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The #1 New York Times bestselling series is hotter than ever, and this thrilling conclusion to the Lost Continent Prophecy arc is a must-read! In the last installment of the third arc of the Wings of Fire series, tensions are higher than ever as we prepare for a fight for the survival of all dragonkind!


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The #1 New York Times bestselling series is hotter than ever, and this thrilling conclusion to the Lost Continent Prophecy arc is a must-read! In the last installment of the third arc of the Wings of Fire series, tensions are higher than ever as we prepare for a fight for the survival of all dragonkind!

30 review for The Flames of Hope

  1. 4 out of 5

    Loang

    Rating: 4 out of 10 If I close my eyes and concentrate very hard, I can almost believe this was just a late April Fools’ joke and the actual book is going to come out any day now. What a disappointment. If you want to enjoy this book, I’d say just don’t go with any expectations whatsoever. Because all those things you think are going to happen and are so excited about? Nah. They just don’t. The thing about this book is that nothing that does happen in it is necessarily bad, it’s what doesn’t happe Rating: 4 out of 10 If I close my eyes and concentrate very hard, I can almost believe this was just a late April Fools’ joke and the actual book is going to come out any day now. What a disappointment. If you want to enjoy this book, I’d say just don’t go with any expectations whatsoever. Because all those things you think are going to happen and are so excited about? Nah. They just don’t. The thing about this book is that nothing that does happen in it is necessarily bad, it’s what doesn’t happen that bothers me so much. Blue is almost nonexistent in this book, Luna doesn’t use her flamesilk for anything more useful than making lights, and worst of all, there’s no big battle at the end! (there is a battle, but it happens pretty much off-screen and doesn’t last that much). It’s all just too easy! It wasn’t all bad, though. I enjoyed the bits about the Scorching, some of the new characters (love you Dusky), the friendship between Luna and Cricket, etc. The overall idea for the book was good: it just wasn’t right for the ending of this arc. And I think that’s my main problem with The Flames of Hope: it’s not a bad story, but it is a bad conclusion. It doesn’t tie up any loose ends and at times it just pretends that previous books or characters never existed or had any relevance at all. For example, while Freedom’s (who was just recently introduced) character arc was great, Wasp (who was the main villain for the first half of the arc) didn’t even have a proper ending to her character (she was literally just sent to jail. Offscreen. It still hurts to think about). This arc was decidedly the messiest Wings of Fire’s ever had. The first three books established a clear plot, villain, and objective, but then the fourth one came out and it seemed like one very long spin-off. I enjoyed it, though, despite the fact that I knew it would only further complicate things for the arc going forward. And turns out I was right! ‘Losing’ that book really took a toll on the overall arc quality; the ending was rushed and did a terrible job at closing any previous plots. And now here’s the part where, despite everything I’ve talked about, I explain how excited I am for the next arc anyway. Because I can’t stop myself. But really, this is just Darkness of Dragons all over again. All I can hope for is that these disappointing arc endings don’t end up becoming a habit.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie Hutchings

