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Ian P Buckingham

English author Ian P Buckingham is widely published across a range of genres and mediums. A bit of a modern renaissance man, his work spans high-brow business books on brand and communication as well as magical adventure stories for children and young adults.

Winner of various creative writing prizes throughout his career and education in Africa and England, he has studied at Harvard as well as the University of Leeds where he also specialised in children's and Commonwealth literature.

Ian has edited several publications including poetry and creative writing magazines and has written, produced and directed plays. A proud father of two daughters (the muses for the important work) and a passionate shared parenting advocate, when not writing or roaming Britain’s coastline and forests, Ian is a prominent management consultant and MBA lecturer, championing the crucial role of great stories in life generally, no matter the age of the reader.

Legend of the Lost


The Savage children think they lead normal, largely unspectacular lives until they unearth the heart of a shooting star on a peaceful Cornish beach.

What seems like a chance encounter compels them onto a collision course with a pandemic of dark magic so malign that it threatens their family; the true kingdom of the animals and the enchanted fae who watch over them all.

Following the path set by the Moonstone, they journey deep into a mystical realm hiding in plain sight. Here they discover personal qualities, enchanted items and allies previously unknown.

But how can they ever hope to become strong enough to face up to what lies in wait for them in the shadowy clutches of the ancient Ashridge Forest?

And how do they survive a sinister force that has hungered for them for many barren generations?


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