LOST BOY, FOUND BOY
In a futuristic world, Neverland is a holomatrix, Hook is a cyborg, and Tinker Bell is an automated computer interface. Peter is desperate to save his lover from a military draft that, unbeknownst to him, Mir volunteered for because they are desperate to be able to fly.
So, naturally, Peter programs an entire island -- Neverland -- as a refuge where Mir can fly without having to fight in a war.
But he doesn't locate Mir right away; instead, he fights for control of the island with automated interface Tinker Bell and meets James, a mostly mechanical boy with a hook for a hand who Peter inadvertently rescues from his life as a military lab experiment.
Peter single-mindedly focuses on finding Mir, oblivious to the repercussions for everyone he brings to the island in the attempt to rescue his love. He ignores James's growing feelings for him, and he barely notices Tink's growing autonomy and her relationship with another girl on the island (who goes by two names: one of them is Wendy).
When Peter finally locates Mir and brings them to Neverland, however, Neverland's computer core erases their memories of Peter to avoid data redundancy.
Will their romance to survive such a life-altering glitch?
Will the island?
Wanna see my utterly goofy series of responses to signing the contract?
Sure you do :-P