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  • Author: Tanya Eby,Donita K. Paul
  • ISBN: 1423392477
  • ISBN13: 978-1423392477
  • ePub: 1966 kb | FB2: 1352 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 16, 2009)
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 567
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The Vanishing Sculptor: A Novel ePub download

Donita K. Paul (Goodreads Author). Vanishing Sculptor, The: A Novel (Audio CD).

Donita K. ISBN: 1400073391 (ISBN13: 9781400073399). Published June 16th 2009 by Brilliance Audio.

The vanishing sculptor: a novel, Donita K. Paul. Appendix (People, Glossary). Donita K. Paul, The Vanishing Sculptor. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. 1st ed. p. cm. I. Title. 500. 0. Published: 2009.

Tipper’s legs surprised her by refusing to provide support. d healing on their stiff muscles. The others busied themselves with removing the saddles and rubbing down the dragons in appreciation for their cooperation. You’re better off than I am, Tipper complained. You, at least, walked over here by yourself. Bealomondore laughed at her. The prince did not insist on carrying me.

Previously released as The Vanishing Sculptor. Paul is the author of the bestselling DragonKeeper Chronicles with over a quarter of a million books in print. Библиографические данные. The Dragons of Chiril: A Novel Dragon Keepers Chronicles. Crown Publishing Group, 2011.

The Vanishing Sculptor by Donita K. Paul is like that. I began reading and liked it. As usual, I found myself happily enveloped in a vivid world full of emerlindians, tumanhofers, and dragons. Author Donita K. Paul skillfully transports you to a fantasy world populated with emerlindians, tumanhofers, speaking grand parrots, wizards, and magical librarians; where flying dragons communicate and mysterious portals whisk you across the world. Readers young and old will love journeying along with the enchanting questing party on their mission to save the world and discover a loving God. But then, just when I thought the work was beautiful, something deep within me started to tingl. nd I began to see that The Vanishing Sculptor was far more than simple entertainment or escape.

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This is basically fanart of Donita K. Paul's book, "The Vanishing Sculptor

This is basically fanart of Donita K. Paul's book, "The Vanishing Sculptor. I hadn't seen any fanart of this awesome book, so I decided to do a photo manipulation based off if it! The girl in the center is Tipper, and the parrot is her friend Beccaroon. His coloring is wrong, but I didn't want to mess up the entire picture over that minor detail.

Author: Donita K. Genres: Literature; Fiction; Status: Completed. Version 1. Part 47 Part 47 The Vanishing Sculptor Part 47.

Author Donita K. Dragons of the Watch: A Novel. Today marks the release of one of the most anticipated books of the year: Marlon James’s Black Leopard, Red Wolf, a sprawling literary fantasy and the first in a projected series. The Pirate Bride: The Daughters of the Mayflower, Book 2. Author Kathleen Y'Barbo. James is one of our best and most interesting contemporary writers, an. Literary Hub.

Tipper, a young emerlindian woman, has been responsible for the upkeep of her family’s estate since her sculptor father disappeared several years ago. To make ends meet, she’s been forced to sell off the artwork he left behind. When at last her father returns, accompanied by two strangers from a distant land, Tipper discovers that her actions have unbalanced the foundation of her world and endangered her father’s life. She must act quickly to undo the threat. But how can she save her father and the world on her own? The task is too huge for one person, so she gathers the help of some unlikely companions – including the giant parrot, Beccaroon, and the aristocratic tumanhofer, Bealomondore – and sets out on a quest, eventually witnessing the loving care and miraculous resources of Wulder. Join new characters and old friends in a fantasy that inhabits the same world as the DragonKeeper Chronicles, but in a different country and an earlier time, where the people know nothing of Wulder or Paladin.
Something original. Does not happen often in the genre of fantasy fiction. However, The Vanishing Sculptor by Donita K. Paul manages to take the idea of something old, something new to a whole new level. From the tip of a tumanhofer's tongue to the feet of an aged emerlindian's throne, this epic adventure of self-discovery simply challenges the reader to do what makes reading the best form of entertainment: use the imagination. Not since the days of my youth has a novel moved and inspired me in such a mysterious manner. At thirty-four, I became fifteen again, rediscovering emotions and excitement I had not felt since first reading books like Tolkien's The Hobbit, Richard A. Knaak's The Legend of Huma, and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.

