Book Review:

Posted: June 8, 2011 in Uncategorized

Tipper, a young emerlindian is in charge of keeping up her family’s estate since her father (who is a sculptor by trade) disappeared.

During that time she earns her keep by selling her father’s artwork that has been produced through the years. Unfortunately three statues that she sells were the foundation of her world and it starts crumbling before her.

She comes to find out she must free her father to save the world, but she can’t do it alone.

Along the way she enlists the aid of  several strange companions:  Beccaroon, a giant parrot, Bealomondore, an aristocratic young artist, a handsome dragonkeeper prince, a Wizard by the name of Fenworth, and a librarian named Librettowit.

Along the way they learn to become trusted Servants to get to the bottom of the calamity.

This is actually the first book in the Dragons series by Donita K. Paul.  There is a third book expecting to be released in the fall of 2011.

You can read my other review of the second book here: Dragons Of The Valley

I received this copy of the  Book from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for review and it had no impact for my review.

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