Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
When Jewel and her friends are needed in South America, they discover a malevolent enemy zeroing in on her. How can they stop him? In their search for answers, they find unlikely allies as strange as the interplanetary races they’ve already met.
Will their combined efforts be enough to rescue Jewel from a fate that would doom the planet to self-destruct? In this exciting sequel to Triton’s Call, more prophecies are revealed, but if even one of the four is unable to help, all hope is lost.
I watch Shaula to see what he’ll do next, afraid he might shoot her like he did the giant. I wonder if she can hear my heart pounding.
Instead, he smiles and says in a voice that sends shudders through me, “You will obey me, Juliana, because I have your parents.”
“Where are they? What have you done with them?” she asks, her voice strained. I imagine how her throat must be closing in fear for them.
His answering grin is pure evil. “If you wish for them to remain unharmed, I suggest you move now.”
Juliana bends to pick up her pack, and walks toward him with defiance in each step. She drops the pack at his boot-clad feet and one of the other Dracans opens it and removes an egg-shaped object, like the one Jack and his team found at the mandala. He hands it to Shaula who looks at it carefully.READ MORE
“Yes. Exactly what I was looking for. I am taking Jewel, but I’ll leave the rest of you to get to wherever you were going. Now that I have the locator that is keyed to me, you will never find us. Say goodbye to Jewel. She is mine, now. You will never see her again.” He laughs and guides her into the ship, his hand on her back. Four other Dracans follow them in, and the ramp closes.
As we watch, the craft silently rises and glides to the opening in the roof, momentarily blocking the light. Then it’s gone. Jewel is gone. Again. And this time we might not find her before…what? Before she’s the bride of Dracula? Oh, God.
And then I remember the artifacts. Shaula may have doomed all of us to certain death.COLLAPSE
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