Don't get me wrong. I like this book. In what concerns adventure and action, it's very good. But trying to explain the fantasy of Neverland and Peter Pan through Science Fiction wasn't the best way to explain things. The authors take all the imagination and childlike dreaming out of the equation through the use of the so called Starstuff. It makes people and objects fly, creates strange beings...but how, for instance do you explain fairy-dust? And the way J.M. Barrie tells of the beggining of Fairies? Peter is unable to grow? Barrie tells that he chooses not to, rather than being forced into it. Don't bring Neverland into Reality, mr. Dave Barry. You'll take the best part out of it.