Tomorrow is a very important day for me as I’m moving into my apartment by the sea. I posted you a view of the surrounding area a few weeks ago, so forgive me if I just post the synopsis for ‘Fallyn and the Sea Dragons’ this week.
I have had complimentary comments about the cover. I despaired of finding something suitable because my usual site didn’t have any pictures of sea dragons! Then, I had a brainwave. I downloaded a free picture of a seascape painted and ‘collaged’ some dragons onto the seascape, scanned and printed the lot and sent it to the publisher
Fallyn and the Sea Dragons is the final book of my ‘Fallyn’ trilogy. I almost feel like wearing black! Fallyn no more, boo hoo! Fallyn and friends have been by my side for the last four years, since they were born. I almost feel like a murderer that they will not be around any more.
Don’t forget the first two books in the trilogy, Fallyn and the Dragons, and Fallyn in the Forbidden Land are on special offer on Amazon up to 22nd May
Synopsis of Fallyn and the Sea Dragons
This third book of the ‘Fallyn’ trilogy continues the adventures of Allan/Fallyn, his twin sister Eileen/Eila, his girlfriend Carla/Kalla and their friend Martin/Merin, as once more they enter their medieval dream world on the Island of Nashta.
They meet Captain Black Bert a charismatic, handsome pirate captain, who has morals of sorts; he boasts he only robs ships that are enemies of his country.
When the pirate ship is wrecked on Guano Island, four sea dragons rescue the three Chougans and the pirate chief. The pirate crew meet Prince Bato and his henchman, Andralo, banished to the island following another thwarted attempt to overthrow his younger brother King Rudri.
Has Prince Bato changed? His evil rages seem more controlled. On the other hand, is he just biding his time and scheming to escape from the island?
The plot again moves between the real and dream worlds. Colin Bates, Allan’s archenemy is in prison, but is allowed to go on holiday to Pembrokeshire, Wales, at the same time as Allan and friends are going to the same area, and their paths cross.
Allan and Martin find their sub-aqua training in the real world an asset in the dream world. They have to dream to their subconscious personas to ‘invent’ a diving bell and other diving equipment so they can find the lost Chougans. Fallyn and Merin also have to take careful warning of Kalla’s vision when she foresees ‘tangled arms waiting to ensnare,’ as they enter the mysterious underwater world.
In an exciting climax, all dilemmas are resolved in both the real world and the dream world, and so we bid farewell to Lord Fallyn and his dragons in this final fantastic fantasy fable!