Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Dragons of Chiril by Donita K. Paul

The Dragons of Chiril
Donita K. Paul
Published by Waterbrook Press
Source: Review Copy

A young  girl named Tipper is living all alone since her father went missing. Stumbling upon a wizard, named  Fenworth, he tells her that her father’s statues are needed to save the world. She goes on an adventure to find all three of the statues that she has sold. Along the way she learns that she has an ability to summon dragons. The dragons she summons have unique gifts of their own. She meets a man named Paladin who represents Jesus in this Christian story. She goes to the forest and meets an all-powerful deity that represents God named Walgur.  She learns a lot about trusting Walgur as we learn to trust God. Tipper learns about the importance of friendship through the relationship with the dragons and a dutiful parrot.
Page turning adventure that includes the whimsicalness of dragons, yet intertwines the truth of the Christian faith in the story. Fantastic read for adults and teens alike who are love the fantasy fiction, yet want to keep the importance of Christ in the front of their reading adventures.
This book was previously released as The Vanishing Sculptor.
I received a review copy of this book from Waterbrook Press in exchange for an honest review.

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