Since those early days, many books have come and gone as I chased that ever-elusive wonder of experience. Thanks to Donita K. Paul, that wonder has returned, bottled neatly in a potion tucked somewhere in a hollow within the Wizard Fenworth's robes. Truly a book for all ages, this grand design of an epic designed by Paul manages to totally captivate, encapsulating the very essence of creative story telling.

With so many imitators of the classics, as well as followers of Harry Potter and Twilight, this fresh take on a tired genre invigorates. There are so few books that I feel compelled to pass onto my students. They dwell in the Rowling and Meyer universes, and nothing current seems to be able to break them from these authors' spells. That was until Paul's The Vanishing Sculptor. This breathtakingly brilliant novel will undoubtedly set the 8th grade imagination afire, and in a manner that is productive, positive, and full of purity. This will be the year of the Sculptor.

The message of God's love shines through the depths of each page throughout this novel, and the manner in which Donita K. Paul entwines Scripture into fiction is nothing short of phenomenal. A must read for the believer and non-believe alike, this fertile tale will surely enliven every reader with the presence of the Holy Spirit. It reaches out to the lost, and before anyone has a chance to realize it, God's message of love and salvation will take root and blossom. Truly a masterpiece in modern fiction.

With such an important edition, not just to the genre of fantasy fiction but also to the whole of fiction, this tale astonishingly leaves the reader yearning for more. I can only count the days until the release of its sequel.

-Matt Byers, author and 8th grade English teacher
OK, I'm ready for the next book in THIS series! I loved the previous Dragon series and wasn't sure I would like a 'prequel'. But "The Vanishing Sculptor" is really lovely. It is one of those books that you'd better have the time to read it all, because you won't be able to put it down. Tipper is truly a captivating heroine and I'd love to meet her mother in person! It was fun to revisit some of the people who inhabited the Dragon series. And I want a minor dragon of my own. I don't feel it is necessary to share any more of the story than you can read on the back cover; I don't appreciate reviewers who find it necessary to tell you all the good parts in their reviews! So all I will tell you is, get this book and read it for yourself. It is such a blessing to read a good fantasy story with a Christian message.
Ms. Paul never ceases to amaze me. I read her entire Dragon series, and was actually really upset that they were over, lol. I happened upon this book accidentally, while browsing Amazon one day, and ordered it immediately. I was not disappointed. Donita K. Paul has a wonderful way of allowing you to get to "know" her characters and feel like you are part of whatever journey or quest the characters are doing. There are parts that make you laugh, as well as other emotional parts that make you empathize with the characters. For those who love Fantasy, I highly recommend! She is a Christian author, which is awesome to me, but she stays away from usual cliches and metaphors and creates her own. Read it!!
The Vanishing Sculptor is one of the best books I've read in a while. I read her Dragon Keeper books, and this is a welcome addition to an already great series. I nearly cheered aloud when a certain wizard and his librarian came into the story, and laughed when they decided to take a detour to get riding dragons (prompted by the beloved wizard, of course). What a detour!
I won't go into the details, but let it be known that once you pick up this marvelous book, you won't be able to put it down!
I really enjoyed this book. I think it is a good idea to be familiar with the Dragon Keeper series before reading this book. It works as a stand alone, but I think it flowed well for me because I was familiar with most of the terms and ideas already. I definitely recommend this book and the Dragon Keeper series!
It is a very good book I enjoyed this series very much. This has been reprinted under a new title The Dragons of Chiril: A Novel so be careful they are the same book.
I'm a middle school librarian and the kids love this book as an addition to our school library.
Donita Paul keeps putting out excelling young adult fantasy. Tipper, Bealomondore, a bog wizard and his librarian must discouver why Tipper's father keeps vanishing. Great fun and an exciting adventure.
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