The Lost City

The Lost City

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Laying dormant and forgotten for hundreds of years, the lost city of Atlantis has sat abandoned, forgotten by time itself. In the present day, however, a group of seemingly ordinary teenagers are thrust into an unfamiliar world as they rediscover the lost city and its secrets. Entrusted with the protection of Atlantis, they must race against a madman and his scheme to conquer his world as they fight against his forces of evil, and even against one another as the lines of who can be trusted slowly become blurred. Together they will have to fight for the safety of the world and even against each other as they begin to fall deeper and deeper into the tangled web of magic, lies, and evil that surrounds the ancient myth of the lost more

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  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 20.07mm | 544.31g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507605862
  • 9781507605868

About Kaelah Byrom

Kaelah Byrom was born October 3rd, 1997 in Seattle. Before she reached the age of two her parents moved her and her little sister to Bosnia and Herzegovina. She spent twelve years overseas growing up and learning the language. Throughout her early days Byrom had a passion for stories. She'd run around the house acting and playing games with her two younger sister. When Byrom reached the age of six, she knew that she wanted to be an author. Do to some medical issues, her and her family moved to the United States. There she finally took the time to sit down at her computer and write her first story in words. At the beginning stages of her writing she felt a calling to screenwriting, she wrote eight scripts each the length of a-hundred-and-forty pages. It wasn't 'til the summer before her sophomore year in high school that she decided to write a book. At only seventeen, she has completed two novels and moved on to publishing one of them. She does not want fame or fortune, but simply to know that her story is out there being read by others. With time, she hopes to continue cultivating her writing ability and communicate the art of storytelling with the the more