger Lily and Pine Sap skinny dip. Adultery is mentioned.

Language Pine Sap is called an idiot and a mistake by his mother. Peter Pan and the Lost Boys drink some sort of alcohol. It's offered to Tiger Lily, but she refuses. Please enable JavaScript before proceeding:. Internet Explorer. In stock online. Available in stores. In this stunning reimagining of J. When fifteen-year-old Tiger Lily meets the alluring teenage Peter Pan deep in the forbidden woods of Neverland, the two form an unbreakable bond.

As the leader of the Lost Boys, the most fearsome of Neverland's inhabitants, Peter is an unthinkable match for Tiger Lily. And yet, she is willing to risk everything—her family, her future—to be with him.

BOOK REVIEW : Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson |

Then an English girl named Wendy Darling arrives on the island. With dangers tightening around them, Tiger Lily soon finds out how far she is willing to go to keep Peter with her in Neverland…and discovers that the deadliest enemies lurk inside even the most loyal and loving heart. The following ISBNs are associated with this title:. ISBN - Please enable JavaScript before proceeding: Firefox On the Tools menu top left of browser , click Options.

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Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson - review

Under the header JavaScript select the following radio button: Allow all sites to run JavaScript recommended. Prices and offers may vary in store. Kobo ebook. About The Author. She lives in Asheville, N. Tiger Lily Format: Paperback Dimensions: July 2, Publisher: HarperCollins Language: The following ISBNs are associated with this title: Customer Reviews of Tiger Lily.

Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Age of the child I gave this to: Hours of Play: Tell Us Where You Are: Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 3 out of 5 by Maria from Beautiful writing You'll have to forgive my ignorance of the Peter Pan universe, I have only ever seen the Disney film and that was ages ago, so I actually remember very little about Peter Pan, with the exception that he's the boy that never grows up.

I didn't remember who Tiger Lily was at all, but this story basically focuses on the love story Tiger Lily has with Peter before Wendy shows up. The story is narrated by Tinkerbell, who can't speak, but follows Tiger Lily around and is a little bit of an omniscient narrator since she can flit back and forth and spy on all the characters.

Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson - review

First of all, the writing is beautiful! Props to Jodi Lynn Anderson, this is the first of her books that I've read and I was really impressed with the writing. I never really cared for Tinkerbell in the film, but she makes a damn good narrator. In some ways this is a coming of age story. Tiger Lily has always been a bit of an outcast in her village and when she saves an Englishman who washes up on shore she becomes even more of a pariah because the villagers are scared of catching the "aging disease" from him since they never die of old age.

When she is betrothed to marry a mean villager named Giant, Tiger Lily starts spending more time away from the village and meets Peter and the lost boys and they all become very much enamoured to one another. Peter is impetuous, rash, and often unreasonable; he has a need to always be the strongest and the smartest.

As the leader of the lost boys, he takes on a lot of responsibility in taking care of the boys, but he is also very lonely. He has been a boy for a very long time and you do get the sense that he is ready to grow up. Tiger Lily is very much a young girl. She also makes rash decisions and doesn't think too much about the consequences of her actions.

She loves her village and Tik Tok, the shaman who found and raised her, but she also yearns for more. She doesn't want to be trapped in a marriage to Giant and spend forever cooking and cleaning for him. Peter enables her escape into a new world where there are no rules.

She wants to be a part of Peter's world, but she also finds it impossible to leave her village behind. I liked that the characters in this novel had so much depth. I didn't really like Peter, but I liked how Anderson wrote all of these characters and captured their essence.

There is definitely tragedy in this story and it is incredibly heartbreaking. The characters are all looking for and needing different things and yet nobody can be what the other person needs them to be. There are several stories going on at once and you can very much feel the era of change that is upon the island.

The world is progressing, but Neverland has always been a place onto itself. The Englishman eventually integrates himself into the village and pushes christianity on the villagers, shaming the villagers for their false idols and Tik Tok for dressing in women's clothes. It's hard to watch the villagers forsake their traditional spirits and way of life, but it's equally upsetting to witness the ignorance that has flourished in the village for years.

It's a very interesting story. I think I'm probably at a 3. It's a bit slow moving in the beginning and I never really got super into it. The writing was definitely my favourite part and how heartbreaking the story is. I really did grow to love these characters and I really felt for their hardships. Date published: Magical, heartwarming, yet heartbreaking love story.

It was beautiful. Rated 5 out of 5 by shubes from Heartbreakingly good it was magic and first love and good intentions gone bad. Rated 4 out of 5 by Shannon from Magical and understated This was so subtly beautiful. A very character-driven story, this sort-of retelling of Tiger Lily's story in the world of Peter Pan left me heartbroken, but happy for having read it.

Told from the point of view of Tinkerbell, a mute fairy who can witness but not truly influence events. Rated 5 out of 5 by Widad from Beautiful book! This is one of those books that I will forever hold close to my heart.

I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys fairy tales, fantasy, classic spin-offs, and just a really sad but amazing story. The book is beautifully written and extremely hard to put down. It's mainly fantasy a spin-off of Peter Pan but focused on Tiger Lily , but part of the reason I loved it so much is because of all the real life themes in there that are still relevant in today's world such as colonialism, gender identity, rape, suicide, growing up.

Overall, amazing book! Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellie from Absolutely Perfect This is probably my favourite book of all time. I teared up and I swooned. We don't even get a POV from either Tiger Lily or Peter but you can still tell how much they love one another and how much they want to be together but just can't for their own reasons.

There's so much heartache underneath everything, but it makes everything that much more meaningful and heartbreaking. This is so magical and just so beautiful, I can't think of a reason why people shouldn't give this beautiful story a chance.

Anderson perfectly captured the spirit of one of my favourite tales, and at the same time, managed to create something completely imaginative and new. With characters that came alive off the pages, a plot that left me breathless and an ending that captured a piece of my heart forever, Tiger Lily is the Peter Pan retelling I never knew I always wanted.

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