A heart wrenching story that will take you to places you never thought were possible. This was the perfect ending to the series and is great for all ages. This book has so many elements that I can only scratch the surface of what it is like. To find out more just read the book and have a wonderful time, though it is recommended to start with the first book in the series.
The conclusion to Donita K. Paul's Dragon Keeper Chronicles tends to make you stay up till 3:00 AM reading. Amara is (finally) a peaceful nation under the rule of Paladin. Kale Allerion and her husband Bardon decide to, with the Meeches Regidor and Gilda, to discover the Meech Colony in the Northern Reaches to present Gilda's egg. Little did they know that they would encounter The Followers (a nasty bunch if I do say so myself) and Mot Angra, a black dragon the size of a mountain. The perfect blend of character, humor, and action, Mrs. Paul end her best-selling series with a roar.
Just like DragonFire, I bought this one right away, without beating around the bush to get it from the library to see how good it was. I just knew it'd be great. And I was right! Characters that were absent from DragonFire have returned. Some for brief glimpses, others to be a whole story line in themselves. I've mentioned in all of my reviews of the other books that they contain deep characters, deeper story lines, and messages of truth. This one surpasses all the rest with its message of truth. Far surpasses. This is a message that everybody needs to hear, and hear it soon. I cannot wait to read what Donita K. Paul writes next. I am certain that I will buy it right away.
The newest book in the series, DragonLight wraps up the previous plot strands while creating yet another adventure for all the characters. Characters grow and mature and we readers get to find out the answers to mysteries such as Toopka's past and the lost meech colony. Overall, this a well-written conclusion to the series.
One of the best conclusions to a series of all time. This story applies to both teens and adults and shows that all that glitters is not gold and the power of Christ. One of my favorite books I've read.