The Rising Mist-The Final Book of the Mist Trilogy [NOOK Book]

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The evil unicorn Hasbadana is defeated in the second book of The Mist Trilogy: Mists of Darkness. He is sent back to his Dark Kingdom, his head bowed in shame. But will this defeat be permanent or just a temporary set back?

While Hasbadana stomps around his castle, Valhalla, and plots his next move, the Legion of the Unicorn continue serving the animals on the earth. Bethany is inducted into the Legion and becomes Shema’s rider. Time after ...
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The Rising Mist-The Final Book of the Mist Trilogy

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Overview

The evil unicorn Hasbadana is defeated in the second book of The Mist Trilogy: Mists of Darkness. He is sent back to his Dark Kingdom, his head bowed in shame. But will this defeat be permanent or just a temporary set back?

While Hasbadana stomps around his castle, Valhalla, and plots his next move, the Legion of the Unicorn continue serving the animals on the earth. Bethany is inducted into the Legion and becomes Shema’s rider. Time after time, she and Nick ride their unicorns through the mist to help injured and dying horses. Their travels take them to the Island of Chincoteague to help the ponies with their annual swim. They help polo ponies, a police horse and circus animals. They even become involved in an international scandal as they work to rescue the famous Lipizzan Stallions from a band of kidnappers holding them for ransom. It is tiring but rewarding work for the two riders and their unicorns.

But alas, a sad day arrives in Celestia. Nick and Lazari return from one assignment only to be summoned to meet with Urijah, the Lord of kingdom of the unicorns. The kind, wise leader informs the boy that Hasbadana has taken Nick’s sisters into his Dark Kingdom. Nick knows that he must return to the Dark Kingdom to save them. With Bethany by his side, he faces the evil unicorn once again. Unfortunately, Hasbadana is ready for them. Now, only Urijah can save them by trading his life for theirs. Will Urijah spend the rest of eternity as Hasbadana’s prisoner? Read The Rising Mist to find out.

The Rising Mist is the perfect story for horse and fantasy lovers of all ages. Read all three books of The Mist Trilogy: Behind the Mist – Book One of The Mist Trilogy, Mists of Darkness – Book Two of The Mist Trilogy and The Rising Mist – The Final Book of the Mist Trilogy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148820703
  • Publisher: M.J. Evans
  • Publication date: 10/7/2013
  • Series: The Mist Trilogy , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 459,695
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

M.J. Evans is the author of several middle grade fantasies. The Mist Trilogy consists of the books: "Behind the Mist," "Mists of Darkness," and "The Rising Mist." She is also the author of a parody of the Revolutionary War titled "North Mystic" that you will really enjoy reading, especially if you like Trolls and Leprechauns!

M.J. is a former teacher of middle grade and high school students and the mother of five grown children. Hence, her reason for writing is so that kids will love to read. She and her husband of forty-one years live in Colorado with her three horses and standard poodle.

Her non-fiction books are under the name of Margi Evans. The author is currently completing her third trail guide book: "Riding Colorado III-Day Trips and Over-night Trips With Your Horse." She loves riding in the mountains!.

Hearing from her readers is her reward for all the work she puts into her writing. Readers can visit her on facebook at Behind the Mist or on her email: . She always writes back!
Visit her website: www.themisttrilogy.com or her blog: www.themisttrilogy.blogspot.com
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  • Posted December 11, 2014

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  • Posted September 8, 2014

    I enjoyed M.J. Evans' earlier books in this series, so I expecte

    I enjoyed M.J. Evans' earlier books in this series, so I expected to like this one and was not disappointed. 




    The book begins with Nick and Bethany, and their respective unicorns and other legion members, assisting horses (and other animals and humans) who are in need around the Earth. As expected by the teaser on the back cover, however, a new peril arrives when Hasbadana abducts Nick's sisters and takes them to his dark castle.




    Nick and Bethany make the journey to get them back, only to be captured themselves, which was Hasbadana's plan all along. After Urijah sacrifices himself in return for their freedom, Nick determines to find a way to bring Urijah back. 




    The book carries the reader along from point to point, building in tension as the rescues become more and more difficult. The ending is very satisfying, and readers who already love Nick and Lazari and the other characters from the earlier books will enjoy this book as much or more than the earlier ones.

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  • Posted August 23, 2014

    As the author of this book I am excited to have you read the fin

    As the author of this book I am excited to have you read the final book of the Mist Trilogy. I think you will love it as much as the previous books, Behind the Mist and Mists of Darkness. Have fun reading!

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