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Disney after Dark by Ridley Pearson
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Nov 01, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: young-adult-literature, fantasy, intermediate, mystery, science-fiction, friendship
Read from January 21 to 31, 2010

This book kept me entertained and I really enjoyed that it was set in Disney World, a place that has remained magical to me into adulthood. I am a huge fan of the Peter & the Starcatchers books that Mr. Pearson writes with Dave Barry, and this just didn't quite compare though. I felt like there were quite a few loose ends and some things weren't really well-explained and other things resolved too easily. I wish Willa's character had been better develpoved and that Charlene hadn't been so unlikable too. I think that that kids slightly younger than the author's intended audience will really get into this book because they will accept some of the inconsistencies and predictable situations better than teens or adults. Overall though, I had fun getting this insider's view into what *could* happen at Disney World after dark, and maybe some of my lingering questions will be answered in book 2.

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