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The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this first-ever graphic novel adaptation! Not every dragonet wants a destiny ... Clay has grown up under the mountain, chosen along with four other dragonets to fulfill a mysterious prophecy and end the war between the dragon tribes of Pyrrhia. He's not so sure about the prophecy part, but Clay can' The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this first-ever graphic novel adaptation! Not every dragonet wants a destiny ... Clay has grown up under the mountain, chosen along with four other dragonets to fulfill a mysterious prophecy and end the war between the dragon tribes of Pyrrhia. He's not so sure about the prophecy part, but Clay can't imagine not living with the other dragonets; they're his best friends. So when one of the dragonets is threatened, all five spring into action. Together, they will choose freedom over fate, leave the mountain, and fulfill their destiny -- on their own terms.The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series takes flight in this first graphic novel edition, adapted by the author with art by Mike Holmes.


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The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this first-ever graphic novel adaptation! Not every dragonet wants a destiny ... Clay has grown up under the mountain, chosen along with four other dragonets to fulfill a mysterious prophecy and end the war between the dragon tribes of Pyrrhia. He's not so sure about the prophecy part, but Clay can' The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this first-ever graphic novel adaptation! Not every dragonet wants a destiny ... Clay has grown up under the mountain, chosen along with four other dragonets to fulfill a mysterious prophecy and end the war between the dragon tribes of Pyrrhia. He's not so sure about the prophecy part, but Clay can't imagine not living with the other dragonets; they're his best friends. So when one of the dragonets is threatened, all five spring into action. Together, they will choose freedom over fate, leave the mountain, and fulfill their destiny -- on their own terms.The New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series takes flight in this first graphic novel edition, adapted by the author with art by Mike Holmes.

30 review for The Dragonet Prophecy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This is my order of favorite dragons: 1. Peril 2. Glory 3. Tsunami 4. Sunny 5. Clay 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Kestrel 12. 13. 14. Burn 15. Scarlet (I don't remember other characters and I'm thinking that maybe this list is too long.) This is my order of favorite dragons: 1. Peril 2. Glory 3. Tsunami 4. Sunny 5. Clay 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Kestrel 12. 13. 14. Burn 15. Scarlet (I don't remember other characters and I'm thinking that maybe this list is too long.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Oh my goodness. I am still recovering and I finished this book several hours ago. So? Some of us like reading a dragon graphic novel for 8-12 year olds every one and a while. Leave me alone! I can be juvenile if I want. The art in this book is so beautiful and the story moves wonderfully. No wonder I finished it in only a day. Oops. Just a few more pages turned into the whole thing. Heh heh...😬 I need the second one please!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    I can't believe this is going to be a thing but I'm so here for it I can't believe this is going to be a thing but I'm so here for it

  4. 4 out of 5

    Abby Chaput

    This book may be considered below my reading to a degree, but it was fun to read a graphic novel for once. I enjoyed re-reading this book instead of the original because even though it's in graphic novel form, you don't lose much of the story details. The skywing kingdom and glory are some of my favorite parts and people from the book. The amount of detail in the pages is amazing! This book may be considered below my reading to a degree, but it was fun to read a graphic novel for once. I enjoyed re-reading this book instead of the original because even though it's in graphic novel form, you don't lose much of the story details. The skywing kingdom and glory are some of my favorite parts and people from the book. The amount of detail in the pages is amazing!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    When I heard that there was going to be a Wings of Fire graphic novel, I counted down the days until it would come out. I mean, WOF is one of my favorite series and I love graphic novels so double yay! After my library finally got a copy of this beauty, I gobbled it up so fast! It's amazing how emotion can be put on the dragon's faces! I loved how unique the drawing style was and how rich the colors were. I spent time studying each picture (although sometimes an intense scene would cause me to ba When I heard that there was going to be a Wings of Fire graphic novel, I counted down the days until it would come out. I mean, WOF is one of my favorite series and I love graphic novels so double yay! After my library finally got a copy of this beauty, I gobbled it up so fast! It's amazing how emotion can be put on the dragon's faces! I loved how unique the drawing style was and how rich the colors were. I spent time studying each picture (although sometimes an intense scene would cause me to backtrack and study the drawings better - I read too fast!). I was a bit unsure of how the violence would be drawn. I mean, dragons aren't exactly animals of peace. And there's a WAR going on so there's bound to be some blood. I'm happy to say I didn't mind the blood and gore too much, it wasn't very realistic. And they didn't add nearly all the gory scenes from the book (such as scavengers getting their heads bitten off, gross) and I was grateful for that. XD But I love how close this graphic novel followed the plot of the novel. The storyline was super close to the novel! I haven't read the first WOF novel in a while so this helped me appreciate the main group of the first arc a lot. I thoroughly enjoyed this graphic novel and recommend it for others!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    I'm getting this book for Christmas. Can't wait to see how it turns out :) I'm getting this book for Christmas. Can't wait to see how it turns out :)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    I thought it matched the 1st novel's story line. It may not contain some of the smaller details, such as Clay hated, but somewhat liked the cold cave river and how Tsunami threw him in after every session of training. I also didn't expect that some of the dragons/dragonets looked like what they did in the graphic novel. But, overall, I didn't like it, I loved it! I thought it matched the 1st novel's story line. It may not contain some of the smaller details, such as Clay hated, but somewhat liked the cold cave river and how Tsunami threw him in after every session of training. I also didn't expect that some of the dragons/dragonets looked like what they did in the graphic novel. But, overall, I didn't like it, I loved it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    quinnley

