Peter and the Starcatchers Themes

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Power

The allure of absolute Power is a hard thing to resist. This story is driven by the lust for Power. When the mysterious Starstuff falls to the earth, many humans use that Power to rule over other people. These people, known in this story as the Others, have dominated humanity and committed many atrocities throughout history. Even some of the Starcatchers, who had good intentions in the beginning, have been corrupted by the allure of Power. These few have become some of the worst of the Others.

William Slank and his master King Zarboff the Third, are two of the worst of the Others in history. They are both driven by the Power of the Starstuff and intend to use it to take over the world and rule as gods. Slank has no problem killing his own companions to acquire this Power. He even plans to kill the...

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