Green Pelicans by Michael Hogan
(Sebastian and the Invisible Island)

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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.

Following several days adrift at sea, Sebastian makes it safely ashore a small island. But he’s not alone. He soon discovers that the island is occupied by a flock of strange florescent green pelicans. And as he ventures to the opposite side of his little speck of land, he discovers a second, much larger island. But it lies far across a deep blue lagoon. Sebastian’s dinghy was ripped apart as he crossed the sharp coral of a protective reef. Though an excellent swimmer, it may be difficult, if not impossible to reach the other shore without a boat.

Later his first day, while exploring his new home Sebastian finds the bones of a previous castaway; and a map. But there are signs the dead man may have gone insane and before his first night on the island passes, Sebastian may know why. Things here aren’t what they seem. The strange green pelicans aren’t really birds. And the flying creatures that occupy the large island across the lagoon are not friendly.

About Michael Hogan

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Mike Hogan plays in the band with the bestselling recording artist mentioned above. Though this is his first venture into the world of books, he has done a good bit of writing for various magazines-an undertaking which he enjoys quite a bit. When not on tour, Mike lives in the modest suburbs of Waco, Texas, with his wife, Robin.
Published April 17, 2012 by Michael William Hogan. 42 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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