Really loved this different take on Captain Hook and Peter Pan. It covers a longer amount of time then I expected, but offers backstory for Hook and shows a very different view of Pan that I hadn't thought about. Children can be cruel and Pan is forever a child - killing is winning but he doesn't understand beyond that.
The romance is secondary to the plot, but at the same time it's important to the plot (they couldn't leave without it, really).
The ending was kind of bittersweet, since Stella and Hook don't remember each other (although he did leave himself a note!). They're out of Neverland and that's the main thing really. Everything else is just gravy. (Where did that phrase come from?)
I thought I would have a lot more to say about this one.