A New Quest Begins In The Sequel To DragonSpellA Dragonkeeper Of Paladin, Kale Is Summoned From The Hall To The Bogs By The Wizard Fenworth To Serve As His Apprentice And Tend His Newly Hatched Meech Dragon, Regidor But Kale Isn T Going Alone The Hall Is Sending A Student To Monitor Her Performance And Report Back To The Scholars Worst Of All, It S Bardon An Older Boy Kale Finds Irritating, But Who At Least Can Hold His Own In A Sword FightNew Friendships Are ForgedMeanwhile, The Wizard Risto Has Seized Another Meech Dragon, Bringing Him Dangerously Close To Gaining The Power He Seeks So With Only A Motley Band Of Companions, Kale Sets Out On A Desperate Quest To Rescue The Second Meech, To Free Those Dragons Already Enslaved, And To Thwart Risto S Devious Plans It S Up To Kale To Lead The Search And To Embrace The Role That S Rightfully Hers But Will Her Efforts Be Enough To Save The Land Of Amara From The Dark Future That Awaits At Risto S Hands


10 thoughts on “DragonQuest

  1. says:

    This is by far my favorite book of the series Why Let me indulge you in the greatness of this book.DRAGONS There are little dragons called minor dragons which remind me of the Terrible Terrors from How to Train Your Dragon But better I mean, different colors mean different abilities Purple singing Green healing Orange laughter And so on They re adorable I want someGOOD WIZARDS All I can say is, I think Mr Gandalf in this gif is under the spell of TobyMac Just saying Anyway, when I say wizards, I mean specifically Wizard Fenworth who is my dream grandpa He is adorable And, he turns into a tree if he stays still for too long, so how is that not cool Now, I know when wizards get brought up, the automatic thought is, Harry Potter I assure you, these wizards are nothing like the Harry Potter wizards I would classify these awesomely good wizards under the Lord of the Rings wizard category DEVIOUSLY DARK AND EVIL WIZARDS Seriously, these evil wizards are bad to the core Mrs Paul can write some really awesome villains.And most importantlyA REALLY HANDSOME KNIGHT WITH BLUE EYES AND BLACK HAIR AND ABS AND MUSCLES AND SECRETS WITH A SLIGHTLY STUCK UP YET LOVEABLE ATTITUDE.Yes It is love I ship me and Bardon cough I mean Kale and Bardon Bardon s really secretive nature is really attractive I absolutely adore his character development Andyes he s perfection.Case closed.Please do yourself a favor and pick up this book It is the second book in the DragonKeeper series, so if you have not read the first book, DragonSpell, I highly recommend reading that one as well You will not be disappointed These characters will live with you forever and ever in your heart Especially Bardon


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    I ll start off by saying I enjoyed DragonQuest quite a bit than DragonSpell, the first book I could see things much clearly in this book and felt a much stronger bond to the old characters as well as the new.I think my favorite thing about this book were the new characters They really added a lot Toopka, a little doneel girl, was absolutely adorable and made me laugh many times The meech dragon, Regidor, was fascinating and a very imaginative creature I thoroughly enjoyed But my most favorite addition was Bardon He s wonderfully flawed I just love characters with secrets and inner struggle, and I can t wait to read on with his story I also loved following many of the old characters, particularly Dar and the minor dragons loved the new additions to them as well I m looking forward to seeing of Kale s growth I wasn t so sure about her in book one, but she is growing on me DragonQuest has a lot of action and interesting plot twists, and is a great sequel to the first book A perfect read for any lover of Christian fantasy such as myself I am now eagerly reading on in DragonKnight, book 3, which has already captured my interest.


  3. says:

    A Quickie ReviewThe second in Ms Paul s Dragon allegory series, this has everything that made the first one in the series great Anyone who enjoyed DragonSpell should definitely read this one The story, the writing, the fantastical worldwhat s not to like Score 4 5


  4. says:

    I liked this book even better than the first in the series The story here picks up just a couple weeks after the events of the previous book, DragonSpell Dragon Keepers Chronicles, Book 1 Since we already know the characters, the story here is able to take right off without needing to take time to introduce the reader to everything and everyone.Most of the same characters from DragonSpell are back, with the addition of several new ones as well I especially enjoyed the addition of Toopka, as she adds a bit of fun and mischief, and also Bardon, who adds a nice layer of mystery intrigue These two really added alot of life to the pages, I m hoping they will be present through out the rest of the series As I said in my review for DragonSpell, this series is not kids only People of many ages can enjoy it, there is something for just about everyone here The allegory is still present as it was in the previous book, I really like this angle as it gives you a different way to look at certain things And of course, there s lots of adventure, that seems to be a staple for this series And don t forget the dragons I ll soon be starting the next book in the series, DragonKnight Dragon Keepers Chronicles, Book 3 , and I suspect that adventure awaits


