The Dragon's Egg

Relics of Mysticus

Book 3
Heidi Bolton
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Sure, the glass castle floating over Evan’s head's a little unsettling, but that’s the least of his worries. With each step inside the Dungeon of Dreadful Dreams, he must battle against his own worst nightmares. One after the other, bull sharks and sea sirens come at him … he must remember they are only illusions pulled from his imagination by shadow-like hands. If only the vengeful dragon circling above were also an illusion and didn’t have his mind set on destroying the one person who can control him — Emrys. In the tower made of glass, the great wizard sleeps in an eternal slumber, and Evan’s uncertain whether he can save him. Especially, now that Emrys’ former student, the Lady of the Lake, has joined forces with the cunning immortal Alamaz. Together, they have already stolen the Dragon’s Egg, but their greed doesn’t end there. The Siren’s Pearl calls to them, and that means only one thing … Atlantis is in trouble. Travel with Evan, Claire, and Dunkle, as well as a few more unlikely heroes, across the realm of Medieval Legends, through the Ancient Isle of Avalon, inside the Dungeon of Dreadful Dreams, and be there when Atlantis rises once again.

Perfect for readers of middle grade fantasy.

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About the author

A magical part of H.B. Bolton's childhood was being swept into worlds of enchanting characters, fantastical creatures and extraordinary powers--simply by picking up a book. As a mother and a teacher, she was compelled to create imaginary worlds of her own in order to share them, not just with her children, but with all children. H.B. Bolton lives in Florida with her supportive husband and two highly spirited children. Shh, can you keep a secret? Not only does she write books for the young-at-heart, adventurous sort who yearn to dive into a good young-adult fantasy story, she also writes spellbinding, heart pounding women's fiction. These particular books are written under the name Barbara Brooke, but that's another story, altogether.
Silver medalist in 2013 Global Ebook Awards
Finalist in the Kindle Book Review Best Indie Author 2013
Books by H.B. Bolton:
The Serpent's Ring (Relics of Mysticus, Book One)
The Trickster's Totem (Relics of Mysticus, Book Two)
The Dragon's Egg (Relics of Mysticus, Book Three)
The Mummy's Amulet (Relics of Mysticus, Book Four) - Coming Soon!

http://www.hbbolton.com

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Publisher
Heidi Bolton
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Published on
Aug 18, 2014
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Pages
230
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ISBN
9781496056450
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dragons, Unicorns & Mythical
Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / General
Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
Juvenile Fiction / General
Juvenile Fiction / Legends, Myths, Fables / Arthurian
Juvenile Fiction / People & Places / Europe
Juvenile Fiction / Time Travel
Juvenile Nonfiction / Social Science / Folklore & Mythology
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