Two years after our first CSFF blog tour post, we’re again featuring the author with whom we began it all: Donita K. Paul. This time we’re spotlighting DragonLight, the fifth and last book of the DragonKeeper series.
In DragonLight, peace has reigned in Amara for five years. Kale and Bardon have been busy helping rebuild the country, and their work has flourished. Bardon, however, decides it’s time for another adventure, and Kale doesn’t want to go … but this will prove to be one of the most wondrous quests ever.
What I loved about this story: Bardon, Kale, Toopka, Regidor, Dar, Holt, Penn … oh, wait, I’m supposed to mention story elements? That might be hard without giving anything away … or without betraying my lack of objectivity where Donita’s work is concerned. 🙂 It was wonderful meeting up again with favorite characters, and the villain is one worthy of the fight–and we finally get to see the mystery of Toopka revealed and unraveled!
For allowing me to take part in this journey, my thanks to Donita, and most of all to the Lord!
Other participants in our Most Excellent Blog Tour:
* Valerie Comer
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D. G. D. Davidson
* Beth Goddard
Todd Michael Greene
* Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte
* Cheryl Russell
* Steve Trower
* Other participants in the first CSFF blog tour, June 2006, featuring Donita K. Paul’s DragonKnight.
Rebecca LuElla Miller says
Please add a star by Valerie’s name also. She was in that original book tour too. Not many of us, so I don’t know how I overlooked her name. My, how the tour has grown.
I’m just so excited that we could give Donita a full tour this time. Thanks for your part, including the behind-the-scenes administrative part. That’s what makes this tour work.
Thanks for the review, Shannon. I enjoy the characters too. The Dragonkeeper Chronicles series is a light-hearted fantasy at times, so the story is a fun read.
Shannon McNear says
Done, Becky! Thanks so much! We couldn’t do it without you, as well!
I enjoyed DragonLight so much, I can’t wait to read the previous books— and I never would have known about it if it wasn’t for the blog tour….