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Midnight in Never Land has been compared to the genre-mixing tales of Neil Gaiman ("Neverwhere, American Gods"), Alan Moore ("League of Extraordinary Gentlemen"), and Seth Grahame-Smith ("Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," "Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter").
It is 1805. The Captain of a British Man of War chases Napoleon's navy across the Atlantic to the islands of the French Caribbean. An Irish Missionary leaves his duties in the war torn revolutionary nation of Haiti to replenish his faith. A plantation owner and his family move from their London estate to the English frontier colony of Dominica. They all come together in a place that has no name, a place designated on an ancient map only by a warning: Never land. Perry Bradford-Wilson and Michael Norris' thrilling dark fantasy novel merges history, mythology, and literature in an unforgettable tale of adventure.
He reached out with one hand and tentatively touched her
cheek. His fingers were cold on her face. Slowly he moved his hand
until it touched the cool, wet spot on her neck where she'd felt the
crocodile's breath, and then he traced her jaw line until his bloody
fingertips moved up to rest lightly on her lips.