J.M. Barrie starts the series of a boy who does not grow up in a marvelous way. The fantasy can really make your belief strong on the Neverland. The story starts out of now whereas there is no proper introduction of the characters or the scene.
We just find Peter Pan and Tinker Bell in Wendy’s room and they take her and the two brothers along with them as soon as they start having faith in the pixy dust.
The rest of the tale, however, is a sheer joy. We find everything in the Neverland, including a naughty pirate Captain Hook who is with one leg as a crocodile ate one of his legs and it still hunts the smell of this great pirate. There are mermaids as well that are not what they appear to be in the first glance. This first part really gets our imagination going and makes us inclined to listen to the next parts like Peter Pan and The Little White Bird.
The story in first glance seems to be having a weak plot but it is surely with a strong theme. The story is with the theme of childhood dreams in which the children reject the authority of the adults and want to live a life of their dreams.
The story also depicts the theme of never growing old which shows that everyone from the inside wants to remain a kid forever so that he can enjoy all the fun.
Steven Crossley narrates in a lively passion and no doubt that was the demand of the whole thing otherwise it would have appeared as a boring thing.