fantasy fun entertaining
all of it
It is great listening to Jim Dale. A great preformer
when the kids got back home safe
It was very different from the Disney animated movie, but still a fun read.
I bought this because Jim Dale narrated it and I realized I had never actually read the book. Jim Dale does not disappoint (of course) and the story is a great story for grownups. Listen and enjoy!
Anyone who enjoyed Jim Dale reading Harry Potter, will enjoy this audio book as well. I've already purchased the CD as a gift for a friend.
No one moment stood out. The entire story was so different than I remember as a child. I think I've enjoyed it far more as an oldster.
No one favorite scene. I enjoyed Jim Dale's reading of the entire book.
I didn't remember the book as much as I remembered the Walt Disney cartoon. But it has been almost 60 years since I first read it as a child. The book certainly has more violence and outright killing than the hollywood version for kids.
Very entertaining. Though again, having Jim Dale as the reader was the reason I decided to re-visit Peter Pan after all these years.
I grew up with Disney's Peter Pan, and never read the original story until this audio book. It's beautifully written (and read) and kept myself and my daughter completely entertained on a long road-trip last month. Highly recommend for imaginative types!
I really enjoyed the rich language and animated narrator. It took me back to a time of magical childhood fantasy.
I have always liked the story of Peter Pan, but I had only seen the movies and play until I downloaded this book. I always felt that something was left out. Now that I have listened to the audio book version of the story, I realize that I should have read it long ago. I feel like I have found a part of my childhood that was lost and forgotten. If you enjoy listening to great stories you should definitely listen to this one.
The quality of this as an audiobook is of the best kind. Jim Dale is a extraordinary actor. However, I don't like this. I never liked the Disney version of this and I don't like this one. All that Wendy as mother stuff sends a very negative message to girls. And I found it a little weird. Many parts of this I found offensive and I'm not normally one for political correctness. I would not give this to a child to read. I had a hard time getting to the end of this. I read three other books while trying to finish this.