    "The sky was full of dragons." Give me a minute while I go scream into a pillow. Okay, I'm back now. I am so sad. So sad. But everything's fine. It's fine. It's not like I've lived vicariously through these fictional dragons for the last seven years of my life. Hah. This book was just really good. All of the classic Wings of Fire elements were there for me. Did I think it lived up to my other favorite Wings of Fire books? No. Nothing can beat Moon Rising, Darkness of Dragons, or Darkstalker. T "The sky was full of dragons." Give me a minute while I go scream into a pillow. Okay, I'm back now. I am so sad. So sad. But everything's fine. It's fine. It's not like I've lived vicariously through these fictional dragons for the last seven years of my life. Hah. This book was just really good. All of the classic Wings of Fire elements were there for me. Did I think it lived up to my other favorite Wings of Fire books? No. Nothing can beat Moon Rising, Darkness of Dragons, or Darkstalker. This was like 2nd tier WoF book. The Dangerous Gift was a massive fluff book before this, and it was sooooo worth it though. I would say that this book is a really solid Wings of Fire book, but not a great Wings of Fire conclusion. I personally would rather Sutherland merge books 14 (the fluff book) and 15, then give us one of her real conclusion novels like The Brightest Night and Darkness of Dragons. I would have really like to see more plotline merging and epic battle royale like from her other books. Between the book right before this and the conclusion of the previous arc, I think it's safe to say that one of Sutherland's greatest and most prominent theme was empathy. At the end of Arc 1, Tui created such an action-packed, adventure-filled series about inherently violent creatures. In Arc 2 she took it a step further and created intertribal connections that dove her readers deeper into the world of Pyrrhia. With book 11, she gave us a new continent with new dragons, and deeper concepts. (I mean, how many children's fantasy books tackle slavery?) And with the final book of the Wings of Fire Saga, she wrapped up her incredibly complex worlds with 330 pages in promoting peace, love, and empathy. Luna was the perfect protagonist to end this series on. It felt only fitting. She was one of the first rebellious Silkwings we got to know (RIP I still wish Swordtail got a POV), and the last to share her moments with us. The whole middle part of the book was just so fascinating and well executed, and the ending was lovely. I just wanted a longer epilogue like book 10, Darkness of Dragons) where Tui revisited all her characters before the end. I still hope we get a novella with more closure. I have one thing to critique, and it's really small, but it really frustrated me. The ways Tui T. Sutherland has woven in LGBTQ+ representation in her novels in the past have flown really well and worked coherently with her world. Unfortunately, in this novel though, she wrote something that totally took me out of her world, which for a fantasy writer, is the greatest sin. She writes, "They use they and them pronouns. Like that travelling librarian we met, remember?" Can I just say: that was THE most awkward and pop-culture-esque she could have possibly brought in non-binary individuals. I'm glad Sutherland found ways to have rep, but please articulate it like we're still in ancient dragon history, not someone's instagram bio. Anyways, I would like to end on a positive note, by saying thank you. Thank you, Tui, for giving me such an imaginative, dragon-filled childhood. I'm honestly getting emotional typing this because this series has been everything to me, and I'm so sad it has come to an end. I will forever love the dragons that I was inspired into drawing, and the stories I was urged into writing. Thank you, Tui, for coming to my school and signing my book. I will forever remember this series as what made me a reader. <3 ~~edit 04/10/22~~ THIS IS IT. I'M STARTING MY fiNaL WINGS OF FIRE BOOK. ~~original~~ OMY WORD THE COVER RELEASE I AM SOOOO EXCITED. *also high key depressed to see the conclusion of this series, but I'm here for it*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Hi. Im one of the first readers of this book. It has not been finished yet but there are going to be a lot of surprises. I have just read chapter 1 and it is amazing. The title has not been chosen yet. Even though I have read chapter 1, it is still not confirmed to be in the book and could change. Tui was just playing around with different ways of writing the book and the perspective has not yet been settled on. The original idea was for the protagonist to be Jerboa but we have noot seen a lot o Hi. Im one of the first readers of this book. It has not been finished yet but there are going to be a lot of surprises. I have just read chapter 1 and it is amazing. The title has not been chosen yet. Even though I have read chapter 1, it is still not confirmed to be in the book and could change. Tui was just playing around with different ways of writing the book and the perspective has not yet been settled on. The original idea was for the protagonist to be Jerboa but we have noot seen a lot of her in the series so it might not work out.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jiwoo

    Edit: 4/5/2022 OMFG. OMFG. OMFG. OMFG It came out today!!! … and I still haven’t gotten it yet :( but I will soon!! Edit: 10/10/2021 OMG OMG OMG OMG I CAN'T BELIEVE I JUST SAW THE COVER!! IT IS GORGEOUS!!! And THE FLAMES OF HOPE?? O.M.G. AND IT'S LUNA. WHEN IS THE BOOK COMING OUT WHEN IS THE BOOK COMING OUT???? *checks date online* APRIL 5, 2022? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? TUI, HURRY UP. Characters-I-Think-Tui-Might-Use-For-the-Final-POV 1. Jerboa (she's an important character, but there's nothing else we as read Edit: 4/5/2022 OMFG. OMFG. OMFG. OMFG It came out today!!! … and I still haven’t gotten it yet :( but I will soon!! Edit: 10/10/2021 OMG OMG OMG OMG I CAN'T BELIEVE I JUST SAW THE COVER!! IT IS GORGEOUS!!! And THE FLAMES OF HOPE?? O.M.G. AND IT'S LUNA. WHEN IS THE BOOK COMING OUT WHEN IS THE BOOK COMING OUT???? *checks date online* APRIL 5, 2022? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? TUI, HURRY UP. Characters-I-Think-Tui-Might-Use-For-the-Final-POV 1. Jerboa (she's an important character, but there's nothing else we as readers can get from her) 2. Sky (he's flying to Pantala, but I have a feeling Tui might not pick him) 3. Wasp (what if we find out more about Wasp's backstory?) 4. Luna (she might not be the most interesting narrator) 5. Swordtail (he might not be the most interesting narrator) 6. Kinkajou (lots of fans have been anticipating for a Kinkajou book, but Tui's already moved on from her) 7. Rowan (we won't learn much from Rowan either) Tui, you're an excellent writer... please hurry up and get the fifteenth book published (haha, no pressure there, totally), but give us an epic ending! I'm only kidding. You know what you need to do, Tui. We believe in you.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lilin

