Have you ever been lost in your life? Apparently, not like seven-year-old Peter in J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens! He's just heard that he has to grow up some day and fly away from his parents. After, he really, honestly wanted to go back several times but his was the other kind of fate - he befriends with the faires and their queen Mab herself, meets another lost child and becomes what they call a "spirit of youth". Barrie never actually described Peter Pan's appearance except mentioning that he still had his first teeth. However, the adventures and abilities of that fairy tale flying boy describe the mood of the story perfectly. Like no one else he missed the atmosphere of happy, careless childhood in his adult life. However, in this story he tells us a lot about the relationships between children and parents, about how sad it is even for Peter to be parted from his roots. That is why most of the time he is flowing from one place to another, from one mischief to another - he doesn't want to be heartbroken again. So. that is why all the ravels! This Peter Pen storie is Barrie's most lyrical and moody one. But it charms you from the very beginning till the whistful end.