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Peter Pan meets Wonder Woman in an adventurous mix of fantasy and science fiction.
Lonely on a moon at the end of the galaxy, Braxden Pan wanted a few friends and a little adventure. However, the last six months of his life consisted of high pitched giggles, visions of winged girls, and mysterious crop circles in the corn field. With bushels of food and power cells disappearing from the farm, his family is desperate for an answer.
When an outlaw finds his moon and kills his uncle, Braxden remembers one major rule: “Live. You can fight back if you live.” After crawling through an escape tunnel, three robots chase him across the burning fields. When he finds safety, a girl appears form the darkness. Her face is taught with anger, her body movements are fluid, and her eyes are two different colors, one bright and green like the grass on a sunny day and the second cold and white like ice. Before he can ask for help, she kicks him across his face, knocking him out cold.
Braxden is taken to Neverworld where being a boy is a crime. Flying girls, with martial arts skills and the ability to control the elements, sentence him to death. To make things worse, the outlaw who killed his uncle finds the “Lost Girls” on the planet and promises to eliminate every last one of them. Caught in a tangle of misplaced hate and murderous intent, Braxden has to befriend two-hundred, boy-hating girls; clash against four hundred battle-ready skeletons; and stop the most notorious outlaw in the galaxy from killing all of them.