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The New York Times and USA Today bestselling series soars to even greater heights with a new prophecy and five new dragonets ready to claim their destiny!

Daring mission... or deadly mistake?Winter has been a disappointment to his royal IceWing family his whole life. When his sister, Icicle, runs away from Jade Mountain Academy, fleeing terrible crimes and possibly planning to commit more, Winter knows that they both need a second chance to make things right -- if only he can find her. Winter’s new clawmates, Moon, Qibli, and Kinkajou, won’t let him make this dangerous journey alone. They don’t seem to understand that IceWings, the most superior of all dragon tribes, can fix their own problems. When their search leads the dragonets straight into Queen Scarlet’s vicious talons, Winter is grateful to have some help. But even the bravest dragons can’t follow him to the Ice Kingdom, where he’ll have to face the greatest threat of all: his own family.

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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 Journal Praise 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


Praise for The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, Book 2): "[A] perfect adventure for young fantasy fans to sink their teeth into." -- School Library Journal Praise 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

About the Author

TUI T. SUTHERLAND is the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Wings of Fire series, the Menagerie trilogy, and the Pet Trouble series, as well as a contributing author to the bestselling Spirit Animals and Seekers series (as part of the Erin Hunter team). In 2009, she was a two-day champion on Jeopardy! She lives in Massachusetts with her wonderful husband, two awesome sons, and two very patient dogs. To learn more about Tui''s books, visit her online at tuibooks.com.

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K. D. Martinez
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My son was very disappointed that the author wrote in a female dragon having ...
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2018
My son was very disappointed that the author wrote in a female dragon having more than a crush on another female dragon. Very disappointing. This is a kids book. The agenda being pushed is not appreciated.
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Karissa Eckert
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Winter''s story...
Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2015
This is the seventh book in the Wings of Fire series by Sutherland. The eighth book will be titled Escaping Peril and is expected to release in January 2016. I really enjoyed this installment in the Wings of Fire series; this series just keeps getting better and... See more
This is the seventh book in the Wings of Fire series by Sutherland. The eighth book will be titled Escaping Peril and is expected to release in January 2016. I really enjoyed this installment in the Wings of Fire series; this series just keeps getting better and better.

Winter leaves the school at Jade Mountain to find his sister Icicle and save his brother Hailstorm. His fellow dragonettes decide to accompany him. Their journey takes them to the RainWing Kingdom and beyond; eventually they end up confronting Queen Scarlet yet again.

I really enjoy this middle grade adventure fantasy series about dragons and friendship. My son got me reading this series and it took me a while to warm up to it, but now I am hooked.

In this book we really get to know the next generation of dragons a lot better. Of course Winter is the focus of the story and it was nice to get insight into this moody and short-tempered dragon. We learn a lot about Winter’s background and he definitely has some trust issues to work through. Moon is in the story a lot as well, as are Qibli, and Kinkajou. All of the dragons have distinct and amusing personalities.

We do still get to see what the original five dragonettes are up to. It was a lot of fun to see the progress those original five are making in bringing the dragon clans together and trying to recover from the decades long war. It’s definitely a challenge but they seem to be up to it. I also loved the little cameo by Squid, he is hilarious; I hope he features in a future book.

The main story here is definitely Winter retrieving Hailstorm and facing his family’s continued disappointment in him. However, there is still a looming side story about a great danger coming from the skies. Additionally we are seeing more and more of the Scavengers (humans) as the story progresses.

Overall I really enjoyed this book in the Wings of Fire series; I think it was my favorite one so far. This series has been full of wonderful middle grade fantasy adventures. I love that the characters are building such solid friendships and that in the more recent books the adult dragons are working with the dragonettes to forge a peaceful dragon nation. I will definitely continue reading this series and highly recommend this to fantasy fans; especially the middle grade age set.
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*Spoilers*
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Tui good job!I read all the books including Legends:Darkstalker and all the Winglets already,and I have a few predictions about book 10,but before we get to it,let me explain some of the critical events that led to those predictions: 1)The release of Foeslayer and the... See more
Tui good job!I read all the books including Legends:Darkstalker and all the Winglets already,and I have a few predictions about book 10,but before we get to it,let me explain some of the critical events that led to those predictions:
1)The release of Foeslayer and the thoughts about how Onyx wants to be queen of the world in book 7.
2)Dragons with gold BIRD medallions buying dragonflame cacti in book 8.
3)Darkstalker mistakening Turtle as Fathom,dragons with gold BIRD medallions(possibly the same ones who had
been buying dragonflame cacti in book 8),SeaWing students on an overnight trip being haunted by the ghost of ALBATROSS,and the death of Queen Glacier in book 9.
4)Darkstalker and ALBATROSS both being stopped by Fathom in Legends:Darkstalker
Alright,now time to get to the predictions:
First,there will be civil war in the Ice Kingdom,as Queen Glacier is dead,but not killed by any of the heirs.Second,Albatross will appear in some way,as the dragons that set off dragonflame cacti in the Kingdom of Sand has gold BIRD medallions that resemble Albatross,since an albatross is a type of a large bird,and the SeaWing students are haunted by Albatross'' ghost.Also,the part where Darkstalker mistakes Turtle for Fathom means Albatross will seek revenge on Turtle too,since Turtle looks like Fathom,and is also an animus.Third,Qibli will use the dragon finding coral that be burrowed from Turtle(The descirption of book 10 says that Qibli used the animus objects that he burrowed from Turtle to give his talons the power to make a difference)to find Foeslayer,which disappeared in book 8,and then reunite her with Darkstalker,and then he gets like less evil,and releases Turtle from the dungeons,then Anemone enchants Turtle to be an animus again,and he stops Darkstalker with animus powers.
Well...this is the longest review that I''ve ever wrote,soooo I guess thats it...Bye.
p.s.Qibli''s my fav character,so thx for making him the protangonist and PoV of the last book in the series!
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Layla
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Book coming apart even with great care
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
My son absolutely loves this series of books but they seem to be coming apart. This is the second time he has read this particular book but the first section is it is already coming apart. It actually looks to me like the cover was made a bit too small for the number of... See more
My son absolutely loves this series of books but they seem to be coming apart. This is the second time he has read this particular book but the first section is it is already coming apart. It actually looks to me like the cover was made a bit too small for the number of pages in the book. The way the pages are put into the covers make it so that they are coming out in sections not just single pages. It is very frustrating b/c now we have no way to keep the pages in. It’s not something a little book glue will fix. .

