Two Renegade Realms by Donita K. PaulTwo Renegade Realms by Donita K. Paul

Two Renegade Realms

byDonita K. Paul

Paperback | December 23, 2014

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In book two of the Realm Walkers Series, Cantor, Bixby, and Dukmee must band together to find the storied realm walker Chomountain after the devastating attack by the corrupt Realm Walkers Guild. But what they discover while traveling turns their mission upside down and they must now find a way to restore Chomountain.

DONITA K. PAULretired 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.
Title:Two Renegade RealmsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 1.25 inPublished:December 23, 2014Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310735815

ISBN - 13:9780310735816


Rated 5 out of 5 by from PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME! As I had not read the previous novel, ONE REALM BEYOND, I had to do a little bit of research in order to get some background. Thank you to all the people who reviewed the first book on Amazon, especially Emileigh, who gave me a first-rate introduction to the characters! Having said that, TWO RENEGADE REALMS is easily a stand-alone novel, and the writing style – excuse me, the STORY-TELLING style of author Donita K. Paul – captures the entire person from the first page. One does not merely read about the events that are occurring on the pages; one becomes a member of the party, and is standing alongside Cantor, and Bixby, and all the rest as they struggle to find the answer to their various quests – and questions. In TWO RENEGADE REALMS, the Cantor party is tasked with finding the famed realm walker Chomomountain, and free him from his imprisonment. Instead, they find themselves joining in his predicament. It will take all of their gifts and abilities, as well as the grace of Primen (a cognomen, in this series, for the One True God) to succeed. I must confess to having read enough to write a review on this book, as said review is already long overdue. How much did I read, you may ask? Probably 10 pages, at best. What are my intentions? I’m going to FINISH THIS BOOK!!! The writing style, the creativity that the author brings to this work, and the desire to bring glory to God, and God alone, are evident enough, and more than enough, to enable me to write this review in this fashion. My most humble apologies to the author and Zondervan for the tardiness of this review. 5 stars for a fantasy that brings one closer to Him
Date published: 2014-12-16

Editorial Reviews

Donita K. Paul continues her fantasy series aimed at middle school readers where dragons and humans fight side by side in a battle against evil in their realms. (The first in the series, One Realm Beyond, was reviewed in the Christian Library Journal, January-February 2014.)In Two Renegade Realms, several years have passed since the attack by the corrupt Realm Walker Guild. Cantor D'Ahma and Bixby D'Mazeline have gone their own ways. During that time, Cantor has grown 15 inches in height while searching for his long-lost mentors. Meanwhile Bixby and Dukmee have been hunting for the lost Library of Lymes. The king and queen ask Cantor to find the ancient information needed by the realm. In doing so, he meets up with Bixby and Dukmee.Together, Cantor, Bixby, and Dukmee try to find the ancient Library of Lymes. They are also asked to rescue Chomountain (the legendary realm walker) from his imprisonment. Faced with the impending invasion, they must find a way to find the answers they need, both to rescue Chomountain and to fight against the intruders on the renegade realms. Though they fight valiantly, the war is not over yet.Middle school readers will enjoy this fantasy series with its excellent world-building, descriptive narrative, and endearing characters. The faith element is allegorical, and violence is appropriate where the battles take place. Readers will find themselves caught up in the antics of the dragon Bridger and his sister, as well as the idiosyncrasies of Chomountain.Recommended for public libraries and school collections. Fans of Donita Paul's earlier series and fantasy fans will not be disappointed!Carol R. Gehringer, CLJ