{Release Day Celebration} Neverland by Shari Arnold

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{Release Day Celebration} Neverland by Shari ArnoldNEVERLAND by Shari Arnold
(Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads)on April 7th, 2015
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It’s been four months since seventeen-year-old Livy Cloud lost her younger sister, but she isn’t quite ready to move on with her life — not even close. She’d rather spend her time at the Seattle Children’s hospital, reading to the patients and holding onto memories of the sister who was everything to her and more.

But when she meets the mysterious and illusive Meyer she is drawn into a world of adventure, a world where questions abound.

Is she ready to live life without her sister? Or more importantly, is she brave enough to love again?

In this modern reimagining of Peter Pan, will Livy lose herself to Neverland or will she find what she’s been searching for?

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AboutAuthor
Shari Arnold grew up in California and Utah but now resides in Connecticut, with her husband and two kids, where she finds it difficult to trust a beach without waves. She writes Young Adult fiction because it’s her favorite. And occasionally she takes photographs.

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1 Winner will get a $20 gift card Amazon and a signed copy of NEVERLAND.
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About Shari Arnold

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Shari Arnold grew up in California and Utah but now resides in Connecticut, with her husband and two kids, where she finds it difficult to trust a beach without waves. She writes Young Adult fiction because it’s her favorite. And occasionally she takes photographs.

6 Responses to “{Release Day Celebration} Neverland by Shari Arnold”

  1. Sam

    You know what they say, you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. Right now, I would love to return to a carefree childhood, but maybe I would miss some of the adult things if I did that.

  2. Anita Yancey

    I would like to visit there, but I wouldn’t want to stay. I would come home and grow up. Thanks for having the giveaway.

  3. Victoria

    Being an adult is so overrated – I’d have definitely gone to Neverland and stayed… as long as I could take my sisters 😀

  4. Julie Lynn Bickham

    Would come back. I could never leave my family.

  5. Juana Esparza

    I would come home it’s true what they say “There is no place like home”.

  6. Diane Elizabeth

    I would have to come back, I’d miss my kids too much.