Episode 68: Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas
It’s our final episode of season 4 of the podcast, y’all! We read Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas, a Peter Pan redux with plenty of twists.
We’ll be back with more episodes in summer of 2022. If you want to pick one of the books we read for next season, join our Patreon! It’s a pay-what-you-can model starting at $1/month.
content warning for discussions of child death
- Recommend if you like…
- Peter Pan, any iteration
- Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas*
- Folk of the Air series by Holly Black*
- Brooklyn Brujas series by Zoraida Córdova*
- also, if you appreciate YA that is light on the romance aspect, then this book is for you
* we’ve done episodes for all of these books! but you don’t have to take our word for it – go ahead and scroll thru our episodes page 🙂
- article on “the shadow” and therapy by the UK-based Society of Analytical Psychology
- information about trauma and memory loss (“dissociative amnesia”)
- Resources for Abolishing Policing (by Critical Resistance)
- Even more resources for fighting for abolition (also by Critical Resistance because they’re just amazing)
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