    If there is another tribe of new dragons it wouldn’t make sense since we haven’t gotten past the problem of queen wast so introducing more dragons so soon would throw off the balance of the books and making the quality go down. Also stop rating books before they come or before you reed them especially when the book doesn’t even have a name or cover page. I’m sorry If this comment offends anyone

  6. 5 out of 5

    Orlith

    It seems golden days of the series are long gone. I feel that over time story focused on younger and younger audience, until it ended up being hug story with silly dialogues without any tension. Remember how in arc one dragons were being stabbed through head, burned to death, and locked in neverending war?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kacey

    This third arc has been pretty hit-and-miss with me, and the final installment was a definite "miss". It's a shame because I fell in love with the first series and the second series was just as amazing, even if the conclusion was a bit of a cop-out for the villains. But this one started off with an interesting idea and a truly terrifying villain, only to peter out at the last minute into this. I think I've expressed enough times how disappointed I am that humans developed a large role in this ser This third arc has been pretty hit-and-miss with me, and the final installment was a definite "miss". It's a shame because I fell in love with the first series and the second series was just as amazing, even if the conclusion was a bit of a cop-out for the villains. But this one started off with an interesting idea and a truly terrifying villain, only to peter out at the last minute into this. I think I've expressed enough times how disappointed I am that humans developed a large role in this series. It was a much more unique take to have them be pets or prey for the dragons. The way humans were involved in this last one had me rolling my eyes. I don't like to drop spoilers in my reviews, so all I have to say is how lackluster the final antagonist ended up being. We had so many great ones in the past two series. What was building up with the devil plant was much more interesting than what we ended up with. This book also seemed to sideline the characters a lot. Our POV character is not active for most of the story, and she's separated from other characters for a large portion as well. We don't really get to know what those characters are doing, which is a shame because they were all built up either in past installments or in this one (in the case of Bullfrog) to have some great dynamics between them. But no, we get Luna with a brand new character and a lot of exposition dump. Thinking back on how the last two series had such epic final scenes, this one feels like it went out with a whimper instead of a bang. I admit I did still end up crying, but in all honesty the character involved was so under-developed and annoying that what happened didn't feel entirely earned. If it was a character we knew and had followed along with for several books now (like Blue or Cricket) then I think it would've hit a lot harder. I refer back to the first series again where Starflight is permanently blinded and Clay was wounded so he walks with a limp. Characters were killed, tortured, burned, and the readers were treated like a mature audience. This series felt messy and this book particularly felt like it was preaching a certain message. I'm not sure if I'll be coming back to this if there are more books. Especially if the human characters keep getting larger roles. I'll stick to the first two series, thanks.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ethan M

    If it was possible to rate a book zero stars, i would, but i cant, so one star will have to do. this book was a very disappointing conclusion that we had to wait forever for. It was very hyped, but in reality, it was terrible. the first few chapters were good, but there wasn't much action and it was mostly talking and understanding differences between races. The main character spent two thirds of the book in the same spot, and while they did see different areas in their mind, most of it was so b If it was possible to rate a book zero stars, i would, but i cant, so one star will have to do. this book was a very disappointing conclusion that we had to wait forever for. It was very hyped, but in reality, it was terrible. the first few chapters were good, but there wasn't much action and it was mostly talking and understanding differences between races. The main character spent two thirds of the book in the same spot, and while they did see different areas in their mind, most of it was so boring. This book did not live up to the hype of the finale of the third arc and possibly the last wings of fire book. As i said, it was really boring except for a few parts and wasn't what i would expect from wings of fire, which always presented a lot of action and humor in an exciting plot. Overall, I found this book disappointing and boring.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anastasia

