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After narrowly escaping the jaws of an angry and arrogant beast, the children find themselves separated and facing difficult challenges in a strange, new world. As they work their way across unfamiliar valleys and treacherous mountains, they encounter more mysteries and strange creatures. Along the way, they also find answers to some of their questions, but these answers only lead to more questions. - Who is 'Little Draco', and why is it so important that they find him? - How will they find each other now that ...
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After narrowly escaping the jaws of an angry and arrogant beast, the children find themselves separated and facing difficult challenges in a strange, new world. As they work their way across unfamiliar valleys and treacherous mountains, they encounter more mysteries and strange creatures. Along the way, they also find answers to some of their questions, but these answers only lead to more questions. - Who is 'Little Draco', and why is it so important that they find him? - How will they find each other now that their group is separated in an unfamiliar world? - Why did the stones lose their magic? - What mysteries lie behind Dragon's Blood? - Who is being held prisoner in the depths of the Castle Defigo? - What force or forces are drawing the children east? - Lastly and most importantly, who or what else traveled through the portal? As the children of Uncava struggle to unravel these questions, they don't realize they are slowly working their way towards their destiny, becoming a part of something much bigger than they could have ever imagined.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781425966805
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 11/28/2006
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 0.58 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted October 19, 2008

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    A Great Adventure!

    "The Prisoner" is the second book in MJ Allaire's fictional, fantasy<BR/>series that is indeed another Great Adventure! The reader is taken<BR/>once again through another fascinating journey as the lost children<BR/>desperately search for each other through the dark, land of the<BR/>unknown. The girls can't find the boys, new creatures blossom like<BR/>flowers, and the children are challenged to dip into their past<BR/>as they confront an unexplained mystery. Will all the children<BR/>reunite again? What do they find in the castle? Can the new world<BR/>be challenged? I recommend "The Prisoner" to teens, adults, and<BR/>all fantasy lovers. The author adds sparks to this novel, like the<BR/>Fourth-Of-July, fulfilling the reader's curiosity after diving into<BR/>the exquisite "Dragon's Blood." The ending of "The Prisoner" makes<BR/>the reader crave for "Dragon's Tear." "The Prisoner" is cleverly<BR/>written, captures the world's imagination, and the whirlwind adventure<BR/>continues as the creatures come to life! This novel is as action-packed<BR/>as "Men In Black." "The Prisoner" fills the reader's heart with<BR/>memorable moments that strikes a chord in everyone, and is as breathtaking<BR/>as Walt Disney's "Swiss Family Robinson."<BR/><BR/><BR/><BR/>Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M.<BR/>Author of 6 book<BR/>Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2008

    Step into fantasy land

    After falling through the portal to an unknown world, the children find themselves separated. The girls remain together but they have no idea where the boys are. When they come upon a selfish monkey, that is just the beginning of the journey. Everyone is heading East to the castle in their separate groups, along the way they meet new creatures that either help or hinder their journey. Someone from their past is waiting in the shadows, ready to claim something that the children no longer have possession of. Dragons are very real, and it looks like Tonia is about to live out her fantasy. Micah and Nicho are reunited in the valley of the yarnie cats. And someone or something has the prisoner of Defigo castle questioning his sanity. Everyone must work together to save this new world from the darkness that is looming all too near. The Prisoner by MJ Allaire is the second book in her Denicalis Dragon Chronicles. With the first book fresh in my mind, this was an easy to follow story. I think that even if you read book one months before you would be able to pick up right were the first book left off. This again is a perfect young adult read, it is filled with action, adventure, and even a dragon love story¿ what¿s not to like? 4 Hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2007

    Better than expected

    This book is so descriptive that I feel like I am right there watching the characters make their every move. I cant put it down!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2007

    Another great book!

    This book is the 2nd book in the Denicalis Dragon Chronicle series. I loved book one, Dragon's Blood, but this book is even better! The children from book one find themselves lost in a world of dragons and an evil sorcerer, and somehow they have to find each other! This story brings out more characters and explains some of the history of the amulet that they have to find in book one. A special baby dragon is also hatched from an egg. Who is being held prisoner in the Castle Defigo? You'll just have to read it yourself to find out!

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