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DragonLight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2008

    Dragonlight

    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.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2008

    A great ending!

    This was a great ending to the Dragonkeeper Chronicles. I was kind of dissapointed that it was ending, but I can't wait for the new series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2014

    Dragonlight

    Like all the other books in this series, Dragonlight is entertaining. It was rather predictable in my opinion, but then again, everything is predictable to me. I enjoyed this book, but it would have been better if the battles weren't so short. Just like every other book in this series, the battle is very short-lived. Most battles last for about 3 pages and when they end, I'm just staring at the page and thinking, "That was stupid." They end so quickly and sometimes in ways that don't spark my imagination. I love all books with dragons, but this would have been better if there was more action and adventure and less romance. I liked this book, it was just a bit slow at times for me and it took forever to get around to an event that I predicted at the beginning of the book. Took some interest out of the book. All in all, it was a good book, I'm just a picky reader.

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