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Summary: Small drabbles of multiple genres of what characters feel the first time they read about a boy who never grew up. Peter Pan/doctor who, PP/BtVS, PP/Lost, PP/Spiderman, PP/Superman, PP/Supernatural,

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Dr. Who/Torchwood > Non-BtVS/Ats Stories
Literature > Childrens/Teen > Peter Pan
JediClaire + 1 otherFR13101,648046,1475 Jan 0729 Sep 08No

Chapter Four, Luke Smith, Two weeks old

Authors note: Huge spoilers if you haven't seen the pilot for Sarah Jane Adventures. First boy point of view, Luke Smith.

Chapter Four,
Luke Smith, Two weeks old.

Sarah was trying hard to make sure Luke could fit in, and that meant education. Because of his memory it wasn't to difficult to let him catch up. He was reading books and stories this week. He remembered some of them, from everyones memories, but because he knew Maria he started with books she had read.

Peter Pan was different. It wasn't to girly, for one. It was about a boy who wouldn't grow up, was scared of growing up. He liked the end, when the lost boys were adopted by the Darlings, like Sarah adopting him.

Luke wondered whether Maria wanted to go away to neverland, to be Wendy. He would want to be a lost boy, and come home with her again.


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