This was a quick read for me (I had trouble putting it down), but one that left me with mixed feelings, as I didn’t understand why it was labeled as Christian fiction.
For high school sophomore Amelia, the role of Peter Pan is so much more than just a part in a play. It’s her opportunity to finally convince her parents that she’s serious about her theatre involvement. With a year of acting experience under her belt, Amelia is certain that the title role is hers. After all, that is what God wants for her, right?
Thematically, I liked the discussion of spiritual adoption, paired with earthly adoption. For me, this provided fresh insight into the Scripture on adoption. Plus, the commentary on forgiveness is spot on. Recommendation: Reader’s Discretion