About the author:
Marcel Feldmar grew up in Canada, and then left.
He spent some time in an institution called The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, but ended up living in Los Angeles, where his words get caught in traffic. He has had more bands than girlfriends, but is now married and not playing music, even though he has been mistaken for Ric Ocasek on more than one occasion.
Marcel's writings, poetic and otherwise, range from musings on comic books to interviews with touring bands to bursts of poetry and fiction. His first novel, "The Devil’s Jukebox” is available on Createspace and other fine online book selling establishments.
Currently writing music reviews for The Big Takeover, his freelance articles have also appeared in a variety of 'zines and magazines across the country.
Marcel's poetry has appeared in the anthology “A Generation Defining Itself”, as well as in "Memory Bites" published by a gleeful press! and a chapbook published by Headveins Graphics. His chapbook "The Typewriter Keeps Me Awake At Night" is also available on Createspace.
You can visit Marcel Feldmar's Website at www.marcelfeldmar.com
Keys To The Sun
Edited by Melissa-Jane Fogarty
Cover Design: Crankbunny
In a city built on legends, the truth is hard to find.
There is a song about a certain house located somewhere in New Orleans. A house that holds a secret that could shift the balance between good and evil. A secret discovered by three teenagers who find themselves on an adventure that takes them though the French Quarter, from magical playgrounds to mysterious cemeteries.
On vacation in New Orleans with their parents, Lucas and Parker Chance meet Nicole Wells, a new friend who will be staying with them in an old mansion in the Garden District. After exploring the house during a thunderstorm the adventurous trio finds an old map and strange runes that could point the way towards that legendary house. Before they realize what’s happening they find themselves caught between the darkness and the light as they begin to search for the keys that supposedly can open the door of the House of the Rising Sun.
Unfortunately there are malevolent forces looking for the same thing, so with the help of their enigmatic Aunt Ruby, the three must follow a trail of clues while avoiding the sinister Trista Cillian and her colleagues. Aunt Ruby, who has been involved in this struggle for far longer than anyone realizes, helps as much as she can while the youngsters race to complete their quest before it’s too late.
The path the three friends have chosen is dangerous, and as they race to complete their quest they learn to trust each other and accept the help of strangers that appear along the way. They learn that there is a difference between what is real and what is seen, they discover the magic that flows along the streets of New Orleans, and they realize that some mysteries are not meant to be solved.
Keys To The Sun is a Young Adult novel that will delight fans of mysteries, the supernatural, New Orleans, Vampires, adventure, and really good beignets.
- Publication Date:
- 1519680732 / 9781519680730
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Paranormal