Lost in the Caverns Releases Today!

Lost in the Caverns, the third installment of The Dream Keeper Saga, releases today!

In other news, I’m thrilled to announce that The Dragon and the Stone received an award of merit from Christianity Today, and that The Prince and the Blight is a finalist for the ECPA Christian Book Awards in the Youth Literature category!

Thank you to all who’ve encouraged me during my endless scribblings — and especially to the families and kids who’ve taken them up and read. Book 4, The Quest for the Guardians, will release in March 2024, with the final book, The Last Keeper, following thereafter.

The saga continues. All glory be to Him!

Praise for Lost in the Caverns:

“I want to know Pax. With each book he becomes more compelling, and with him, the whole saga. Some series begin with their best tale, then try to muster up sequels. The Dream Keeper Saga gets better with each book. Kathryn Butler wins our trust with her characters, engaging turns, and deeply Christian themes. I’m excited to add the Dream Keeper Saga to our family canon.”
David Mathis, Senior Teacher and Executive Editor, desiringGod.org; Pastor, Cities Church, Saint Paul, Minnesota; author, Habits of Grace

“Two of my favorite things about the Dream Keeper Saga are the character Pax and the almost Mad-Libs-esque imaginative flow, appropriate (even necessary) to a world redeemed from humanity’s collective dreams.”
James D. Witmer, author, A Year in the Big Old GardenBeside the Pond, and The Strange New Dog

“When was the last time you got lost in a good story? The last time you felt yourself throw off the day’s troubles and sink into a tale for the ages? The wait is over. Kathryn Butler’s beautiful book Lost in the Caverns will draw you in and hold you close. The best news is that it will point your young reader to the greatest story ever told, the redemption story. Prepare to be captivated!”
Erin Davis, author; podcaster; mother of four

“Faith, purpose, friendship, and hope. These themes and more draw young readers into a world where dreams come to life. Lost in the Caverns adds detail and depth as it carries the saga along with its readers.”
Gloria Furman, author, Labor with Hope and A Tale of Two Kings

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Jeanne says:

    Hooray! I am so happy for you.

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    1. Katie Butler says:

      Thanks so much Jeanne!

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  2. Congratulations! It looks so exciting, and I can’t wait to check it out 🙂

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    1. Katie Butler says:

      Thanks so much Lillian!

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  3. Noln says:

    YESSSSSS I can’t wait to read it! also can’t wait for thr forth! and the fifth! Lord willing they be released.

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  4. Noln says:

    Oh and I will win a game of chess for you right now, tonight, just because, so don’t ask why.

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  5. Noln says:

    Oh and by the way, I won that chess game! Honestly it was the easyest game of my life it was also vs the computer so yeah so uh have a good life uh I’ll uh see ya whenever I comment again so uh yeah bye.

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