He is great about taking care of all of his books. Books are treasured in our family. We are big readers and he re-reads books so we keep every book we buy. This is the first book series we have had this issue with.
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Morgan Romanowski
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Loved it!
Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2015
Interesting first look into how Icewings are, from one of their own, that we didn''t get in the first 5 books. Finished it in only two days and I can''t wait for the next one, though I''m upset it''s not from Kinkajou''s or Qibli''s perspective (I really hope there is one from... See more
Interesting first look into how Icewings are, from one of their own, that we didn''t get in the first 5 books. Finished it in only two days and I can''t wait for the next one, though I''m upset it''s not from Kinkajou''s or Qibli''s perspective (I really hope there is one from Qibli''s perspective in the future because he''s my favorite of the dragonets :) ). I loved the author''s take on Winter and how over time he learns dragons from other tribes really aren''t as bad as the Icewings think them to be. I thought Winter''s crush on Moon, who''s a Nightwing which are the sworn enemies of Icewings based on a lie, was adorable and really helped him see all Nightwings aren''t bad. Overall I thought this book was great and I''m actually pretty sad there won''t be any other books in Winter''s viewpoint :(
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Jennifer Schumacher
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Dragons 🐉
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020
This is a favorite series of our 9-year-old boy who loves dragons. For him dragons must never be like they are in King Arthur type stories where they are the enemy to be slain or feared. In these books dragons are the main characters both bad and good. The six main... See more
This is a favorite series of our 9-year-old boy who loves dragons. For him dragons must never be like they are in King Arthur type stories where they are the enemy to be slain or feared. In these books dragons are the main characters both bad and good. The six main characters age throughout the series gradually getting to more intense activities. Please note that the death of a child dragon it''s within the first chapters of the first book so there are some intense themes that may bother sensitive children. I also find these stories to be a great adventure to listen to by audiobook.
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L. Farmer
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Great series.Still strong at #7
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2015
Yes I''m over 40 and love this series. I love buying my kids books and reading them first. Winter isn''t the most likeable Dragon but as we go through the book he discovers that the Icewings arent the end all, be all dragons...and that other types of dragons are just as... See more
Yes I''m over 40 and love this series. I love buying my kids books and reading them first. Winter isn''t the most likeable Dragon but as we go through the book he discovers that the Icewings arent the end all, be all dragons...and that other types of dragons are just as rich in history, beauty and knowledge as the Icewings. Very good book. Read it in a day. My son is ten and I''m planning on letting him start this series in a year or two more. I just think some stuff he wouldn''t get yet. Highly recommend.
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Kona
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Not only for children but for dragon lovers in general
Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2015
I love dragons. A lot. And I hate that most of the times they''re just the bad guys who get killed by a human hero... But these Wings of Fire books are awesome. I''ve enjoyed them a lot. The characters have all very different personalities and the universe is very... See more
I love dragons. A lot. And I hate that most of the times they''re just the bad guys who get killed by a human hero...

But these Wings of Fire books are awesome. I''ve enjoyed them a lot. The characters have all very different personalities and the universe is very well done.

The only thing I will complain about is that I have to wait months for the next book... I''m thinking about re-reading them all meanwhile. I''m sure I''ll enjoy them even more the second time.
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Mathilde L
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Absolutely Awesome
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 17, 2021
I read this and it''s great! Definitely good value and entertainment. If you are looking for a funny book full of adventure, this is what you need! Five stars!
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Raymond Davis
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 27, 2018
very pleased with the book came on time as it was a present for my grand son
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Peter Marshall
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Brilliant!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 13, 2017
Fab series which my 9 year old son can''t put down. He happily spends his pocket money on these books and can''t wait for the next one!
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Five Stars
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