[PDF] ↠ DragonSpell (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #1) Author Donita K. Paul – Chainnews.us

DragonSpell (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #1) One Dragon Egg Holds The Key To The FutureOnce A Slave, Kale Is Given The Unexpected Opportunity To Become A Servant To Paladin Yet This Young Girl Has Much To Learn About The Difference Between Slavery And Service A Desperate Search Begins A Small Band Of Paladin S Servants Rescue Kale From Danger But Turn Her From Her Destination The Hall, Where She Was To Be Trained Feeling Afraid And Unprepared, Kale Embarks On A Perilous Quest To Find The Meech Dragon Egg Stolen By The Foul Wizard Risto First, She And Her Comrades Must Find Wizard Fenworth But Their Journey Is Threatened When A Key Member Of The Party Is Captured, Leaving The Remaining Companions To Find Fenworth, Attempt An Impossible Rescue, And Recover The Egg Whose True Value They Have Not Begun To Suspect Weaving Together Memorable Characters, Daring Adventure, And A Core Of Eternal Truth, Dragonspell Is A Finely Crafted And Welcome Addition To The Corpus Of Fantasy Fiction

[PDF] ↠ DragonSpell (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #1)  Author Donita K. Paul – Chainnews.us
  • Paperback
  • 339 pages
  • DragonSpell (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #1)
  • Donita K. Paul
  • English
  • 20 February 2017
  • 1578568234

10 thoughts on “DragonSpell (DragonKeeper Chronicles, #1)


  1. says:

    I would sort this book under Christian Fantasy I have read 3 of the 4 books and each one gets better as you becomeinvolved in the lives of the characters I really like this book for middle school age children because it is so hard to find good wholesome books for this age any My 12 years o...


  2. says:

    Re Read Review Ah I no longer had the delight of discovering a new world, but this time, I got to visit with an old friend I accidentally ordered a rather battered copy of this book but that gave me the freedom to write in it, use highlighter and put sheaf s of paper in it I had planned to buy a beauty copy as well, but this already well loved volume is growing on me Having all these notes in it makes the copier dearer As for the re read itself It was still amazing, enriching, beautif Re Read Review Ah I no lon...


  3. says:

    This is a pretty bad book, and not worth reading at all unless you re a Christian Basically, it s Dragonlance Evangelical worldview ANY in group tension That would be, take away Raistlin Majere and make Tanis not a half elf Instead, give all the uber nice NPCs in Dragons of Autumn Twilight their own book It s the Dragonlance that the Bible Belt can put its seal of approval on And they did, if you look at the awards this has won I guess you could argue that there s some tension r This is a pretty bad book, and not...


  4. says:

    I really really wanted to like this book I am a huge fan of Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, and the Peter and the Starcatchers series I do enjoy Young Adult Children s fiction occasionally So when the opportunity arose to read Dragonspell and review this for Waterbrook Multnomah s Blogging for Books program, I was really excited Unfortunately, it was short lived I just couldn t get past the first three chapters I really can t put my fin I really really wanted to like this book I am a huge fan of Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, and the Peter and the Starcatchers series I do enjoy Young Adult Children s fiction occasionally So when the opportunity arose to read Dragonspell and review this for Waterbrook Multnomah s Blogging for Books program, I was really excited Unfortunately, it was short lived I just couldn t get past the first three chapters I really can t put my finger on what was wrong with the book It wasn t the Christian fiction aspect as other reviewers have mentioned this book was originally published in 2005 I think the Character and Other World build up was a big part of the problem There were just too many things to try to remember Trying to read through it was just incredibly distracting.In an effort to be fair to the book, I ha...


  5. says:

    After a lifetime of slavery, fourteen year old Kale is set free She travels to The Hall in Vendela where she will receive her training as a servant Before she can reach her destination, ogres attack her She escapes into a cave where she finds seven small dragon eggs When she comes back outside, she is rescued by Paladin servants They inform her that Paladin has given her a gift, the ability to find dragon eggs, and persuade her to leave her journey to The Hall for another quest find a miss After a lifetime of slavery, fourteen year old Kale is set free She travels to The Hall in Vendela where she will receive her training as a servant Before she can reach her destination, ogres attack her She escapes into a cave where she finds seven small dragon eggs When she comes back outside, she is rescued by Paladin servants They inform her that Paladin has given her a gift, the ability to find dragon eggs, and persuade her to ...


  6. says:

    Dragonspell, the first in a 4 book series, is an easy, fun and exciting read A delightful allegory of what it means to be a follower of God, well written as a story of challenge and conquest as a young girl, raised as a slave, learns to find her stength in her relationship with Paladin She discovers her gift of finding dragon eggs and is drawn to find a large clutch, as well as using the talent to find the rare Meech Dragon egg, and rescue it from the evil Wizard who tries to obtain the power Dragonspell, the first in a 4 book series, is an easy, fun and exciting read A delightful allegory of what it means to be a follower of God, well written as a story of challenge and conquest as a young girl,...


  7. says:

    This novel is one of the most imaginative Christian fiction novels that I have read since The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe I have spoken to the author over the phone and she was very helpful, humble, and kind I would recommend this bo...


  8. says:

    Dragonspell is a good book, but it was actually the first book I ve read with my eyeballs this year that I struggled to get through I specify read with my eyeballs because I m not counting the two audiobooks I listened to this year that were also difficult to get through It is also a book I think I would have liked better when I was younger This is why I m giving it 4 stars instead of 5.I liked the book in general The characters were wonderful Dar and Fenworth were my favorites 3 , Dragonspell is a good book, but it was actually the first book I ve read with my eyeballs this year that I struggled to get through I specify read with my eyeballs because I m not counting the two audiobooks I listened to this year that were also difficult to get through It is also a book I think I would have liked better when I was younger This is why I m giving it 4 stars instead of 5.I liked the book in general The characters were wonderful Dar and Fenworth were my favorites 3 , the world and invented fantastical creatures were interesting, and I appreciated the allegorical elements, though they may have been a little simplistic I think the main problems I had were, A the pacing and, B The writing itself There are some parts that really dragged I m normally not one to skim when I read but I found myself skimming several parts that just went on longer than they needed to and weren t that interesting This was especially a problem at the very beginn...


  9. says:

    This book kept me giggling and curious forWith a full combination of Dumbledore and Gandolf, with Jesus and God the Father, as well as the Fellowship of the Ring, and flashes of the Shadow of Evil plot in mind this book is a wonderful original that is reminiscent of many wonderful things that takes you to no place like you have ever been Kale is a simple o rant girl who does not think too highly of herself This is a story where Paladin comes to her in ways unimagined and shows her wh This book kept me giggling and curious forWith a full combination of Dumbledore and Gandolf, with Jesus and God the Father, as well as the Fellowship of the Ring, and flashes of the Shadow of Evil plot in mind this book is a wonderful original that is reminiscent of many wonderful things that takes you to no place like you have ever been Kale is a simple o rant girl who does not think too highly of herself This is a sto...


  10. says:

    Afterthan a week I m still barely halfway through I m throwing in the towel The plot is not engaging thanks to a massive detour before we even get into the meat of the quest, the writing is bland and can t handle emotions so character development pops right the fuck out of nowhere and just gets summarized, and the overt religious bits are annoyingly preachy Plus, while the worldbuilding has potential, it s not displayed well enough to get into It s just a string of interesting details Afterthan a week I m still barely halfway through I m throwing in the towel The plot is not engaging thanks to a massive detour before we even get into the meat of the quest, the writing is bland and can t handle emotions so character development pops right the fuck out of nowhere and just gets summarized, and the overt religious bits are annoyingly preac...

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