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Darkness of Dragons (Wings of Fire, Book 10) Kindle Edition
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Praise for The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, Book 2): "[A] perfect adventure for young fantasy fans to sink their teeth into." -- School Library JournalPraise for The Dragonet Prophecy (Wings of Fire, Book 1):"Dramatic battle scenes, double-crosses, and one seriously deranged queen makes WINGS OF FIRE a series that should have broad appeal for middle-grade fantasy fans." -- Booklist"Fast-paced and detailed, this first installment in a new adventure series is entertaining." -- Kirkus Reviews"Readers of all ages will be enchanted by the humanistic storyline and the page-turning excitement." -- Library Media Connection"A thrilling new series for dragon-lovers." -- Austin Family --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B01N1MBJWB
- Publisher : Scholastic Press; Illustrated edition (July 25, 2017)
- Publication date : July 25, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 29018 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 323 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #24,458 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Written by a ten year old boy
This book centers around Qibli; the dragon who had a rough childhood and desperately wants animus magic. With most of the dragons enchanted to follow Darkstalker, Qibli is one of the few who can stop Darkstalker. Qibli uses his wits and intelligence (along with some magic objects from Turtle) to break Darkstalker’s enchantment on the other dragons and stop Darkstalker from taking over the world.
We learn a lot about Qibli’s past and there is a lot about his birth family as well. As with previous books there is a lot in here about using power responsibly and about the importance of friendship. Additionally Qibli realizes that even though his birth family is pretty horrible, he can create himself a new family out of the friends and dragons who support and love him.
I always think the topics and events covered in this series are a bit advanced for middle grade readers. However my son (who is 10 now) has been reading these books since he was seven or so and really loves them. These books are fun, interesting, and engaging. They also provide some food for thought.
Overall this was a fantastic continuation of the Wings of Fire series. I really loved how the Darkstalker storyline was wrapped up. These books are always easy to read, engaging, and well written. I would definitely recommend to middle grade and older readers who love dragons, adventure, war, and magic.
If there happens to BE a next book, ( of which I am hearing soepeople say they loved the " series finale" and some writing they are eager for the next ( or five? ) books) I hope the narrater will be for Moon or Kinkajou. Honestly, this book was fanominally breathtaking, but Moon Rising was my second, due to character perspective and events. I love it when authors give you a hint or a detail beforehand in the book that presently seems dirley insignificant and turns out to carral all the story and make you bubble with anticipation and think WHY DIDN'T I NOTICE THAT.
Meanwhile, Kinkajou is a ferociously wonderful butterfly of loyalty, a well- formed character who can only be described as teeming with strong joy that is only given to her - nope. Her joy is given to her friends AND all those aroud her, whether they like it or not, no matter how adorably annoying she may be. She is above and beyond the dictionary description of lovable. It would be equally fascinating to see the Jade Winglet's next adventure through her eyes.
And then there is Clay. He started off this series, so why shouldn't he finnish it? ( Not that the next book should be the last one. It better not. )
Finally there is " The Legends " . I strongly believe and suggest that there be at the least one more Legend book, regardless of what dragonly tale and\ or secrets it behold.
One more thing: enemies. Exquisite. Darkstalker could be both loathed and empathised, and often an unstable combination of both. But by far my favorite villan was Queen Scarlet. A refreshingly evil female; powerful, clever, and you couln' t think she was good. Never. True, Darkstlker was a great nemesis, a simply ( almost ) indestructible challenge, but no one was as thirsty as Queen Scarlet. Revenge- wise, power- wise, and blood-wise. I know spreading out the evil amoung characters is good, but have a truly COMMON enemy.
P.S. : These books are plain amazing. Once diving in, there' s no diving out from Sutherland's WONDERFUL series brimmed with action, color, betrayal, love and