A Peter Pan retelling for adults. This book reveals Peter’s origins, his evolving motives behind creating the “Lost Boys”, and the uncomfortable facts behind his past and the pasts of his enemies and friends. From a commonly dangerous present-day New York to a chaotic, diseased, and war-torn Neverland, Peter maintains the carefree, reckless attitude we’ve come to expect, but is accompanied by a much darker, mature, and oddly enough, appropriate side. Gruesome, bloody, and sexual at times, this book is a fantastic read for anyone who enjoys alternate and/or unsanitized fairytales; the kin that were once prevalent in the Western Word or were exports from the Black Forest.
This updated edition of the bestselling "Eat: Los Angeles" has been expanded to include more than 1,100 listings--from restaurants to Korean markets, bakeries to wine shops, and caterers to cheesemongers--all across Los Angeles County.