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Dragons of the Valley

A Novel

Donita K. Paul

About Dragons of the Valley

War threatens the peaceful land of Chiril… can one painter-turned-reluctant-swordsman really help?
 

With an invasion of her country imminent, Tipper Schope is drawn into a mission to keep three important statues from falling into the enemy’s clutches. Her friend, the artist Bealomondore, helps her execute the plan, and along the way he learns to brandish a sword rather than a paintbrush. 

As odd disappearances and a rash of volatile behavior sweep Chiril, no one is safe. A terrible danger has made his vicious presence known: The Grawl, a hunter unlike any creature encountered before. 

To restore their country, Tipper, Bealomondore, and their party must hide the statues in the Valley of the Dragons and find a way to defeat the invading army. When it falls to the artistic Bealomondore to wield his sword as powerfully and naturally as a paintbrush, will he answer Wulder’s call for a champion?

About Donita K. Paul

Donita K. Paul is the author of The Dragons of Chiril, Dragons of the Valley, and the bestselling DragonKeeper Chronicles with more than a quarter of a million books in print. She enjoys cooking, beading, stamping, knitting, and her grandsons. Not necessarily in that order. Visit her website at DonitaKPaul.com.

Product Details

384 pages | Published by WaterBrook

On Sale Date: Sep 21, 2010

Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/4

Carton Quantity: 24

Sneak Peek

Getting to the valley of the dragons may be their most challenging quest ever.

Download and read the first two chapters of  Dragons of the Valley by Donita K. Paul.

Tipper and her friend, the reluctant hero Bealomondore, must smuggle three powerful statues away from an invading enemy in hopes that their land will be restored. Will they make it to the Valley of the Dragons before it is too late?

Download and read the first two chapters of  Dragons of the Valley by Donita K. Paul.

By Wendy Buxton

Dragons of the Valley by Donitta K. Paul is a contemporary Christian fiction book. It is the second book in a trilogy. Dragons of the Valley takes you through another world in the country of Chiril. Some unlikely friends band together to save their beloved country from war by hiding statues, Trio of elements, from the invading enemy. Among the unlikely friends are a princess, a wizard, an artist, a prophet of Wulder, two Kimens (a race...

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By D.J. Benjamin

The peaceful land of Chiril is thrust into war as it faces an invasion. Lead by Tipper Schope and her artist friend Bealomondore, the county of Chiril must defend itself and protect three important statues from the enemy. Using the voice of Wulder, Donita K. Paul intersperses biblical truths throughout her exciting tale. Fans of C.S. Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia will definitely enjoy this work of Christian fantasy fiction. Since the...

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By Jess P.

The Story: In this story, the second in a series by Donita K. Paul, we once again follow Tipper Schope, Paladin, and Bealomondore as they desperately seek a place to hide the three statues. Separate these statues are meaningless.... but together, they hold enough power to destroy the world. As the three friends journey they learn many things. Bealomondore learns to wield his sword as well as his paintbrush and he has to come to grips...

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By Tiffanie Birrell

Dragons of the Valley by Donita K. Paul is a great Christian allegory. Tipper Schope is sent on a mission to keep the statues from falling into enemy hands. These aren't just ordinary statues, though. If these statues get separated not only will Tipper's father shatter, but also the morale of the country. Last time they got separated, the land itself separated and caused a huge chasm. The artist Bealomondore (say that five times fast) is...

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By Dallas Claypool

This was a great fun book to read! Chiril is a peaceful place but it is being threatened by war. It is up to two friends , Tipper and Bealomondore along with dragons assigned to them, to carry out a mission of hiding three important statues. It is up to them to defeat the army. As they work together, you see their bond grow deeper as they have to go outside of their comfort zones. Bealomondore, an artist, has to learn to use a sword...

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