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    This series is still holding up well I m pretty sure either this or DragonKnight was my favorite in the series I can definitely tell why this one would ve been We have the beginnings of Kale and Bardon, and I think I like them even as a couple than I did before As a note on Bardon I definitely appreciate his character much than I used to His backstory has all the ingredients necessary for a Broody Hero, but instead, Bardon s just a person He doesn t brood he worries He s a perfectionist driven by desire for the approval of his mentors something I can very much relate to and who, when confronted with new information about himself and his abilities, is understandably shocked and concerned, but isn t stupid about it And, of course, I love Kale and relate to her a great deal as well, and, honestly She s the sort of female character we need of So, yeah I remember why I loved these books so much, and I still love them now Do I recognize a few issues with writing style and technical quality now as well Yes, but I can overlook those in favor of an exciting plot, engaging characters, and excellent themes.


  6. says:

    I haven t read too much fantasy But I have family members who really enjoy that genre So I bought this book on CD, read by Ellen Grafton She does a good job Though her voice sounds like a young girl, she is talented and can change it to fit the character she is speaking for The story, of course, is good vs evil The author invented some quite disgusting creatures to work for the evil wizard The young heroine must find her way, and must help the quest I started to look forward to finding out what would happen next time I got in the car to listen I also liked the positive references to what would be considered noble character, and doing the right thing So much of our world today tells us to take the easy road just to do what we want to do or what makes us feel good This book speaks of consequences The characters are interesting and likeable The descriptions of the dragons makes me wish I could see one Kale s friends are quite a collection of characters I particularly liked the old wizard who sometimes turns into a tree I want to be like him when I grow old Ha Ha There is a lot going on in this story I would recommend this tale of the land of Amara to anyone.


  7. says:

    A New Quest BeginsA dragonkeeper of Paladin, Kale is summoned from the Hall to The Bogs by the Wizard Fenworth to serve as his apprentice and tend his newly hatched meech dragon, Regidor But Kale isn t going alone The Hall is sending a student to monitor her performance and report back to the scholars Worst of all, it s Bardon an older boy Kale finds irritating, but who at least can hold his own in a sword fight New Friendships Are ForgedMeanwhile, the Wizard Risto has seized another meech dragon, bringing him dangerously close to gaining the power he seeks So with only a motley band of companions, Kale sets out on a desperate quest to rescue the second meech, to free those dragons already enslaved, and to thwart Risto s devious plans It s up to Kale to lead the search and to embrace the role that s rightfully hers But will her efforts be enough to save the land of Amara from the dark future that awaits at Risto s hands


  8. says:

    A dragonkeeper of Paladin, Kale is summoned from the Hall to The Bogs by the Wizard Fenworth to serve as his apprentice and tend his newly hatched meech dragon, Regidor But Kale isn t going alone The Hall is sending a student to monitor her performance and report back to the scholars Worst of all, it s Bardon an older boy Kale finds irritating, but who at least can hold his own in a sword fight Meanwhile, the Wizard Risto has seized another meech dragon, bringing him dangerously close to gaining the power he seeks So with only a motley band of companions, Kale sets out on a desperate quest to rescue the second meech, to free those dragons already enslaved, and to thwart Risto s devious plans It s up to Kale to lead the search and to embrace the role that s rightfully hers But will her efforts be enough to save the land of Amara from the dark future that awaits at Risto s hands


  9. says:

    Bardon is life.


  10. says:

    This is probably as far as I m going to get with the DragonKeeper Chronicles If after two books I find that I can t care any less what happens to the characters, it s going to be a waste of my time to continue with the series The good stuff I like very much how religion and magic can exist side by side in this series The wizard Fenworth for instance, corrects Kale when she called him a great powerful wizard He says there is no worth in being that He is a devoted trustworthy servant to God , as Kale would be one day The not so good stuff This is a minor complaint, but I don t like the names O rant a race of people , Wulder God , Pretender Devil Pretender, seriously Can t there be a better name I get that he pretends to be God, but still _ Major complaint the very anti climax showdowns The books endings for DragonSpell DragonQuest feel glossed over The good wizard faces the bad wizard The good wizard casts ONE spell The bad wizard dies The end This is LITERALLY how it happened in the book Lacks excitement.Ah yes, I must point out that in this book we are TOLD things instead of being SHOWN them I understand that Kale isn t actively involved in certain very important events but to be told, in dissipated manner, how the last batch of good dragons who left to join the bad side was only pretending and they re brought back many many deluded dragons yay The twist that was supposed to be exciting, I found boring And that s sad.Conclusion There are certain parts of the books that I really like A quote here, a quote there but they are kinda few and far between Like gems in a haystack I m bored with this series I want to read something else now.