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DRAGONKNIGHT
by Donita K. Paul

Genre: Inspirational, Fantasy

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Squire Bardon must decide if he wants to be a knight, but before he does, he helps a young girl, N'Rae, find her father.
Their little group -- Bardon, his dragon, N'Rae, her grandmother and her protector, Jue Seeno -- encounter many unique adventures, races and animal species before reaching their destination. Does Bardon possess the skills necessary to rescue N'Rae's father?

Paul creates a world as natural to
the reader as Earth in this moderately paced fantasy. A little short on urgency but long on imagination and humor,
this is a story for all. Characters from
the first two books in the DragonKeeper Chronicles make appearances, but Paul introduces them with ease. (Jun., 416
pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: WaterBrook

Published: June 2006

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