The Grown Ups Crusade (The Neverland Wars, #3)

The Grown Ups Crusade (The Neverland Wars, #3) Gwen Has Returned To Neverland With Peter Pan And The Lost Children, But This Time, The Adults Are Following Close Behind.The Anomalous Activity Department Has Plans To Finally Conquer Neverland By Bringing The Final Battle To The Vulnerable Island The Children Will Have To Rally Fairies, Mermaids, And Allies From Other Magical Realms To Stand A Chance Against The Shadow Casting Army Of Grown Ups Heading For Them.The Black Coat Soldiers Are Far From Their Only Problem Lasiandra Is Missing No One Has Seen Her Since Gwen Left Her At The Lakeside With Jay, And The Mermaids Searching Have Found Only Grave Omens In The Stars With The Island On The Cusp Of A War That Threatens To Strip The Land Of Its Magic, The Last Thing Peter And Gwen Need Is The Ancient Flagship That Appears On Their Horizon, Sailing Pirates Straight For Their Shores.When The Battle Begins Amid Old And New Enemies, Gwen S Maturity Will Be A Double Edged Sword She Will Either Grow Stronger Or Grow Up Maybe Both. BummerThe sheer number of typos in this book is incredibly aggravating At least two per page in the first handful of chapters The ending is almost satisfying and yet wildly disappointing She basically abandons Peter which I find deeply selfish Hard to love this one Feeling let down. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Loved the beginning Very action packed The one thing that I find bugs me is that in the end when Gwen goes with the pirates she doesn t tell Peter I find that odd the she would just leave like that even though throughout the whole book Gwen s mentality is that she s not going to leave Peter behind We see that when the get captured she could have left with Rosemary but instead went back into the jungle for Peter We see it again in the containment cells that she refuses to go home until she s Loved the beginning Very action packed The one thing that I find bugs me is that in the end when Gwen goes with the p