The Lost Girls
In THE LOST GIRLS four generations of Darling women struggle with reality in the aftermath of their adventures with Peter Pan in Neverland.
Like her grandmother and her mother Jane before her, Wendy must escape Pan’s hold on her and the promise he wants her to keep.
THE LOST GIRLS dwells on the notion that four generations of Darling women either suffered hallucinatory episodes or, conversely, experienced an unparalleled life of the imagination. The story chronicles Wendy’s life from her childhood till her forties, as she recovers her creativity, which she believes she’s lost growing up, and heals her wounded relationships with her mother, her daughter and what she’s at last able to leave behind.