About the Book
"There is a legend that if one gazes at the horizon from the summit of the mountain, he will glimpse the land from whence we came."
The writings of Colonel James Churchward and his lifetime search for the lost land of Mu were the inspiration for The Sundisk.
In her debut novel, Gail Logan takes her characters on an emotional and spiritual quest for this lost world, where Eden-like splendor melds with the grandeur of a golden age.Through their quest for the forgotten island, a remnant of the fabulous continent of Mu, the characters reach deep within themselves to make a spiritual discovery of the place.
Logan's work suggests that the fabulous lost continent may emerge again when men mend their differences, live in peace with themselves, and respect the beauty of the natural world.
About the Author
Gail Logan received her BA and MA degrees in English from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, where she minored in theater.
She has worked doing everything from installing digital television services to teaching college English part-time, and selling newspaper subscriptions by phone.
Gail, a poet and novelist, has published poetry on the Internet, as well as in anthologies. She grew up near the seashore on Cape Code, Masschussetts, but now resides in the Georgia countryside of Twiggs County. The Sundisk is Gail?s first novel.