Fractured Neverland: We Are The Pickwicks

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Have you ever wondered about the neighbours of Wendy Darling and her brothers? Each Spring, when the Darling children flew off to Neverland with Peter Pan, what happened to their neighbours THE PICKWICKS? Find out in this short, illustrated prose story!
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Words: 1,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311391322
About Queenie Chan

Queenie Chan was born in Hong Kong in 1980, and migrated to Australia when she was six years old. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, but didn’t follow that career path due to graduating in the middle of the dot-com bust (2004). In 2004, she began drawing a 3-volume mystery-horror series called “The Dreaming” for LA-based manga publisher TOKYOPOP. To date, it has been translated into multiple languages.

She has since collaborated on three New York Times best-selling graphic novels with author Dean Koontz. As prequels to his “Odd Thomas” series of novels, they are called “In Odd We Trust”, “Odd Is On Our Side” and “House of Odd”. In 2009, she also provided art for the “Boys Book of Positive Quotations“, by best-selling inspirational author Steve Deger. In 2012, she collaborated with author Kylie Chan for "Small Shen," a comics-prose prequel to the best-selling Chinese Fantasy series "White Tiger".

She is currently living in Sydney, Australia, and working on a series of 8 short ghost stories, titled "Short Ghost Stories: The Man with the Axe in his Back". They will be released in both prose and comics-prose format in 2014 (around June-August). After that, she will be working on an on-going Epic Fantasy story with a fairytale twist.

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Reviews

Review by: Piotr Niwinski on Aug. 12, 2013 :
Very neat mix of prose and comics. Fun twist on the story of the Darlings.
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Review by: James Jenkins on July 27, 2013 :
Very cute
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Review by: Anna Tan on July 27, 2013 :
I found We Are the Pickwicks highly entertaining. It's a great short read with an unexpected ending.
Loved the illustrations too :)
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