Straight On 'Til
Auguste runs away from home to avoid growing up and does the one thing no child should ever do.
A dark social commentary on the influence of media use over children told through the lens of a contemporary spin on the origin of Captain Hook
Plot is not good. It could be made so much better. Dialogue is good. Characters aren't very interesting. The first page actually kept me going but as it progresses, it went out of shape.
Climax is... I do not know.
Question is why did he do it?