    I am a fan of the series (I've only read the first 5 because I try and space them out for more of the books to come out, but still I love this series) I think this book was very good and it followed the storyline quite well but I am slightly disappointed with the artwork (although my friends, who also love the series, love drawing dragons, so I'm kind of judging Holmes's artwork on my friends.) On a scale from 1 to 10 the artwork (just the dragons, I think the backgrounds were very good) rates a I am a fan of the series (I've only read the first 5 because I try and space them out for more of the books to come out, but still I love this series) I think this book was very good and it followed the storyline quite well but I am slightly disappointed with the artwork (although my friends, who also love the series, love drawing dragons, so I'm kind of judging Holmes's artwork on my friends.) On a scale from 1 to 10 the artwork (just the dragons, I think the backgrounds were very good) rates a 6. Let's list off a few things that were included in this decision, 1. Queen Scarlet is UGLY!!!!!!!!! 2. I could barely look at anyone's eyes because it unnerved me that there were no pupils (excluding Tsunami, she was the only one that looked like she had pupils) 3. (Depending on my mood I can look at this one 2 ways, 1. It adds on to the gore of the series or 2. It is so disgusting that I want to puke) when Glory uses her Venom on Fjord in Queen Scarlet's arena I thought I was going to puke, because most of the time I'm a 2, I usually don't like gore, it's good to read about, not see.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Smok1125

