A Story of Adventure for Young Readers

Sebastian Linus Youngfield is sailing the world with his parents, Cameron and Anne, when their voyage takes a dramatic turn in the South Pacific. A massive storm blows in leaving Sebastian adrift at sea in a small dinghy. To survive the adventures ahead, he must cast fear into the depths and summon every skill learned in his young life.  And even that may not be enough to overcome the otherworldly dangers that reside on an invisible island.

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About the Author

When Michael William Hogan was a young boy he spent his summers kicking through the tall reeds along the beaches of northern Michigan. Today you might find him cutting through the thick jungle of his island retreat in Tonga. Could this be a sign of someone’s refusal to grow up?

Perhaps. But Michael’s lifelong love of adventure and his penchant for storytelling has resulted in numerous award-winning screenplays, short stories, webisodes and children’s books. He has also produced and directed award-winning short films that have screened at film festivals in the U.S. and Europe.

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