August 28, 2015

Wings of Fire

The Dragonet Prophecy by Tui T. Sutherland 
reviewed by Josh 

Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy is an enthralling fantasy. The idea of having multiple dragon types is very smart and only adds to the book. I liked this book because it was not only well written, but was a story that incorporated a riveting plot. I also liked this story because it incorporated specialized dragons. For example, MudWings can breathe fire. I also enjoyed the very well described battles. I would recommend this for casual readers and serious readers. This is because it is both an easy reading format and can have a deeper meaning if you really understand it.

The Hidden Kingdom by Tui T. Sutherland 
reviewed by Josh 

The book Wings of Fire: The Hidden Kingdom is the tragedy of this series. Some of the RainWings got kidnapped to be used for testing purposes. I think that this was still a great book, because of how all of the personalities helped shape the plot. For example, Glory doesn't like people who take a job with a lot of responsibility and they ignore that responsibility. I would suggest that you read the whole series in order.

The Dark Secret by Tui T. Sutherland 
reviewed by Josh 

Wings of Fire: The Dark Secret is a great book. It shows that both people and dragons will do anything when it comes to their well being. I liked this book because it shows that if you are a jerk, your bad behavior will harm you in the end. This book also shows how some people don't know that what they are doing is cruel, because they have never been introduced to the real world. Last but not least, I liked this book because it shows that you shouldn't try to obtain things by force. Instead, try to make a compromise.

Librarian's Notes: Did you know that Tui T. Sutherland is one of the "Erin Hunters" Her Warriors books include Secrets of the Clans; Code of the Clans; Battles of the Clans

Sutherland (is that her real name?) uses a number of pseudonymns. These include Heather Williams, Rob Kidd, and Tamara Summers. She shares "Eva Gray" with a number of other authors.

Her Dragonet series in order:
The Dragonet Prophecy
The Lost Heir
The Hidden Kingdom
The Dark Secret
The Brightest Night
Moon Rising
Winter Turning
Escaping Peril

Map of Pyrrhia and some general comments
Scholastic's Wings of Fire site

Posted by library at August 28, 2015 04:46 PM
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