DragonSpell: A Novel

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Crown Publishing Group, May 20, 2008 - Young Adult Fiction - 352 pages
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One Dragon Egg Holds the Key to the Future.

Once 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.


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User Review  - AlaskanBookie - LibraryThing

This would be a good story for the Young Adult - Teen readers looking for a Christian Fantasy read. Although the author uses different names for the God in this book, the religious lessons are the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ignolopi - LibraryThing

I recommend this book for kids, because it has magic, dragons, eccentric wizards, and a grumbling little girl who can be pretty cute. Kale is a slave in some village until the day she finds a dragon ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
Into the Mountain
Friend or Foe?
New Friends New Enemies
Finding the Trail
Looking for Trouble
First Flight
Crossing the Valley
The Battle
Moving
Three Heads Are Not Better Than
Some Things Can Be Moved Some Cant
Which Way Out?
Standing Together
Almost There
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About the author (2008)

Donita K. Paul is a retired teacher and award-winning author. She is also engaged in mentoring writers of all ages. Her teen writing club has e-published four juvenile novels, and she conducts two writing workshops each week.


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