Peter Pan is one of those histories you must read. I have seen some movies but, as usual, nothing compares to the book. J.M. Barrie was able to capture the children essence and transfer it to a character wich you will love.
The narrator, is not bad, but it lacks the emotion to make the critical parts as good as they are.
This book is amazing, forget all you have learned (if you are old enough) about the brain, the way it is wired and how it can not be changed.
I bought the book to learn a little about brain recovery after a friend's accident. It was worth.
We learn that the capacities he supposedly lost could be recovered with training, and that children with learning problems could progress.
I didn't like the moral discuss the author gives in certain chapters, but if you can ignore those very personal opinions you will enjoy the book.
In the first chapters are slow but as you advance in the book the suspense increaces until you can't put it down.
The narration is excellent, you can feel each character throught Simcon Vance voice.
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