Nicho and Micah begin their journey by meeting with an oracle named Shia, who in turn introduces them to a wise and ancient yarnie cat named Boheall. The feline tells them that they must first find Teresia in the Dryas Forest, for it is she who will guide them through the next stage of their journey. After being chased through the forest by hungry carnivores, they successfully locate Teresia, and she leads them through yet another unfamiliar cave. They soon exit onto a dark, dismal beach, only to find themselves on the edge of an ominous and dangerous lake that is bordered by a gray, gloomy coastline. In the distance they hear growling, unseen creatures in the fog-filled shadows. To their dismay, the boys discover that the mysterious blue amulet, the Dragon’s Tear, is hidden somewhere in the middle of the lake in a place called the Castle of Tears.
Will the brave, young boys succeed in finding this very important second amulet, the only one to have fallen into an evil sorcerer’s hands? If they are able to find it, can they retrieve and return it to the dragons without becoming victims of their own incredible adventure? And whose evil eyes are watching them along the way?
Dragon’s Tear is the third book in the Denicalis Dragon Chronicles series, written for young adults ages 8-15. The other books in this series are Dragon’s Blood: Denicalis Dragon Chronicles – Book One and The Prisoner: Denicalis Dragon Chronicles – Book Two.
MJ Allaire grew up in South Florida now lives in Southeastern Connecticut with her children. She has always loved reading and wanted her children to feel the same way, so she decided to write a book for them, keeping them in mind. Now, three years and three books later, she has happily discovered that she’s writing for all children, not just her own. Through hard work and relentless dedication, MJ strives to be a positive example for her children as she shows them they CAN do anything they put their minds to.
For additional information, please email MJ at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website at www.mjallaire.com.
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About MJ Allaire: Having three teenagers of her own, two of which do not care for reading, MJ is now striving to make a difference to readers of all ages, continually encouraging them that they are never too young to begin reading and never too old to keep reading.