The Navigator by Erin Michelle Sky and Steven Brown
Last year, I rated The Wendy as one of my top indie reads! Now comes the sequel, The Navigator! Here is an excerpt from my review of The Wendy: "There is a difference between retelling a story and recapturing the essence which made it wonderful. This novel
NOT EVERY ADVENTURE GOES AS PLANNED…
In this eagerly awaited second volume of the acclaimed Tales of the Wendy series, Wendy’s troubles are far from over. Hook wants her in irons, the crew wants to throw her overboard, and Pan’s magical compass is the only thing standing in their way. But Pan himself is nowhere to
When a new
everlostcaptain appears on the horizon, it will take everything Wendy has to survive.
And a tiny red dragon will set events in motion that could save or doom them all.
I can't wait to read the continued story of Wendy and Her Boys! I know of a certain purple dragon in the previous book so I wonder if the red dragon will be another familiar face or a unique character.
Without further ado, here is the shiny cover!
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