Wednesday, December 31, 2014
The pillars creaked. The walls bulged. The heavy rain of the days before pressed against the swollen seams of the building. She feared the whole structure would collapse before she reached the inn’s yard. She came back into the front room. The clouds above had thinned, and a ray of sunshine broke through. One of the horses outside nickered. Kale smiled and stepped cautiously through the debris. “I found them,” she called to Bardon. “And I didn’t get into trouble.” He didn’t answer. “Bardon, I found them.” Still no answer. “Bardon?”

Book:DragonFire (Dragon Keepers Chronicles, Book 4) by Donita K. Paul, Waterbrook Press, 2007

Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
Target Audience: Girls and boys age 10+
Subjects: Trust in people and God
Summary: Kale and Bardon, who are now married, SPOILER ALERT! They must go on separate missions to defeat the pretender. Kale must learn to trust her father and to get closer to each other. Bardon must go and find Burner Stox and his minions and defeat them. They set off separately and Kale and her father get into some trouble with a thing. They find out that it is a good guy and they get even closer to Burner. Bardon starts off  by being attacked and having to leave squad members behind. Bardon, after a long while, finds more squad members and even dragon like Kale did.
Notes: This book is the 4th book in the series starting with Dragonspell. Wulder is being personified as God in the book. Paladin is being personified as Jesus in this book that Kale and Bardon have to accept. Kale is having troubles keeping a mission away from her husband since they can only mind read when together. Kale says in the beginning that they make a good team and now they have to be apart. Bardon has troubles focusing on the mission when he is always worried or thinking about Kale. He must learn to let go of the one whom he loves to focus on the others around him and keep them safe so they don’t get hurt.
Spiritual Content Recommendation Scale: 4/5
Reviewer: 4m3l14 M0rkv3

Psalm 9:10 – Those who know your name will trust in you, for you, LORD, have never forsaken those who seek you.


Sofia Marie said...

Good job for a first review! Hope you'll continue doing that. God bless!

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