Friday, April 4, 2008

DragonSpell by Donita K Paul: a review

I just realized this is my 101th post!! (It is -th, isn't it?? Oh well...)

Coming soon is a blog tour for Donita K. Paul's DragonLight, the fifth of the DragonKeeper Chornicles (DragonSpell, DragonQuest, DragonKnight, DragonFire and coming in 74 days to bookshelves DragonLight). In preparation, I'm making sure that I have read the four prequels first! (I'll then let you know if it does stand alone, or rely better with the others read too...) So, today I have finished reading DragonSpell. I started this and read it during my move, so I did not get to read it all through as fast as I would like, but each time I went back to it, it pulled me right back into the adventure.
This book kept me giggling and curious for more. With 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 what she is made of, whether it is more or less than what she thought you'll have to read it and see. This book is a great adventure, literally for all ages!


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