Our rating: *****

No sooner is Kale admitted to The Hall, when Wizard Fenworth sends word that she is needed. The meech dragon has hatched and Fenworth is completely exasperated with it. And so the adventure begins. What with Risto planning to create plenty of trouble, Kale trying to find her mother, and a rebellion of dragons, this is an extremely enjoyable book. Kale, along with Bardon, a Lehman from The Hall, has quite a task to accomplish. One that can only be accomplished with the help of Paladin.

Wow! This was definitely an “experience” book. Fenworth is great in this one. Regidor, the meech dragon, was a little different than I expected, but after a while, I wouldn’t have him any other way. Unfortunately, the mordakleeps and blimmets are back, along with a new terror: Creemoor spiders. I can’t say that I enjoy spiders, and the way the Creemoor spiders are described really gets you. If you have a problem with spiders, you probably don’t want to read that part at night. (Especially if your closet door is open!) Fortunately, I was warned beforehand and I read it during the day, on the couch. But please do read this book. It’s a great sequel to DragonSpell. Oh, by the way, Gymn and Metta get some new friends in this one! (There, now hopefully you’ll want to read it.)

5 Responses to “DragonQuest”

  1. I thought it was just as enjoyable, if not more so, than the first. Hooray for Dibl!

  2. I have not read any books but am planing to has soon has possible!

  3. You wouldn’t believe how many times I’ve read this book!

  4. is this the 2nd book in the series?

  5. Yes, Arcarast—DragonQuest is the second book in the DragonKeeper Chronicles.

    This page lists all five of them in order, if you’d like to take a look.

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