Peter Pan (version 2)

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(4.5 stars; 46 reviews)

In both the play and the novel, Peter often visits the "real world" of London to listen in on bedtime stories told by Mary Darling to her children. One night, Peter is spotted, and while trying to escape, he loses his shadow. On returning to claim his shadow, he wakes Mary's daughter, Wendy Darling. When Wendy succeeds in re-attaching his shadow to him, Peter takes a fancy to her and invites her to Neverland to be a mother to his gang of Lost Boys, the children who are lost in Kensington Gardens. Wendy agrees, and her brothers John and Michael go along. The dangerous and magical flight to Neverland is followed by many adventures.

Information about copyright status. (4 hr 50 min)


PETER BREAKS THROUGH 14:08 Read by Layna
THE SHADOW 16:23 Read by Layna
COME AWAY, COME AWAY! 18:33 Read by Layna
THE FLIGHT 18:57 Read by Mary Anderson
THE ISLAND COME TRUE 24:22 Read by Yazpistachio
THE LITTLE HOUSE 17:57 Read by Mary Anderson
THE HOME UNDER THE GROUND 15:39 Read by Yazpistachio
THE MERMAID'S LAGOON 26:18 Read by Yazpistachio
THE NEVER BIRD 7:02 Read by Sarah Ashley
THE HAPPY HOME 14:05 Read by Mary Anderson
WENDY'S STORY 16:33 Read by Mary Anderson
THE CHILDREN ARE CARRIED OFF 10:35 Read by Yazpistachio
DO YOU BELIEVE IN FAIRIES? 18:08 Read by Yazpistachio
THE PIRATE SHIP 13:41 Read by Brad Powers
"HOOK OR ME THIS TIME" 22:39 Read by Mary Anderson
THE RETURN HOME 16:52 Read by Sibella Denton
WHEN WENDY GREW UP 18:49 Read by Sibella Denton


this version isby fat the best

(5 stars)

The readers in this version are clear and do not speed through the text.

much better

(5 stars)

Better than the other peter pan books, readers are piety clear and don't read too quickly.

(5 stars)

So much better than the other versions!!

Good reading

(5 stars)

I have no complaints with the way it was read, excellent reading. Just a warning for any other listeners though. It's predominantly females reading. I personally listen while at a loud working job and have trouble hearing higher pitched voices, so I thought I'd put that out there.

A strange tale

(5 stars)

My first time "reading" this book and I find it as fascinating and tragic as its main character. Well worth the listen for those who dare not grow up!

Well done

(4 stars)

The reader in the first couple of chapters speeds through the lines way too fast, all other readers did a great job though!

(2.5 stars)

In the first chapter, a phone was ringing in the background and the first narrator is too fast

this story is adorable! and so well read!

(4.5 stars)