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DragonFire By Donita K. Paul,

  • Title: DragonFire
  • Author: Donita K. Paul
  • ISBN: 9781400072514
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three years of strife have passed since Kale and Bardon freed Paladin s knights Now, fiery dragons scorch their beautiful countryside as an evil husband and wife wizard duo battle one another for supremacy The people of Amara just want to be left alone, hoping the conflict with disappear But Paladin is dying, and Bardon and Kale now married must accept fateful assignmenThree years of strife have passed since Kale and Bardon freed Paladin s knights Now, fiery dragons scorch their beautiful countryside as an evil husband and wife wizard duo battle one another for supremacy The people of Amara just want to be left alone, hoping the conflict with disappear But Paladin is dying, and Bardon and Kale now married must accept fateful assignments if their land is to survive Will their efforts turn the tide against their adversaries They face a deadly threat and a challenging choice.Kale s responsibility is to find, hatch, and train an army of dragons, and she tackles the daunting task until she is shocked by a betrayal As the Amaran countrymen seek escape, she must search for her husband, family, and friends while organizing an underground movement to weaken the enemy But when the end draws near, Kale must choose between two dismal destinies.Prepare to experience breathtaking adventure and mind blowing fantasy as never before in this stunning addition to Donita K Paul s popular Dragon Keepers fantasy series.Book Details Format PaperbackPublication Date 7 17 2007Pages 368
    DragonFire Three years of strife have passed since Kale and Bardon freed Paladin s knights Now fiery dragons scorch their beautiful countryside as an evil husband and wife wizard duo battle one another for supr

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    1. Three years have passed since the final chapters in DragonKnight Sir Bardon, an o rant and emerlindian knight in Paladin s service, has married Kale Allerion, a wizard and Dragon Keeper When the novel starts, they are standing in the remains of a village destroyed by fire dragons, flying weapons of warfare Bardon has his hands full as he tries to prevent Kale from entering the partially destroyed inn But Kale feels the pull of her DragonKeeper talent towards the crumbling building After Bardon f [...]

    2. Again Donita K Paul amazes me with her masterpiece I thoroughly enjoyed this book along with the others The characters and events kept moving, and just like everything Donita K Paul writes it seemed hopeless Donita made me think again that all was lost, how will they ever get out of this one I would suggest this series to any young reader who loves learning about the God s character and loves a good fantasy adventure book

    3. DragonFire was a very interesting book, and a worthy continuation of the Dragon Keeper chronicles I very much enjoyed reading it, and it was actually the Dragon Keeper book I read the fastest, reading it in about three days And it made me still want to read the last book, which is always a good thing.Writing 4 5Ms Paul s writing is much the same as always, not exactly the best in physical descriptions, but quite sufficient to get the mental movie going in my head The writing does really get me t [...]

    4. REVIEW TO COME AT A LATER DATE UPON A FULL SERIES RE READ I will add as an additional side note however, for those of you who noticed that I added this to my shelf of DNF d books, I didn t DNF this one due to lack of interest I had originally read it some time ago by borrowing it from the library, and circumstances led to me not being able to finish it Since I have bought a copy of my own since, I am very eager to eventually get through this one and buy and read the fifth and final book of the s [...]

    5. I had a really hard time getting into this one I think the multiple plot lines being followed was too much and prevented either one from being well explored This book lacked the depth previous books in the series achieved and even they were not very challenging.

    6. I am really enjoying this fantasy series This one has a lot about the relationship or lack thereof between Kale and her father Plus action and adventure.

    7. Excellent series for young readers and adults alike Filled with drama and twists and turns and an excellent vocabulary Love this series

    8. Not quite as good as 3, this one felt a little like a re hash in some areas Still, my 13yo loved it, and we liked meeting Kale s dad.

    9. In DragonFire, the fourth book of the popular The Dragonkeeper Chronicles series by Donita K Paul, the story begins in a dark scenario that just gets even morbid from there The war that had begun at the end of the previous book has been going on for three years at the beginning of this volume, with the forces of the evil wizards battling the Pretender for supremacy, and laying waste to Amara in their struggles The deaths, injuries, fear, and turmoil are bad enough themselves, and have lead to s [...]

    10. It took a couple of years but I finally got around to finishing this with my wife Let me be clear upfront I really enjoy Donita K Paul s worldview, her world she s created, her characters, the morals, and even much of the writing.That said, I feel she would benefit from a ruthless editor While the first couple of books in the series felt like they had a real complete story that she d probably been mulling over for years, these ones feel like adventures just made up on the fly oh no, there s a c [...]

    11. I enjoy how Donita spreads the stories out, and has you come into the character s lives again and they ve been doing things other than adventuring, living normal lives that we don t get to see I feel like it makes them dynamic characters.Kale and Bardon do seem out of the loop, greatly so ANd Kale spends a lot of time complaining over things she can t change She also seems to rely on physical ability than her magic, which for all the hype they ve made over her wizarding ability over the course [...]

    12. This is technically the fourth book in the Dragonkeeper series, but it is the second I have read Much like the Narnia books by C.S Lewis, there is an undercurrent of spiritual idealogy in the stories And, as with Narnia, you don t have to be a religious person to enjoy them The religious underpinnings are not so overt as to take over the story They are there, but Paul does not beat you over the head with them.In this part of the story, DragonKeeper Kale Allerion is married to Sir Barton, and the [...]

