I had this recommended to me by (I think) the author when I posted my review of "Peter Pan" a couple of years ago. Even though the book has been out for a couple of years, there's hardly any mention of it anywhere. This intrigued me, especially as the premise sounded quite interesting, so I decided to humour my curiosity.And really, this is not a book that deserves to be 'killed by silence'. It's a wonderfully charming and respectful sequel to J.M. Barrie's classic, and very true to the original in both writing style and atmosphere. Like the original it is rather dark in places, but not needlessly so. I loved Tiger Lily, and Halfway made me laugh - especially his way of speaking in half phrases.A fun read for anybody who still believes in Peter Pan and Neverland.