    Alright, this is gonna sound crazy but I think this book should be in the perspective of the missing Queen Moorhen sent. I feel like Mudwings have the least amount of representation in the whole series. The book in the perspective of a mud wing is the first one and after that we hear very little about mudwings. And this mudwing is the only one of the journey who we know nothing about. Pls tell me if this sounds crazy or if you think it’s actually a good idea.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Coy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm… not sure what emotion this was supposed to invoke? Like, I'm really not clear on how to feel so instead I just, don't feel. For one the pacing GOOD GOD THE PACING the pacing was awful and I can't really recall what direction things were going for large chunks of the story. Annnnnd… not a lot… happened? It feels like more stuff should've happened? And none of the plot was twisty. Y'know? Like, every time a conflict would come up I could see what the result would be, yeah, but that isn't the pro I'm… not sure what emotion this was supposed to invoke? Like, I'm really not clear on how to feel so instead I just, don't feel. For one the pacing GOOD GOD THE PACING the pacing was awful and I can't really recall what direction things were going for large chunks of the story. Annnnnd… not a lot… happened? It feels like more stuff should've happened? And none of the plot was twisty. Y'know? Like, every time a conflict would come up I could see what the result would be, yeah, but that isn't the problem: the problem is that I could also see immediately how things would get there, before the characters themselves saw it, and it just GRATED ON MY NERVES because the next course of action seemed SO OBVIOUS and the characters were all "Oh nooooo what am I gonna doooo??" which made THEM consequentially come off as idiots. Furthermore there was noooooooo tone carryover from the previous few books. It seemed as if this book belonged to a different series with exactly the same plot but a more rugged, sorta, uh, blocky feel? Like a hissing noise? Picture a hissing noise of like, an upset snake or a pipe with a leak in it, but then the rest of the arc is closer to the sound of clockwork from the inside? Does that make ANY sense whatsoever? I don't know how to convey it. Uh, some bits and pieces seemed cool at first but upon closer examination and as the plot unfolded they just didn't spark anything. Ooooh, creepy spider-crawling person with a murderous smile? Interesti- oh, it's uh, the Guardian of the Large Hole. It's being mind-controlled, it's back to normal now, it's talking with its friends, no lingering psychological disturbances, okay. I felt like that could've gone somewhere more interesting, and held up a more distinct tone, like uh, maybe like the tone I get from the Tokoroth in the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness series? Or from like, Vaal Hazak in Monster Hunter: World? I'm awful at explaining these tone-things, but clearly not as awful as Tui T. Sutherland! Lizard/Freedom seemed like a… lopsided attempt at creating a certain character type, uh, one that I can only describe as like, Agatha Prendergast from Paranorman? But uhm, so, this character was built on the same idea but then it just didn't… hit the uh… emotional buttons? I mean, when I first watched Paranorman, I cried at the part with Aggie's conversation with Norman. And the second time I watched it, I cried. And the third time. And so on. I read this and I felt nothing. Like, yeah, the concept is loaded with potential tragedy but you did it wrong and it failed to become kinetic tragedy, and instead it just sorta fizzled out like a failed baking-soda volcano and everyone left the science fair disappointed and awkward. My explanation of this sounds like a mess but the story itself is a mess. I don't- I don't know what to describe it as?

