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Rites of Passage

Rites of Passage

How contemporary Rites of Passage can help us all leave Neverland Childhood was once restricted to a fleeting life stage but in Neverland 2.0, Peter Pan has made it available to everyone as a permanent lifestyle choice but at what cost? ‘Leaving Neverland’ (Why Little Boys Shouldn’t Run Big Corporations) weighs up the costs, keel hauls a few adult sized ‘lost boys’ & offers Rites of Passage as a timely...

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Rex Finch

Rex Finch

“An insightful depiction of the dangers we face in having the perpetual ‘boys’ of this world in positions of power – incomplete men with arrested development. The style, pace and delightful skewering are reminiscent of Hunter S Thomson!” Rex Finch, Finch Publishing.

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JS Watts

JS Watts

“An amusing read. The prose flows smoothly and I enjoyed the sustained concept of children (small male children, primarily) being allowed to run the nursery and getting it horribly wrong.You know how to keep the humour flowing too, with the introduction of various characters (yourself, Peter Pan, Victor) throughout the text.” JS Watts author of ‘A Darker Moon.’

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Marita Hansen

Marita Hansen

“Well, yes, all females think men are just big boys who like toys. Anyway, I got that obvious comment out of the way, I wanted to tell that… you  hit at the big issues through using Peter Pan, and the Neverland scenario. This is a very clever piece of writing, highlighting important issues in a unique way. I wish you all the best with it.” Marita Hansen author of ‘Behind the Hood’  

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