Friday Book Review

“Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy” By: Tui T. Sutherland

(Image from Amazon, Clay the Mudwing soaring over a lake)

Director’s Note:

It is most likely no surprise to anyone who has talked with me for more than five seconds that I am obsessed with dragons. Sutherland’s book series is an entire world of dragons! I have read the series many times over and many times again, getting caught up in the thrilling world of Pyrrhia, home of the dragons. There are over 15 books in this series, all of them from an individual dragon’s perspective as the story progresses in their world.

The Review:

The first book follows the character of Clay, as strong and loyal friend, as he and the four other dragonets of destiny try and figure out how to save the world from the terrible war that has raged for twenty years. But saving the world is not as easy as it seems, especially when the five dragonets leave their hidden cave and enter the terrifying world of dragons at war. Once you start this book, you will be turning pages faster than a soaring Skywing! May these story fill you with the power of wings of fire. Happy reading young dragonets.

(Image from the wings of fire fandom/wiki, image of the Dragonet Prophecy)

About Curtis Decker

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