  11. 5 out of 5

    A

    (view spoiler)[ I quite liked this book, but I definitely have... some issues with it that we'll get into later. My biggest fear going into this book was the humans and honestly? Although I would have preffered for the humans to never be heavily involved in WoF, I thought the humans were mostly fine in this book. My biggest issue with the humans was Cottonmouth. Before we get into that though, I want to talk about something else and that’s the squad of Qbli, Moon, Pineapple, Bullfrog, Tsunami, Sky (view spoiler)[ I quite liked this book, but I definitely have... some issues with it that we'll get into later. My biggest fear going into this book was the humans and honestly? Although I would have preffered for the humans to never be heavily involved in WoF, I thought the humans were mostly fine in this book. My biggest issue with the humans was Cottonmouth. Before we get into that though, I want to talk about something else and that’s the squad of Qbli, Moon, Pineapple, Bullfrog, Tsunami, Sky, Wren, Lynx, Sundew, Luna and Cricket. Personally, I loved them all and I thought they were fun. While we're talking about characters, I want to say that I liked the epilogue too. I thought it was sweet and I really felt like Luna, Blue, Cricket, Sundew and Swordtail were friends, which is something that I felt was kind of missing with the arc 1 and 2 crew. I do wish that Snowfall was friends with the other protagonists, though. It makes sense why she isn't, she barely knows them, but it kind of makes Snowfall unconnected from the Pantalan protagonists (and Pantala in general, honestly). I liked Luna quite a lot too. I liked her love for tapestries, her desire to save everyone, her "just keep smilling" attitude and her relationship with Swordtail, but I really wish she was more proactive. She did some stuff, but she was stuck with Cottonmouth, Freedom and Dusky for… a pretty alarmingly big chunk of the book. She was presented as this dragon who wanted to save everyone, so it was kind of underwhelming when she barely anything. Okay, let’s talk about Cottonmouth. I hated that guy. He's got no depth and he is really cartoonishly evil. He and Freedom (and the humans in general, honestly) came completely out of nowhere in this arc and I feel like there wasn’t really any set up for them. And I think that’s one of the biggest problems with this book - Freedom and Cottonmouth came completely out of nowhere and because of them taking up such a massive chunk of book 15, some things that have been set up in books 11-14 never got a proper conclusion. Sure book 15 was a creative book and I really didn’t see any of the Freedom and Cottonmouth stuff coming, but I really would have preferred it if this book continued to focus on Queen Wasp and the politics between the Hivewings, Silkwings and Leafwings. The biggest thing that didn’t get a proper conclusion was easily Wasp. Wasp was horrible, she mind controlled the Hivewings, she destroyed the Leafwings’ home and trees and she made Silkwings’ lives awful. Almost every Pantalan dragon was somehow negatively affected by her actions. You wanna know what her ending was? “Wasp was imprisoned in her own flamesilk cavern, along with all of her sisters.” Yeah. That’s it, just this one sentence. The protagonists spent five books describing how horrible Wasp was and her ending was “She was put in prison off-screen, everything’s good now lol”. Okay. Anyways, I haven’t talked about Freedom yet, so let’s do that. I think she’s a good character. I think that the way she reacted to the situations she was in made a lot of sense and her sacrifice was sad, I felt really bad for her, but at the same time, I kind of had a hard time getting very immersed into her backstory, it was a little too… nonspecific for my liking. I’m a bit conflicted about Freedom’s nonchalance and humor, it makes a lot of sense for her character to be that way, but it really took the immersion out of some scenes. (hide spoiler)]

  12. 4 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    The Final book in the Wings of Fire series was both excellent and a highly satisfying ending. After a long-awaited interim, this book did not disappoint. Excitement, action, and fantastic conclusions to all story lines left me feeling bereft, but still content. My son and I often talked about which dragon we were most like and I struggled with all the heroes and heroines of the books until this one. I am, without a doubt, Luna. My favorite dragon by far, her periods of self-doubt, depression, an The Final book in the Wings of Fire series was both excellent and a highly satisfying ending. After a long-awaited interim, this book did not disappoint. Excitement, action, and fantastic conclusions to all story lines left me feeling bereft, but still content. My son and I often talked about which dragon we were most like and I struggled with all the heroes and heroines of the books until this one. I am, without a doubt, Luna. My favorite dragon by far, her periods of self-doubt, depression, and her constant need to help in a non-violent way was something I could completely relate to. In her own way, she was the ultimate hero of the story, bringing everyone together at the end to do what was needed, and even going to far as to (almost) sacrifice herself for the greater good. Sutherland did an amazing job of reminding us of all the characters and their individual personality traits, even though there were so many, that we couldn’t fault her for such a long wait between books. I had forgotten much but was easily drawn back into the story with the subtle reminders of the storyline and where we left off. My most favorite part of the whole book, was the end, not the resolution per say, but the overall feeling of kindness and goodwill. Sutherland is an expert at addressing the issues of racism and hatred when we examine the differences between us, and showed this problem expertly, and even gave ways and ideas to deal with these problems, starting with looking into ourselves. We can see how Luna feels about Cricket, the Hivewing. How at first she almost despises her, because her people/dragons hurt so many of those that she loved. But through her thoughts and feelings, she can see her work through these feelings throughout the book, in the end, overcoming the hate and replacing it with love and friendship. Cheezy, yes, but so very much needed in today’s world. Whether it be race or gender or religion or political beliefs, this book showed that differences can be overcome and even result in positive outcomes so matter what those differences are. A message that I wish all children and adults could learn. So a lesson wrapped up in a phenomenal story, that was very well written. I highly recommend this series, for children, and for parents, to read with their children. It could be a great conversation starter.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Audio Junkie

