In defiance of time, dimension and existential threats, two beings from different worlds must discover who they really are, where they belong and if they can ever be together. What happens when, by irreversible magical accident, a little Fairy girl becomes an adult in an instant, and then meets The Boy Who Would Never Grow Up?
About the Author
Rob (Robin or RP) Brockman is an American/British national and author/editor/playwright/actor. He grew up in Kansas and joined the US Army at 17, serving as a paratrooper in America and as an infantryman in the Vietnam War. There he underwent a profound Near Death Experience. Later Robin was an observer in conflicts from the Middle East to El Salvador, Ethiopia to Bosnia, and on the Turkish-Iraqi and Syria-Iraqi borders. His published books include The Autobiography of Peter Pan, Great Ghost Stories (Random House), Classic Tales of Horror and Classic Tales of the Supernatural, Myths and Legends From Around the World (Arcturus), retold in the form of short stories, and The Message (Orbis), a supernatural thriller. His play The Tunnel Soldiers, which appeared in Edinburgh and London, received universal critical acclaim from the national press. His other produced plays are: Time and the Body, Ballet Hooligans, American Pariah and Tender Loathing. Robin also contributes articles to various magazines. He is married and divides his time between homes in England and the South of France.