    Polish / English [Google translator] ENGLISH [I hope that most can be understood.] I am a big fan of the Pyrrhia world (currently 3 series books). When I learned about the graphic novel, I was very excited. But later, when they showed the cover, I did not know what to do. I was convinced that the novel would be done by the same person as all the illustrations from the rest of the series, namely Joy Ang. But unfortunately, we got Mike Holmes instead. Why did it have to be him? Could not it be someone Polish / English [Google translator] ENGLISH [I hope that most can be understood.] I am a big fan of the Pyrrhia world (currently 3 series books). When I learned about the graphic novel, I was very excited. But later, when they showed the cover, I did not know what to do. I was convinced that the novel would be done by the same person as all the illustrations from the rest of the series, namely Joy Ang. But unfortunately, we got Mike Holmes instead. Why did it have to be him? Could not it be someone who does such beautiful illustrations as Joy? Due to the ugly cover I had a lot of fears about how it will look in the middle. (The first few pages can be seen on the Amazon) And unfortunately, the center looks better but it is still ugly. (Thanks Mike!) So although I saw how it looks, I decided to buy. I wrote about the look, now let's get to the rest. So how much does the novel differ from the book, how many scenes have not been shown or replaced or added. I will add that in some cases the scene is almost the whole chapter. So in turn: - Known from the Dragon's prophecy, the prologue was changed at the time of hatching of our 5 heroes. Some people can complain about it and others may like it. I like. It was really nice to see this moment. - A less important change (but still important to me) is a puppet resembling a dragon (this scene can be seen in a sample available on the Amazon). There was no such thing in the book. A small change, but ... what for? for what ? - I must admit that the stage during which the dragons play the role of queens is great. But in the book, she is interrupted by Kestrel, she does not interrupt them here. - No scene in which Clay and Tsunami talk about her glowing stripes. In the book, this scene is between jumping Clay into the underground river and getting out of the mountain with the Tsunami. - Immediately after getting out of the mountain Tsunami falls due to the broken wing, Clay saves her. In the novel, both of them normally fly and land on the ground. - Moments later they get on scavenger and queen Scarlet. In the book, the scavenger is killed but in the novel he simply escapes. - Dune - SandWings, one of the three dragonets-guards. In the book he has only three legs, in the novel all. - A moment before the Kestrel lawsuit, Clay's dream/sleep is shown. There was no sleep in the book but I must admit that it made me laugh a bit. - No scene in the arena where Tsunami and Starflight are fighting with scavengers. - No scene in which Glory "disappears" and Clay wants to look for her. More specifically, it is chapter 31. Summarizing: Content – 7/10 (The book got from me 10/10) Appearance – 3/10 I have no idea what other graphic novels look like and I do not care if it's in the middle of them. For me it is ugly as I mentioned a few times (there were some nice scenes but not enough). I would rather pay 2-3x more and get something like that - https://goo.gl/t1kULg (Prologue of the Dragon Prophecy made by IgniteTheBlaize | DeviantArt) P.S. Is only the Morrowseer reminded me of the old Godzilla? Polish Jestem wielkim fanem świata Pyrrhi (Aktualnie 3 cykle książek). Kiedy dowiedziałem się o powieści graficznej byłem bardzo podekscytowany. Ale później kiedy pokazali okładkę nie wiedziałem co zrobić. Byłem przekonany że powieść będzie robiła ta sama osoba co wszystkie ilustracje z reszty serii czyli Joy Ang. Ale zamiast niej niestety dostaliśmy Mike Holmesa. Dlaczego to musiał być on ? Nie mógł to być ktoś kto robi tak piękne ilustracje jak Joy ? Ze względu na brzydką okładkę miałem sporo obaw jak to będzie wyglądać w środku. (Kilka pierwszych stron można zobaczyć na Amazonie) I niestety środek niby wygląda lepiej ale wciąż jest brzydki. (Dzięki Mike!) Więc pomimo iż widziałem jak to wygląda jednak zdecydowałem się na zakup. Popisałem o wyglądzie to teraz przejdźmy do reszty. Czyli jak bardzo powieść różni się od książki, ile scen zostało nie pokazanych lub zastąpionych czy dodanych. Dodam jeszcze że w niektórych przypadkach sceną jest prawie cały rozdział. A więc po kolei: - Znany ze Smoczego proroctwa prolog został zmieniony na moment wyklucia się naszej 5 bohaterów. Jedni mogą na to narzekać a innym ta zmiana może się podobać. Mi się podoba. Naprawdę fajnie było zobaczyć ten moment. - Mniej ważną zmianą (ale dla mnie wciąż istotną) jest kukła do ćwiczeń przypominającą smoka (tą scence można zobaczyć w próbce dostępnej na Amazonie). Czegoś takiego w książce nie było. Niby drobna zmiana no ale.... po co ? na co ? - Muszę przyznać że scena podczas której smoczęta odgrywają królowe jest super. Ale w książce zostaje ona przerwana przez Pustułkę, tutaj im nie przerywa. - Brak sceny w której Łupek i Tsunami rozmawiają o jej święcących pasach. W książce ta scena jest pomiędzy wskoczeniem Łupka do podziemnej rzeki a wydostaniem się z góry razem z Tsunami. - Zaraz po wydostaniu się z góry Tsunami spada z powodu wybitego skrzydła, łupek ją ratuje. W powieści oboje normalnie lecą i lądują na ziemi. - Chwile później trafiają na wyskrobka i królową Czerwień. W książce wyskrobek ginie ale w powieści po prostu ucieka. - Bracham – Piaskoskrzydły, jeden z 3 strażników smocząt. W książce ma tylko 3 nogi, w powieści wszystkie. - Chwilę przed procesem Pustułki jest pokazany sen Łupka. W książce nie było snu ale muszę przyznać że troszkę mnie rozbawił. - Brak sceny na arenie w której Tsunami i Gwiezdny Lotnik walczą z wyskrobkami. - Brak sceny w której Gloria „znika” i Łupek chce jej szukać. Dokładniej mówiąc to 31 rozdział. Podsumowując: Treść - 7 (1 tomowi dałem 10/10) Wygląd - 3 Nie mam pojęcia jak wyglądają inne powieści graficzne i nie obchodzi mnie że to może jest w śród nich standard. Dla mnie to jest brzydkie jak już kilka razy wspomniałem (co prawda było kilka fajnie zrobionych scen ale mało). Wolałbym zapłacić 2-3x więcej i dostać coś takiego - https://goo.gl/t1kULg (Prolog Smoczego proroctwa wykonany przez IgniteTheBlaize | DeviantArt) P.S Czy tylko mi Wieszcz przypomina starą Godzille ?

