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DragonKnight (Dragon Keepers Chronicles, Book 3) Paperback – June 20, 2006
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Praise for DragonKnight
“DragonKnight is a thoroughly enchanting fantasy where dragons speak, tiny mouse-like guardians protect normal-size folk, and young people search for identity. Woven through Donita K. Paul’s carefully crafted world is a strong theme of love, redemption, and the sufficiency of God to see His children through all trials. The icing on this delightful cake is a surprise ending that brings tears of joy!”
–Douglas Hirt, author of the Cradleland Chronicles series
“Donita K. Paul’s inventiveness never ceases to amaze. Fresh ideas for new races of people and unusual creatures keep flowing from her gifted pen. In DragonKnight, we meet a few of these and rejoin old friends like Kale, Bardon, Regidor and the ever-huggable Toopka on a rollicking adventure. As always, this author has a whole bag of tricks up her sleeve–unexpected plot twists, heart-tugging relationships, and captivating characters. Classic is written all over this series.”
–Jill Elizabeth Nelson, author of Reluctant Burglar
“DragonKnight swept me into the exciting exploits of Bardon and his loyal friends. The inventive and richly compelling characters quickly drew me into their lives and into a fast-paced fantasy adventure.”
–Faye Spieker, playwright and author of ministry tools for children
“Charming characters in a colorful make-believe world full of beauty and danger. Classic good against evil with wonderful spiritual truths layered throughout and enough twists to keep the reader engaged from first page to last.”
–Sandra D. Moore, Director, American Christian Fiction Writers Association
“Donita K. Paul’s new novel examples the skillful weaving of a fantasy story with strong moral lessons and spiritual insights. Throughout her series, Paul has created fascinating characters who battle powerful enemies and learn what it means to live life in the process. As a result, DragonKnight is both fun and important reading. Young readers will love the action–and readers of all ages will appreciate the insights.”
–Paul Moede, co-Author, Good News About Your Strong Willed Child
About the Author
Donita K. Paul is a retired teacher and award-winning author of Dragonspell and DragonQuest. When not writing, she is often engaged in mentoring writers of all ages. Donita lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her two grown children make her proud and her two grandsons make her laugh. Her dog is a constant companion, even having his own chair at the computer desk.
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It starts off with Bardon traveling to a cabin in the middle of nowhere, or so he thought...
Bardon meets Granny Kye and her daughter, N'rae(whom I thought was very annoying.),both of them are searching for Granny Kye's son, who is N'rae's father. So Bardon joins the quest (reluctantly).
He meets people along the way some of which he wish he hadn't met. And while trying to rescue a friend of his, he accidentally travels through a gateway(Ms. Paul's name for a portal). He lands in Wizard Fenworth's castle, there, to my joy, he meets up with Kale. And Kale is allowed to join the quest also. So here they are trying to escape an illusion, with meech dragon, Regidor, of course. When they do escape, they return to a castle and find N'rae, her grandmother, Granny Kye, and everyone else there too. That's when the magic happens. Kale and Bardon fall in love!!! (I love romance, so excuse me.) And Bardon does what you expect him to do, he rescues the fair damsel in distress, Kale, from Pretender, when she goes down with Toopka to go find Ahnek and Sittiponder in the dungeon.
This book was probably my favorite in the series. A book filled with adventure, romance, and suspense. Thank you Ms. Paul!
Squire Bardon is on his way to a sabbatical and hopefully a year of peace and quiet to search himself and decide whether he will continue on to be a knight to serve Paladin and Wulder, or not. But it isn't long after he alights from his dragon, Greer, that he faces an opposition to his anticipated sabbatical. Three women, N'Rae and Granny Kye of the emerlindian race, and Jue Seeno, a creature called a minnekin, petition him to lead their quest to awaken spellbound knights. One of these sleeping knights is N'Rae's father. Bardon agrees, but this quest takes him farther than he could imagine. He travels through the land of Amara, where he and people of six other high races live. He travels on the sea and into the Northern Reach. He battles quiss, grawligs, and other creatures. Bardon meets old friends and makes new ones as he picks up more and more members in his quest.
A struggle between good and evil, light and darkness, right choices and wrong choices steer the action in this book. I recommend this book to people who like fantasy books, who like action and fights, who like dragons, and basically anyone else in the world! (Although I think it would be good to read the first two books first)