Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie Peter Pan, the mischievous boy who refuses to grow up, lands in the proper middle-class home of the Darling to seek out his shadow. He friends with Wendy, John and Michael and teaches them to fly (with some help from the dust of the fairy). He and Tinker Bell whisk them off... to Never-land where the Red Indians, the Little Lost Boys, the pirates, and the dastardly Captain Hook find themselves.
For long the two enemies looked at one another, Hook shuddering slightly, and Peter with the strange smile upon his face. "So, Pan," said Hook at last, "this is all your doing." "Ay, James Hook," came the stern answer, "it is all my doing." "Proud and insolent youth," said Hook, "prepare to meet thy doom." "Dark and sinister man," Peter answered, "have at thee.
I kind of enjoyed Peter Pan, but I also feel a little as if my childhood has been slightly beaten over the head with an umbrella. I guess I just got something that I really, really wasn’t expecting; I was brainwashed with Disney from an early age, what can I say.