  10. 5 out of 5

    A Reader in Time

    I absolutely love the Wings of Fire series, I’ve read every single installment and I loved every single one of them! So I was very excited to learn that they were making a graphic novel version of the series so I immediately bought all of them that are out currently and I’m just loving them! I would highly recommend reading the novel series first before reading the graphic novels because the books will explain a lot more of what happens and give you way more background and history than the graph I absolutely love the Wings of Fire series, I’ve read every single installment and I loved every single one of them! So I was very excited to learn that they were making a graphic novel version of the series so I immediately bought all of them that are out currently and I’m just loving them! I would highly recommend reading the novel series first before reading the graphic novels because the books will explain a lot more of what happens and give you way more background and history than the graphic novels do. But once you read the books, the graphic novels are so much fun and the artwork is beautiful!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sylwia

    Just as good if not better than the original! I couldn't put this graphic novel down! Seeing one of my favorite series in a new medium like this was incredible! Strongly recommend! (For more of my thoughts on the actual story, check out my review of the first book.) Just as good if not better than the original! I couldn't put this graphic novel down! Seeing one of my favorite series in a new medium like this was incredible! Strongly recommend! (For more of my thoughts on the actual story, check out my review of the first book.)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Merenwen Inglorion

    So... I didn't mean to read this enough times to land it on my "favorites" shelf (read it once to read it; read it again because it was sitting out on the table; technically read it a third time because my mom was reading it aloud to one of my siblings and I listened in :P). The story is surprisingly good, given that it's a YA novel. The characters are developed (it's weird; some of them are stereotypes--or appear to be--but when they are stereotypes, it's well-executed), the art style is unique, So... I didn't mean to read this enough times to land it on my "favorites" shelf (read it once to read it; read it again because it was sitting out on the table; technically read it a third time because my mom was reading it aloud to one of my siblings and I listened in :P). The story is surprisingly good, given that it's a YA novel. The characters are developed (it's weird; some of them are stereotypes--or appear to be--but when they are stereotypes, it's well-executed), the art style is unique, and there were a few plot developments that left me pleasantly surprised. Most of these twists were predictable--to me, at any rate; my younger siblings were blown away. However, the twists were done with an excellent combination of: foreshadowing, pacing, and keeping in character. Overall, a great read for younger kids. And, you know, those who are kids at heart, and love stories about dragons, secrets, and friendships. I know I'm looking forward to the second installment! Some content advisory: there is a war going on, and quite a few dragons die. There's some dragon gore.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    My rating is probably closer to 2 1/2 stars. I haven't read the chapter books, but I can tell that they are probably much better than this graphic novel version. The story and characters are there, but this particular fantasy style lends itself to the deeper exposition that novel-length works have. Without that deeper exposition, the characters and storyline fall flat. The illustration style was not the best match for the story; it was clunky, particularly in the panel placement, and the color c My rating is probably closer to 2 1/2 stars. I haven't read the chapter books, but I can tell that they are probably much better than this graphic novel version. The story and characters are there, but this particular fantasy style lends itself to the deeper exposition that novel-length works have. Without that deeper exposition, the characters and storyline fall flat. The illustration style was not the best match for the story; it was clunky, particularly in the panel placement, and the color choices were odd. I found it quite confusing and hard to tell characters apart. Additionally, while action stories like these have a bit of violence to be expected, it is disturbing to see it depicted in these images. It's not graphic enough to be inappropriate for some of my older readers, but it distracted me from the story more than I think it would've if I had read the chapter book version. I'm more sensitive to visual imagery, and that may play a part in my reception of the book, but it will make me think a little harder about who I hand this book to. I think