The Isle of the LosteBook - 2015
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Years ago, Disney's most villainous villains were banished to the Isle of the Lost, a floating island covered in a dome. It was magic-less, and the villains were stripped off their powers. They also lost everything they had, forced to wear old clothing and eat spoiled food. When Carlos invented a machine that blasted a small hole in the dome, Maleficent's Dragon's Eye was awakened. The most powerful evil weapon, it was the villains only hope to escape. Their parents sent their children out on a quest to reclaim the Eye, each for their own selfish reasons. But during the quest, the VKs start to help, care and support. Meanwhile, Prince Ben was having visions of a beautiful, purple haired girl with bright green eyes. Thinking that she was one of the lost villains on the island, he made a choice that would change the Isle forever and the world forever.
Banned on the Isle of the Lost, four teenage descendants of the wicked Disney's villains set off to find Maleficent's powerful, magical staff, the Dragon's Eye. Together, Mal, daughter of Maleficent; Jay, son of Jafar; Carlos, son of Cruella De Vil; and Evie, daughter of the Evil Queen work with one and other to find the Dragon's Eye and learn that just because they are from a evil blood line, being a little good isn't so evil.
The Isle of the Lost tells the story of four teens who are the descendants of some of Disney's most infamous villains. Mal, the daughter of the wicked maleficent, must find a way to finally prove to her mother that she is worthy of being her daughter by fetching a valuable magical item, while completing a wicked deed. Jay, son of the great Jafar, is a notorious pickpocket and thief who always stays by Mal's side and helps her with her quest. Jay is the closest thing to a friend that villains can possibly have. Carlos, son of the crazed Cruella de vil, makes an amazing discovery that just might allow villains to once again use magic and escape from the island which they have been imprisoned on. Evie, daughter of the beautiful Evil Queen, must find a way to fit in with her peers whom she has been alienated from for the past ten years, and must evade the wicked plans of Mal. Together these four young villains embark on a quest in which they discover that even evil can sometimes be good, and even villains can turn out to be heroes.
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