    13. DragonFire begins three years after the events in DragonKnight Bardon and Kale have married and Kale, having received her part, is loath to leave her husband though he is going on his own quest The author does not indicate what Kale s parents thought, though her father went with her and her mother went with Bardon Kale and her father are both Dragon Keepers In their quest, dragons are their friends and their goal is to release dragons from their captivity under Burner Stox view spoiler Sadly, du [...]

    14. All is not well in Amara Three years have past since the events of DragonKnight, and things have changed Evil forces are terrorizing the land, and Paladin is in poor health Kale and Bardon are both in their 20 s and now married this isn t a spoiler as it s immediately known in the first chapter.I m not sure what s happening, but somehow I feel myself drifting farther away from the storyline in this series, especially here with DragonFire To me it seemed that some of the events in this book were [...]

    15. After the first 3 books of this series, I was kind of looking forward to the next one.But right now, I m still wondering about what to write for a review, cause this book had me through different emotions, from loving it, to staring at it unbelievingly I loved the relationship between Kale and Bardon, although I m a bit disappointed, that we never got to read about their wedding and life Kale s father, who gets a bigger part in this volume is a character, whom I can t decide on On the one hand [...]

    16. Review added in spring 2012.Rarely do I come back and add a review the second time I read a book I never that I can remember think less of a book after reading it the second time.3.5Well, this one I did The first time through, everything was new and exciting and stressful and tense This time, it didn t feel that way at all Donita K Paul is still a good writer and has plenty of danger and conflicts, but not enough about each conflict She skims over everything with half or a third as many words as [...]

    17. This one just didn t do it for me The cover art isn t the greatest which is highly uncharacteristic , and I didn t enjoy the story nearly as much as her other novels.We started off on the wrong foot when, on the first page, I discover that Bardon and Kale are married THERE COULD HAVE BEEN AN ENTIRE BOOK BETWEEN THREE AND FOUR Gosh, sorry, I don t usually use my caps lock key But I was quite angry And then she rubs it in my face by using the words wife and husband about fifty times in the first c [...]

    18. I couldn t put this book down until I had finished it Especially in the parts where there is a lot going on and close to the end of the book.There are two funny parts in this book I want to share I ll try to be vague on one so as to not to ruin it for every one The first one is Gilda, who is Regidor s wife They are both Meech Dragons , at one part is enjoying dinner with all the character s at Paladin s castle During at which time the Bisonbecks come and attack all of them, every one is ready to [...]

    19. Trapped in an evil spell can the knights of Paladin be rescued Before vowing his allegiance to Wulder as a knight, Bardon heads to the mountains for solitude His life is suddenly complicated by a woman and her granddaughter, N Rae, on a mission to rescue the woman s son trapped in a chamber of sleep Bardon learns that of Paladin s knights are imprisoned and suspects one of them is Dragon Keeper Kale s missing father.The secret is in their hands and hearts.The band travels north, uncertain of th [...]

    20. A great illustration of how God forgives and is always there to help when we need him the most I loved the way she showed us how both Bardon and Kale were fighting and learning along the way It of course could be hard sometimes to remember what had happened when going back and forth between the two but it helped us to see what was happening at the same time I especially liked the last half of the book once they both got into dangerous situations and were fighting the enemy They learned to rely o [...]

    21. This book was intriguing in the beginning and end but the middle was rather difficult for me to get through I love Paul and her writing, but this one was different and personally my least favorite in this series She didn t give enough details and I personally feel as though there wasn t enough emotion displayed between characters Being the fourth book in it s series, and since I enjoyed the last three, I look forward to reading the next book and see where it all ends The writing in this book was [...]

    22. In the 4th installment of the Dragon Keeper Chronicles, Kale and Bardon must battle once again to save their country, their people, and for their s and their people s faith in Wulder There are a lot of battles, a lot of loss, but through it all comes the story of hope I must say that this was the hardest book to read There are several characters that are lost to death, and even at one moment where I just needed to put the book down to cry But the theme of hope in the most hopeless situation, tha [...]

    23. This is the fourth book of the series.Kale and Bardon are married Amara is at war between Paladin s and Pretender s forces Pretender s leaders, Crim Cropper and Burner Stox are also fighting so there are three evil forces tearing Amara apart Kale and Bardon have been sequestered in The Bogs, oblivious to the plight of the rest of the country They have been busy trying to find a cure to save Gilda, and when they do, they leave on a quest to find Gilda and Regidor that puts them right in the middl [...]

    24. I have to admit when I put my first small review I had my doubts, but after finally finishing the book, I have to say I am actually pleased The book kept you turning the page You wanted to see what happen to both Bardon and Kale You felt sorrow and love There were plenty of emotions and adventures throughout the book that kept making you want True, there us a strong allegory with the book as with the whole series, but that didn t push the story away I was skeptical since allegory stories to rel [...]

    25. Three years of strife have passed since Kale and Bardon freed Paladins knights Now, fiery dragons scorch their beautiful countryside as an evil husband and wife wizard duo battle one another for supremacy The people of Amara just want to be left alone, hoping the conflict with disappear But Paladin is dying, and Bardon and Kale,now married, must accept fateful assignments if their land is to survive Will their efforts turn the tide against their adversaries They face a deadly threat, and a chall [...]

    26. There was a gap between the last book and this one which the author didn t really bring together and I would like to have read about what happened but she didn t share that The book was again a very good one and had the main character up front as well as the second main character And it was a very strong suspenseful ending The spirituality of her books seem to grow with each one which I have enjoyed This has been a good series in fact I would say one of the best series I have read I m just star [...]

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