    Parents be warned. This book was very disappointing. I was saddened by the authors choice to indoctrinate children into all the woke talking points. The author promotes, gender fluidity, the use of plural pronouns for a singular individual, LGBTQ relationships, even touched on climate change, and a vilification of men as the root of evil. This book was written as a pandering piece to identify the author's allegiances to wokism. This is evidenced by the use of plural pronouns when a character is Parents be warned. This book was very disappointing. I was saddened by the authors choice to indoctrinate children into all the woke talking points. The author promotes, gender fluidity, the use of plural pronouns for a singular individual, LGBTQ relationships, even touched on climate change, and a vilification of men as the root of evil. This book was written as a pandering piece to identify the author's allegiances to wokism. This is evidenced by the use of plural pronouns when a character is introduced, but changing to singular pronouns later in the book when referring to the character again. It is very hard to use them and they pronouns and have the reader understand who is doing what in a scene. So, the author reverted back to normal writing and used he and she. To be clear, I have no problem with an adult book having this content. The fact that this is a tween/teen, children's book is my problem. I have read all the wings of fire books up to this point, but I will never read another one because of the woke agenda.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Geving

    It was a pretty good book and I am hoping for more wings of fire book to come after.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kenziecat

    Hey! So I'm like, Tui's biggest fan- and I would really like to know when/if this book is actually coming out? I'm only in fifth grade, but I've read ten of these books so far and I'm actually obsessed with them. I have the other four books coming today, and the twelfth one here at my house, and I'm so close to reading them all and I want more to come out! These are literally the best books I've ever read in my entire life. And actually, I read a LOT of books. These books inspire me a lot too, b Hey! So I'm like, Tui's biggest fan- and I would really like to know when/if this book is actually coming out? I'm only in fifth grade, but I've read ten of these books so far and I'm actually obsessed with them. I have the other four books coming today, and the twelfth one here at my house, and I'm so close to reading them all and I want more to come out! These are literally the best books I've ever read in my entire life. And actually, I read a LOT of books. These books inspire me a lot too, but Wings of Fire got me into dragons more, and I really enjoy reading the series. I also have a few perspective ideas! Like, maybe one of the queens? Ooo, Queen Thorn would be amazing! And I'd really like another MudWing perspective, because the only MudWing perspective we've gotten is the first book. And if you haven't already, Kinkajou's perspective? She's my favorite character in the books, I love her energetic and happy personality. Anyway, thanks for reading! Bye!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lily

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. If you did not read the book do NOT look at this. What shocked me the most in this (so far) book and warnings. ;) 1. Snowfall being good? I used to think she was evil... 2. Peril's brother is alive!? I thought he was dead... (Sky) he got a scavenger (human) to name him! He would make great friends with Winter. :D 3. Scavengers could read and talk! :O 4. Snowfall always talks WITH LOTS OF CAPS. Which gets VERY annoying. (But it shows she is SARCASTIC) 5. Snowfall's older sister (Crystal) is in love wit If you did not read the book do NOT look at this. What shocked me the most in this (so far) book and warnings. ;) 1. Snowfall being good? I used to think she was evil... 2. Peril's brother is alive!? I thought he was dead... (Sky) he got a scavenger (human) to name him! He would make great friends with Winter. :D 3. Scavengers could read and talk! :O 4. Snowfall always talks WITH LOTS OF CAPS. Which gets VERY annoying. (But it shows she is SARCASTIC) 5. Snowfall's older sister (Crystal) is in love with a MudWing! 6. Boa (Jerboa |||) technically killed her mother! Warning!!! If you get disgusted very easily. Do NOT read this book. I really liked it but in it... there is talking about talons disappearing lots of blood. And... you get it. Lily, I do not know how to help you... Sorry. Tom and Jerry 😋

