“… a fantastical, mysterious adventure with many unexpected twists and turns.” Foreword
No one ever told Deston the fae were real. He never imagined King Arthur was a real person or that Excalibur had a twin brother sword, either. These were two of the many secrets his mother had kept from him.
But after his mother mysteriously vanishes and he’s shipped to France to live with a distant relative, Deston and a tenacious French girl, Margaux, are lured into the fae realm of Tir na-nÓg where he learns his whole life has been a lie. He also discovers his mother didn’t just vanish but was kidnapped by an evil solitary faerie, who is out for revenge on his family, and if Deston can’t bring her and the king of the fae back to Tir na-nÓg before the full moon rises, his family, along with the entire fae race, will be destroyed.
As Deston and Margaux race through the mythical realm of Tir na-nÓg, home to faeires, giant wolves, six-foot tall bats, and other mystical creatures he thought were pure fiction, one question nags him—how is a kid with no magic supposed to defeat true evil when the fae couldn’t? He doesn’t know the answer, but he is sure of one thing—he’s not going to give up without a fight, and this will either be the greatest adventure of his life or his last.
Perfect for fans of Harry Potter and Percy Jackson.