Shadowland : The Legend

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TWO-TIME AWARD WINNING BOOK: Based on the story created by Johanna Kern: TO SAVE THE MYTHICAL SHADOWLAND FROM THE DARK RULERS OF THE UNDERWORLD, A BOY CONCIDERED TO BE THE CHOSEN ONE MUST TRAVEL TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD AND RISK EVERYTHING. Frank and his older sister Caroline accidentally get transported to mythical Attic Town in Shadowland, where the Great Syndicate is ruling and robbing citizens. An army of scary Shadows kidnaps anyone who is out after dark and the Patrolling Thieves make the daylight miserable for everyone. Not realizing that they shifted in space and time, the siblings split, while looking for directions. Wandering the streets, Frank meets Donlore, a young Patrolling Thief, and trusts the shadowy figure despite his first instincts. Caroline finds herself on a farm outside of town. She soon sets on a journey to find her younger brother and help him realize his mistake. She has to find him before dark. When the night falls, he will remain one of the dark rulers forever and there will be no way back. In the meantime, the underground opposition of Attic Town begins to revolt AWARDS: RUNNER-UP (YOUNG ADULTS) 2013 SAN FRANCISCO BOOK FESTIVAL HONORABLE MENTION (YOUNG ADULTS) 2013 NEW YORK BOOK FESTIVAL

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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.43mm | 358.34g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1482727951
  • 9781482727951

About Johanna Kern

Johanna Kern - film producer, director & multiple award winning author. As a filmmaker, Johanna Kern is recognized for her unique directing style, and her vision that captivates broad audiences and draws exceptional professionals to her productions. Her fantasy/mystery/adventure feature film, Shadowland: The Legend (2012), explores the topics of creating one's own destiny, and the ways of dealing with personal and global Shadows. Over the years, Kern has made a number of dramatic short films including the critically acclaimed short Cherries for Brian. Johanna has also written seven feature film screenplays and worked as a producer/director on a number of television commercials and music videos. Additionally, she has produced, written and directed two musicals for the stage (with large casts of more than 250 actors), and founded Kid Stage, an acting school for young performers. She was the founder and executive director of Fantasy Worldwide Film Festival (2005-2007) - reaching six million people across the world in its first year, thanks to widespread media coverage from many popular television, radio and newspaper outlets. The festival held some of the first public screenings of such films as The Secret, Future by Design (featuring the visionary scientist Jacque Fresco), Whale Dreamers (a Julian Lennon production) and other significant works contributing to humanity and its evolution - in the genres of World Mythology, Mysticism, Magical Realism, Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Legend & Archetype. She holds an Honors B.A. in Applied Arts/Film from Ryerson University, Toronto. Previously studied theatre and fine arts in Europe. In 2012, Johanna Kern released her biographical book, focusing on spiritual and personal growth, titled Master and The Green-Eyed Hope. The book was edited by Brian Van der Horst (journalist, author, coach listed in Who's Who in the World since 1994, and Who's Who in America since 2007); and it was endorsed by internationally renowned psychologists Stanley Krippner and Jerry Solfvin. In 2013, Johanna Kern and her husband, Patrick Kern, established a non-profit organization, Humans Of Planet Earth ASSN. (HOPE) - to support people in gaining creative control of their own lives, through events, seminars, conferences, classes, art, video & film projects and festivals, exhibitions, fairs, and shows. Johanna Kern - Official Site: http: // Johanna Kern on Wikipedia: http: //

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