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Review:Mazz says:
ASDFGHJKL, I have so many things to say about this it's unreal I never have this much to say about anything. OK, yes I do. I'll get on.

1. I found this all so perfect and wonderful that I printed it out and I now have it in the back of my English book to read whenever I get bored of my terrible English teacher droning on about persuasive language.

2. James&Lily is one of my (many, many, many) OTPs, and this is one of my favourite one-shots - no. Favourite ANY FORMAT stories regarding them as the main couple. It's just so magnificent (I love using that word, it's so big and bold and it reminds me of choral singing...off topic there!) and the incorporation of Peter Pan and that story works so well. It's the kind of thing you don't think about and I love how in a way, you can put so many characters from one story with characters from another story. Like literature(s) bounces off each other without intending to, and I think that's unbelievably cool.

3. I love the ending so much, because it's true - they do fade out, one by one, and it's such a fantastic way of phrasing it. I haven't actually read any of the stories by J.M. Barrie, which means I am rubbish and I don't know what I'm talking about. But either way, you put Peter Pan with Harry Potter and this makes you wonderful.

4. I want to say that this was 'short and sweet', but that would be a horrid thing to say because yes, it was short and sweet but it was also incredible and beautiful and it wasn't sweet in the way that a cute kitten is sweet, or in the way that a couple taking a romantic stroll is sweet. It was sweet in the way that makes me cry a little bit (and then a little bit more) and hate you for writing something so perfect. Yeah, I really wish I'd written this.

5. All the lines that you put in from Peter Pan were perfect as well - I especially lovelovelove the 'second to the right and straight till morning' one; this was beautiful.

I literally cannot find a single fault, either. Just everything is fantastic and I'm 100% in love with this; it was ... I think the word I want is captivating, but I'm not sure.

Anyway, your writing is so flawless - maybe you should just write ALL THE THINGS.

(I'm sorry my review is so tangent-y and unintelligible and a bit ... overeager. Oops.)

Author's Response: Thank you so much for this beautiful review; can't stop smiling every time I read it. It made me so happy in fact that I showed it to my mom. And then I let her read the story which is something that I NEVER do haha. So thank you!

1. This is probably the coolest thing anyone has ever said to me. Just wow. Thank you! That is so incredible and as an aspiring writer, I am just over the moon. So thank you so very much!!!

2. James and Lily are my OTP as well! They're so great and cute and oh my god I can't even handle it bring on the feels. (Sorry…) So yeah, they're favorite and the fact that this is one of your favorite stories about them makes me want to combust with happiness like I can't even - thank you thank you thank you! That's so unbelievably nice of you to say and I really appreciate it! I got the idea after I saw the Broadway play Peter and the Starcatcher and while thinking about the characters, it occurred to me that there were many parallels between the main characters. I had never thought of it before either but it's definitely there and like you said, literature is all connected and that's so cool.

3. Don't feel bad; I've only read part of Peter and Wendy by J.M. Barrie. But I've seen several films based off of it and recently saw the prequel on Broadway; Peter Pan has always been a favorite of mine. I love its themes and it's universe and I'm so glad that you think I did a good job at putting the two universes together! I worked really hard at connecting their worlds (such as making the golden snitch James' own version of Tinkerbell, etc). And I'm glad that you liked the ending! It's sad to think of, but we all fade away when we die. We become distant memories, frozen in time. James and Lily will always be 21 and they will only exist to the people who knew or remember them.

4. I'm sorry and thank you haha. I appreciate it :D

5. Thank you! I wanted to incorporate as many as possible and that just fit so well in my opinion :)

Thank you so very much for reading and reviewing this; your words are so kind and lovely and I just appreciate it so much!!!

~Jess :D


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