Three years have passed since the attack by the corrupt Realm Walkers Guild – years Cantor, Bixby and Dukmee have spent searching for Ahma, Odem and the secrets that could save their realm from a deadly invasion.Â Just when they seem close to success, however, a new surprise knocks them off track: the famed Chomountain may indeed be alive.Â And it appears their group has been chosen to rescue him from his years of imprisonment.
But when they arrive in the valley where Chomountain supposedly has been kept, they are met by a man whose only passion is fishing.Â Desperate and running out of time before the invasion begins, the three friends, along with Cantor’s dragon, Bridger, must find a way to escape the growing perils in the valley while also uncovering the answers they urgently need.
About the Author:
Donita K. Paul retired from teaching and took up the mantle of grandma. She loves her new career as author of stories her grandchildren devour. Winner of multiple awards, she lives in Colorado, enjoying friends and family, pets and beautiful scenery. Her favorite part of writing is the readers.
Donita K. Paul’s books are absolutely delightful.Â Full of creativity, an in-depth understanding of people, and a fair amount suspense (that surprisingly never leaves me feeling anxious), Two Renegade Realms had me up late turning page after page.Â I enjoyed the character’s growth, the twists and turns of the story, the incredible imagination of the author and the truth that echoed through every line of the story.Â Somehow, despite the very real evil portrayed in the book, the writing never feels dark and hope is never lost.Â (The books remind me of Narnia in that regard).Â It is rare that a middle book of a series does more than just move the story along, but this book had a great deal of resolution in its own right.Â Yes, the story continues, however, several challenges have been met and resolved along the way.Â I give the Realm Walker Series a five star rating.
I want to say a HUGE thank you to Zondervan for mailing me a copy of this book for review.
All my opinions are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.