current fans of this series will like the graphic novel; however, I will direct first time readers to the chapter book for a better introduction to the story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I liked this Wings of Fire series very much and have gobbled up each title as it became available. I wasn't sure that I'd like the graphic novel version of the story, but I ended up liking it quite a bit. The selected text and the illustrations allow readers to understand the dragons' personalities and how desperately those five dragonets want to move out into the world. Had one of them not been threatened by their minders, they still might have remained hidden beneath that mountain. Since this I liked this Wings of Fire series very much and have gobbled up each title as it became available. I wasn't sure that I'd like the graphic novel version of the story, but I ended up liking it quite a bit. The selected text and the illustrations allow readers to understand the dragons' personalities and how desperately those five dragonets want to move out into the world. Had one of them not been threatened by their minders, they still might have remained hidden beneath that mountain. Since this book, like the first in the series, focuses primarily on Clay, the mudwing dragon, readers have the chance to see him develop and resist his darker urges. Peril's crush on Clay is adorable but also frightening in its intensity. I particularly enjoyed the depiction of the brave but perilous escape of Clay and Tsunami and the fight scenes once the dragons have been captured and imprisoned after their brief moments of freedom. The colors are vivid, and the various panel sizes and even some full-page spreads are visually appealing and matched, to a great extent, how I imagined many of the scenes. I will look forward to the next ones. I'll always enjoy the original ones best, but I still found value in this promising series, and I would expect it to find many fans.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    This is the first book in the Wings of Fire graphic novel series; this is a reboot of the Wings of Fire series in graphic novel format and is exactly the same story as in the original Wings of Fire Book 1: The Dragonet Prophecy. It was well done and the drawing it decent. My son is a huge fan of this series, so I actually got this for him. It was fun to revisit these characters and reminisce about where everything started in this series. I don’t have a ton else to say about this book. The story i This is the first book in the Wings of Fire graphic novel series; this is a reboot of the Wings of Fire series in graphic novel format and is exactly the same story as in the original Wings of Fire Book 1: The Dragonet Prophecy. It was well done and the drawing it decent. My son is a huge fan of this series, so I actually got this for him. It was fun to revisit these characters and reminisce about where everything started in this series. I don’t have a ton else to say about this book. The story is one all Wings of Fire fans will know. The illustration is in bright full color and is decently done. It’s not the most beautiful or detailed artwork ever, but it’s easy to follow and stays true to the story. Overall this was a decent graphic novel adaption of the Wings of Fire series. If you are a big fan of the series you will probably enjoy this. If you have always wanted to read this series, and enjoy graphic novels more than full length books, this is your chance to read it. This graphic novel follows the original story well and the artwork is decent (but not great).

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Absolutely amazing. I love the art style and how it's not exactly like the lineart, I love the colors (especially seeing how Glory looks when she changes colors), I love how it's more character-oriented than the book, which was more plot-oriented, and I love the story as much as ever. Definitely a worthwhile read, but only AFTER reading the original (knowing the details of the written book help add to the appreciation of the graphic one)! Absolutely amazing. I love the art style and how it's not exactly like the lineart, I love the colors (especially seeing how Glory looks when she changes colors), I love how it's more character-oriented than the book, which was more plot-oriented, and I love the story as much as ever. Definitely a worthwhile read, but only AFTER reading the original (knowing the details of the written book help add to the appreciation of the graphic one)!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Peril was way too bright orange. She looked like a banana and the sun had a kid. It was pretty true to the actual book but they skipped some parts, like the scavengers in the arena. Some of the dragonets looked kind of odd. Scarlet was really really ugly. Morrowseer looked really mean and that was good. I feel like the artist never drew dragons before though. I feel like Clay looked like an old man or was it my imagination?

