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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 more 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 their destination and encountering numerous perils. When they unlock the chamber, they discover a dozen knights--who cannot be awakened. The journal holding the secret to rousing them is in an unknown language. How can they find the help they need, and overcome even graver obstacles, to rescue the knights?
Return to the land of dragons and magic you discovered in Dragonspell and DragonQuest, in this finely crafted and memorable work of fantasy fiction with a core of eternal truth.
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Publication Date: 2008
Series: Dragon Keeper Chronicles
Praise for DragonKnight
"DragonKnight is a thoroughly enchanting fantasy where dragons speak, tiny mouse-like guardians protect normal-size folk, and young people search for identity. Woven through Donita K. Pauls carefully crafted world is a strong theme of love, redemption, and the sufficiency of God to see His children through all trials. The icing on this delightful cake is a surprise ending that brings tears of joy!"
Douglas Hirt, author of the Cradleland Chronicles series
"Donita K. Pauls inventiveness never ceases to amaze. Fresh ideas for new races of people and unusual creatures keep flowing from her gifted pen. In DragonKnight, we meet a few of these and rejoin old friends like Kale, Bardon, Regidor and the ever-huggable Toopka on a rollicking adventure. As always, this author has a whole bag of tricks up her sleeveunexpected plot twists, heart-tugging relationships, and captivating characters. Classic is written all over this series."
Jill Elizabeth Nelson, author of Reluctant Burglar
"DragonKnight swept me into the exciting exploits of Bardon and his loyal friends. The inventive and richly compelling characters quickly drew me into their lives and into a fast-paced fantasy adventure."
Faye Spieker, playwright and author of ministry tools for children
"Charming characters in a colorful make-believe world full of beauty and danger. Classic good against evil with wonderful spiritual truths layered throughout and enough twists to keep the reader engaged from first page to last."
Sandra D. Moore, Director, American Christian Fiction Writers Association
"Donita K. Pauls new novel examples the skillful weaving of a fantasy story with strong moral lessons and spiritual insights. Throughout her series, Paul has created fascinating characters who battle powerful enemies and learn what it means to live life in the process. As a result, DragonKnight is both fun and important reading. Young readers will love the actionand readers of all ages will appreciate the insights."
Paul Moede, co-Author, Good News About Your Strong Willed Child
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Elijah Duval5 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful!February 23, 2011Elijah DuvalQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is an amazing book! It reveals the character of the mysterious Bardon and his Solitude as a knight of wulder. Kale is being trained by the wizard Fenworth, but evil is always surrounding. Bardon finds himself on a quest to rescue a mysterious emralindian's son who is frozen in sleep. But bardon soon learns that more knights are trapped in stone. Can they rescue them before time runs out?
Andrew4 Stars Out Of 5May 30, 2010AndrewIn the third installment of The Dragon Keeper Chronicles, the story is now told by Bardon, a knight in training who you met in DragonQuest. I didn't enjoy this book quite as well as the previous two as I was always anxiously waiting to hear from Kale, and when I got to her part, she only was telling the story every other chapter. Also, I continue to have a problem with the author's vocabulary, as she constantly uses "chortle" to replace "laugh" or "giggle". Despite these problems, the story itself was very enjoyable and introduced some interesting characters/species. I look forward to reading DragonFire and hope it to have more scenes with Kale in it.
abbie4 Stars Out Of 5December 9, 2009abbieIn Dragonknight Baron go's to contemplate be for he makes the big decision of, pledging allegiance to Wulder as a knight. While he thinks he will enjoy peace and quite while he contemplates, those thoughts don't last long. Because he meets a girl NRae and her mother....................which leads to a quest!! Great book, try reading it!
Anne Marie Morin5 Stars Out Of 5August 30, 2009Anne Marie MorinI am a 13 year old girl; it is hard to find good books right now. One day my mom went to the library and got dragon spell for our trip. My whole family loves these books. I can't read right, I have reading problems. So reading books is hard for me but when I have a great Christian book full of wonder and aw, I try to read it. It may be hard but I still try. The last book i read was DragonKnight. This book is so great words can't tell how I fell about it! It is like the book zapped me in and I could talk to the people in the book. I could tell how Bardon felt at times. It is a book full of magic. (I know magic dont exist!)
PaisCharosForest, VAAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5October 13, 2008PaisCharosForest, VAAge: 25-34Gender: femaleIn this edition of the DragonKeeper Chronicles, you follow Bardon instead of Kale, as he becomes a knight of Paladin, and is sent on yet another quest with his friend Kale. Will they find their parents this time? Will they find something else as well? Read to find out!