  17. 4 out of 5

    Doggiei

    I haven't read this book yet but i am SOOOOOOOOO exited. Whenever i am bored (or anytime really haha) i make up a wings of fire dragon and be him/her. i read the first 8 books in less than 3 months or so and i loooove them! Tui T Sutherland, your books are AMAZING and i don't want to say i am your biggest fan bc that might not be true and i am only 10 but i and probably one of your biggest fans! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE BOOKS! :DDDDD Merged review: I haven't read this book yet but i am SOOOOO exi I haven't read this book yet but i am SOOOOOOOOO exited. Whenever i am bored (or anytime really haha) i make up a wings of fire dragon and be him/her. i read the first 8 books in less than 3 months or so and i loooove them! Tui T Sutherland, your books are AMAZING and i don't want to say i am your biggest fan bc that might not be true and i am only 10 but i and probably one of your biggest fans! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE BOOKS! :DDDDD Merged review: I haven't read this book yet but i am SOOOOO exited. Whenever i am bored (or anytime really) i make up a wof dragon and be him/her. i read the first 8 books in less than 3 months or so and i loooooove them! Tui T Sutherland, your books are AMAZING and i don't want to say i am your biggest fan bc that might not be true and i am only 10 but i and probably one of your biggest fans! THANK YOU FOR THE BOOKS! :DDDD

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ebony and Ivory

    I'm giving this a spiteful two stars out of pure spite and dissatisfied disappointment. I'm giving this a spiteful two stars out of pure spite and dissatisfied disappointment.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brandee

    Not as good as her others. Political jargon made the story line choppy and rushed. The characters didn’t seem as real as in the rest of her books

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wondrous Reads

    Welp. I did indeed finish it. I saw it through? Was it worth it? Did I gain anything, closure, satisfaction? I’m not sure. I don’t know if I wanna answer those questions. But it’s done now.

  21. 4 out of 5

    layla | lales | lays

    Okay look I’ll disclaim that arc 3 is my least favourite of all of them but I’ve missed this series so much. It was literally all I read as a child. I still read it as arc 3 was coming out. Waiting for these books was hell. It’s such a long series but I still want there to be an arc 4 idk why (it won’t be as good as arc 1) but I never want this series to end but I also do I love this series so much but it needs to end but i hope it never ends <3

  22. 5 out of 5

    Forever peril Book critic

    I couldn’t wait for this to come out and I guess I wasn’t too happy that it was luna’s POV but she grew on me. I don’t know if it was just me but Luna was so much different on the inside and … kinda relatable? I loved some of the new characters added especially dusky he is my new most favorite dragonet. Also did anyone else have trouble following when she got into the abyss? I had to read that part multiple time to quite understand. Anyway just so happy with the turn out but disappointed that T I couldn’t wait for this to come out and I guess I wasn’t too happy that it was luna’s POV but she grew on me. I don’t know if it was just me but Luna was so much different on the inside and … kinda relatable? I loved some of the new characters added especially dusky he is my new most favorite dragonet. Also did anyone else have trouble following when she got into the abyss? I had to read that part multiple time to quite understand. Anyway just so happy with the turn out but disappointed that Tui is done writing the series. I hope she decides to write more legends they were so great but all in all it’s a would recommend.

  23. 5 out of 5

    BeybladeSaez

    OMG I HAVEN'T READ IT BUT IDC I'M GIVING IT A FIVE STAR BECAUSE I FRICKIN' LOVE WINGS OF FIRE WHEN IS IT COMING OUT? OMG I HAVEN'T READ IT BUT IDC I'M GIVING IT A FIVE STAR BECAUSE I FRICKIN' LOVE WINGS OF FIRE WHEN IS IT COMING OUT?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Barb Middleton

    I like how the author puts in moral dilemmas in her books and is inclusive. Queen wasp is an authoritarian leader or dictator who people blindly follow even when they find out they are being manipulated. I didn’t think this story was as focused as others in the series but I enjoyed it. It just took me longer to get into it than normal.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Sorenson

