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The Legend of the Lost Pearl


Moya Huxtable

Chronicles of Atlantis

In the Crystal Caves, hidden far beneath Antarctica, lives an ancient being. Medusa is the last of her kind who escaped from our sister planet, Terralius, before its apocalyptic implosion eons ago. She has seen what unfolds when all warnings of global catastrophe are ignored.

After Fleur, estranged daughter of a prominent world leader, is saved from drowning by a massive, green turtle named Midas, they embark on a perilous quest to save the Earth. Midas is no ordinary turtle, and together they journey to the Crystal Caves to seek help from Medusa and her fabled Pearl.

Far beneath the waves, Fleur witnesses both the wonder of the marine world and the horrific impact of humankind’s destruction and neglect. But will she have the courage and faith to claim the mystical talisman that is our only hope in a race against time and greed?

About the Author

Moya Huxtable has been a keen scuba diver for over thirty years. She was inspired to write this story by her passion for marine life and her deep concern about environmental degradation—especially in the sea. First scribed in 1995, The Legend of the Lost Pearl, has even greater relevance now. Moya is passionate about animal welfare and cares for an assortment of rescued animals. During sailing trips with her partner, they have removed plastic rubbish from many-a-beach around the world.  She hopes her book will inspire others to take better care of the ocean and its inhabitants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ISBN: 978-1-925952-55-1 (ebook edition)
Format: eBook (epub + mobi)
Extent: 140 pages
RRP: USD $9.99
Publisher: Vivid Publishing
Category: Children's Fiction /  Fantasy Adventure.

 

 

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