Fox and Lucien, Beyond the Gates of Hercules

Fox and Lucien, Beyond the Gates of Hercules

by Perry G. Vayo


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"Fox and Lucien, Beyond the Gates of Hercules," picks up where "A Fox in Paris" leaves off. Lucien is now away at school, struggling not only with his school work, but also his changing feelings toward the world and himself. Fox too, is not content. Trapped far from his best friend, he now spends his days idly laying about their family's luxurious home, without a care in the world, and he hates it. Secretly, both Fox and Lucien miss their adventurous days together on the streets of Paris, and on the rare occasions that Lucien comes home to visit, the two are inseparable, spending their time together exploring the countryside and the backstreets of Bordeaux.
It is on one of these expeditions, wandering the old waterfront of Bordeaux, that they discover an ancient warehouse that contains a dark secret. Unable to resist the the mystery, and ignoring the warnings of their elders to leave the dark place alone, they are unexpectedly swept up in an amazing adventure that neither of them could have ever imagined, or wished for. Finding themselves once again, far from home and on their own, they must rely on their courage, integrity, and the unbreakable bond of their friendship, if they are to survive.
"Fox and Lucien, Beyond the Gates of Hercules," is a classic adventure tale of self-discovery, and an exciting read for anyone who believes in the power of the possible.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988268067
Publisher: InfoNouveau
Publication date: 08/23/2016
Pages: 432
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Perry Vayo is a freelance writer and publisher, with a long background in writing for visual media. He is a graduate of both St. Lawrence University and New York University.
He first came to the story of Lucien and Fox, through the writings of his great, great grandmother, Mary Nelson Carter, who left the original unfinished story behind as a stack of fading handwritten notes. Although she died long ago, in a sense, the two co-authored that first book, "A Fox in Paris."
With the warm reception and success of "A Fox in Paris" the author decided that the story was just begging to be updated and extended beyond the scope of the original. "Fox and Lucien, Beyond the Gates of Hercules," is the result; more accessible than the original, and setting the story on a new trajectory for the future - and many new adventures.
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