Enter The Intriguing World of The Lost City

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Author weaves a darkly fascinating fantasy wrought with mystery and revelations

In mid-June during the summer after she graduated from high school, Tanya visits her grandparents in Seoul. When she returns, it is to an empty apartment with no parents in sight to welcome her back. What could have happened to her parents? Readers can unravel the answer as they immerse in the intriguing tale of The Lost City written by Drake Star.

Instead of a warm welcome from her parents, Tanya returns to an empty apartment, every trace of her parents gone. All that is left from them is a letter and court papers that left her in charge of their crumpled building. Tanya knows her Mom and Dad never approved of her being a witch. But she never dreamed that they would completely abandon her. Left to fend for herself, she struggles to get by and maintain order in the apartment. Things take an interesting turn when she meets Scott, a fairy. As time passes, Tanya will discover shocking revelations about the truth behind her parents’ disappearance. Readers can witness the exciting events unfold in The Lost City.

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About the Author
Drake Star is the author’s pen name. He was born in Manhattan, New York, in the year 1983. He lived there until he was six months old. Looking back, he wished he could have stayed in Irvine. Alas, he had no choice. The first school that he attended was at Oak Hills, which he loved. Unfortunately, the author got transferred to a private school which he absolutely hated. He went there for seven years, starting from second grade to eight grade. His parents wanted him to go to a private high school but he opted to go to Granite Bay High School, MA. Drake Star always had trouble with English. He had too much imagination. However, he credits his English teachers for pushing him so hard—especially his sophomore English teacher. Otherwise he wouldn’t have embraced his English so much. After high school, he went to Sierra College and took major in Drama, much to his parents’ dismay. After Sierra college, the author joined the Free Masons in Roseville Lodge 222. He is grateful to his brother-in-law Captain Jason Tauches for inspiring him.

The Lost City * by Drake Star
Publication Date: October 13, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 147 pages; 978-1-4415-5157-3
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 147 pages; 978-1-4415-6182-4

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