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lynn DiFerdinando

    Sometimes you're wandering around a Barnes & Noble and see dragons on the middle-grade table and have to stop and read it. Which I did. What I'm getting here is that this is basically this generation's version of Warriors, except with dragons. I like it. Sometimes you're wandering around a Barnes & Noble and see dragons on the middle-grade table and have to stop and read it. Which I did. What I'm getting here is that this is basically this generation's version of Warriors, except with dragons. I like it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Liahona Whittle

    it was ok... needed better illustrations.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Christine Fitzgerald

    I really liked the theme of friendship and courage to be something bigger than yourself. Beautiful drawings and coloring sucks you into a story full of dragons and magic!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

    I know what you’re thinking - “Shelby you’re cheating you Goodreads goal by choosing young reader graphic novels” WELL LET ME TELL YOU that is 100% true But also: with grad school and 2 jobs it’s IMPOSSIBLE to find the time to read the books I actually want to - SO. Here we are. Young reader graphic novels. AND I HAVE TO SAY - THIS ONE WAS AWESOME. It was a great, easy, quick read, the story was fantastic, the art was fantastic, and I have a love of dragons that was only fueled by this. Maybe on I know what you’re thinking - “Shelby you’re cheating you Goodreads goal by choosing young reader graphic novels” WELL LET ME TELL YOU that is 100% true But also: with grad school and 2 jobs it’s IMPOSSIBLE to find the time to read the books I actually want to - SO. Here we are. Young reader graphic novels. AND I HAVE TO SAY - THIS ONE WAS AWESOME. It was a great, easy, quick read, the story was fantastic, the art was fantastic, and I have a love of dragons that was only fueled by this. Maybe one day I will get to read the full books but honestly this was PERFECT. It filled the craving to read that I have had but did so in a timely manner with a solid conclusion (and small cliffhanger) SO I WILL TOTALLY BE READING MORE LIKE THIS.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Buddy read with Angelica <3 This is my favourite series I swear omg I love this. The Graphic Novel was really great. I loved all the cute pictures that we got when they traveled. And it's so nice to see what it all actually looks like. I mean, reading the books you have pictures in your head, but actually seeing it is so nice. This deserves to be an actual cartoon on TV. It is AMAZING. Some scenes are so savage. I remember being shocked about that when I read the books, because it's for kids. Ugh t Buddy read with Angelica <3 This is my favourite series I swear omg I love this. The Graphic Novel was really great. I loved all the cute pictures that we got when they traveled. And it's so nice to see what it all actually looks like. I mean, reading the books you have pictures in your head, but actually seeing it is so nice. This deserves to be an actual cartoon on TV. It is AMAZING. Some scenes are so savage. I remember being shocked about that when I read the books, because it's for kids. Ugh the world is so great though. And all those tribes... I love this so much. ALSO. PART 3... everything with Clay... it rips my heart out everytime... and the ending (before the epilogue, mind you) is sooooo wholesome. It is soooo heartwarming. This will be the number one series I'm going to let my kids read when I get kids. It's AMAZING.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    This book got my annoying brother to love wings of fire as much as I do, and it’s art is amazing, and so is the concept. I would definitely recommend this book to people who prefer comic books/graphic novels!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Autumn

    I thought I didn't like graphic novels...but apparently if they're based on books I've already read that changes things. I loved being able to reread this story I love without the time commitment of reading the full novel. And I loved the art style! I thought I didn't like graphic novels...but apparently if they're based on books I've already read that changes things. I loved being able to reread this story I love without the time commitment of reading the full novel. And I loved the art style!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    ARC received from publisher at ALA The Warriors graphic novels really helped me to be able to tell the cats apart, but I still had trouble with the dragons. Will look for this in a prebind.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    I think the book was really good. It was nice to see want it would look like if we were there. It was so good read the book multiple times.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emily Traasdahl

    I thought that the term Dragonets ment that the dragons were all girls so i was really confused until i found out that Dragonets just means youngish dragons. Which made me mad because I didn't find that out until the end of the book. Which knowing that would have helped me throughout the book. Otherwise tough the book was fantastic allthough i have not read the actual novel of the book i read the graphic novel first. I thought that the term Dragonets ment that the dragons were all girls so i was really confused until i found out that Dragonets just means youngish dragons. Which made me mad because I didn't find that out until the end of the book. Which knowing that would have helped me throughout the book. Otherwise tough the book was fantastic allthough i have not read the actual novel of the book i read the graphic novel first.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn

    Pretty good. Stuck to the book

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tommy

    Good

  30. 5 out of 5

    Katie Ali

    I don’t really like graphic novels but the boys LOVE them so i decided to give thjs one a go. its really pretty good. I want to read the second one and thats saying a lot.

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