    It is a good ending to the group of five books but it started to drag on. There were good moments but there were long stretches of nothing happening. Would still recommend reading as it is a good book but didn’t fully meet my expectations.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sara Kate

    Ugh I swear Tui does it every time This may be a middle grade fantasy about dragons but it’s so good like genuinely such a good series. It’s well written, the characters are interesting, the plot is fast paced, and the world building is absolutely incredible. I think everyone should read it personally but my favorite thing is that my fave 7th grader reads it with me 😌 Also I’m really hoping this isn’t the last book and while this may not be the best book in the entire series, it was a very well do Ugh I swear Tui does it every time This may be a middle grade fantasy about dragons but it’s so good like genuinely such a good series. It’s well written, the characters are interesting, the plot is fast paced, and the world building is absolutely incredible. I think everyone should read it personally but my favorite thing is that my fave 7th grader reads it with me 😌 Also I’m really hoping this isn’t the last book and while this may not be the best book in the entire series, it was a very well done conclusion. At first I was skeptical of the main character and whether this book would accurately conclude a series with so much happening but I think this absolutely delivered.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ania

    This book was such a disappointment :( Tui draws on themes she has already used heavily in the last (not great) book as a sort of hod-shod way to create a solution to the very huge problem of the Othermind. It doesn't feel like any of the characters have worked for anything. In fact, the solution is pretty much just handed to Luna. Literally. Othermind is a powerful, complex problem. To defeat it, a powerful, complex solution that the characters gradually work toward achieving is needed. That is.. This book was such a disappointment :( Tui draws on themes she has already used heavily in the last (not great) book as a sort of hod-shod way to create a solution to the very huge problem of the Othermind. It doesn't feel like any of the characters have worked for anything. In fact, the solution is pretty much just handed to Luna. Literally. Othermind is a powerful, complex problem. To defeat it, a powerful, complex solution that the characters gradually work toward achieving is needed. That is... not what we get. Honestly, looking back on this book, pretty much nothing happens. It's a lot like Book 14 in that sense. All of the action and plot twists that fill the previous 13 books completely vanished in this one. I think one of the big problems is that in the past, Tui gradually revealed world-building elements and plot "secrets." She made characters active agents in the discovery of those secrets. Here, the big reveals are thrown at the reader in really lengthy chunks. Like, certain segments are basically a history book. Where's the plot? Tui has become to reliant on visions of other dragons to tell the story. A lot of the interesting things that happen have nothing to do with Luna at all, which really weakens the plot and the connection the reader feels with it. It's a lot less gripping to experience a scene through Luna's vision than through actually being there. I'm so sad that the series ends like this. I wish there were a more rewarding conclusion to this arc. Honestly, it doesn't make sense to read past Book 13.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine J

    I think this book was amazing I think this book was amazing for 3 reasons. 1: Luna the main character and she finds out things that can be creepy . 2: Almost like 5-7 chapters in the book Luna's friends from the distant kingdoms run into some trouble while flying back to Pantala. 3: At the end of the book humans and dragons might finnaly live in peace. I think this book was amazing I think this book was amazing for 3 reasons. 1: Luna the main character and she finds out things that can be creepy . 2: Almost like 5-7 chapters in the book Luna's friends from the distant kingdoms run into some trouble while flying back to Pantala. 3: At the end of the book humans and dragons might finnaly live in peace.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alex T.

    The Flames of Nope. Full review at: https://skybookcorner.blogspot.com/20... The Flames of Nope. Full review at: https://skybookcorner.blogspot.com/20...

  30. 5 out of 5

    MacKenzie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Kskskekekoeksoeoeo I enjoyed this book a lot I'm so sad about Lizard/Freedom though she was such a good character :(( I also wish this book had more interactions between the questing dragons because they were such fun when they were together, and I wish we saw more of the world afterward, also I wish we had more examples of HiveWings who were actually good people, (that's more of a this series problem though) but overall I really liked it!! Kskskekekoeksoeoeo I enjoyed this book a lot I'm so sad about Lizard/Freedom though she was such a good character :(( I also wish this book had more interactions between the questing dragons because they were such fun when they were together, and I wish we saw more of the world afterward, also I wish we had more examples of HiveWings who were actually good people, (that's more of a this series problem though) but overall I really liked it!!

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