Top 10 Wings of Fire Books
I like this book a lot. It was cool seeing a book from three different perspectives of related dragons, and I expected Darkstalker to be cruel, but it really just made me feel bad for him. Like, really bad for him. He only wanted Clearsight to love him, but his father kept getting in the way. He only wanted to keep their relationship safe.
I really like this book, because of a lot of things. One of them, is that I like how there is multiple main characters. Another, is that it explains when Darkstalker gets more evil. Last I liked well everything it was a amazing book!
Okay, first of all, this is a really good book. I love the way Clearsight, Darkstalker, and Fathom become friends, and there's something in Darkstalker's perspective, cause he's the villain. Also, I just want to say that Indigo is a horrible character and why do you want Kinkajou to suffer for turning Darkstalker into Peacemaker, if you let him survive he would've done evil stuff, and she already suffered being knocked out by Shapeshifter and experimented on by NightWings, which isn't exactly a walk in the park.
Darkstalker's point of view made the boring a little more exciting BUT vice versa the the exciting. Still the best book because it's the story of what happened before
Me when I was younger reading this book when me and my friends went on a holiday to the Gold Coast-
Me in my room reading the part where Orca's statue attacks Tsunami in the hatchery (This is right before I went to sleep): ...
Me: *Tries to fall asleep*
Me: *Stares at the bedroom door*
Outside of my room: Whole bunch of really weird statues that we thought were creepy
Me: *looks around room*
Me: *gets out of bed and looks under it*
Me: *Gets back in bed*
Me: *tries to convince myself that I'm safe*
Room: *Door handle turns*
Me: *jumps and smacks head on the wall*
My mum: "I forgot to give you your water bottle"
Me: *Hides under covers in shame*
Overall Though This book is really great!
Just saying, I am not scared of the statue anymore, thank you, very much.
I think it's cool. I haven't read it in a while, but overall I think it was pretty wild. Tsunami figured out: She wasn't the LAST heir, Orcas
statue was killing the eggs, and... some other stuff happened I cannot remember. - Bronze the SandWing.
I love this book because Tsunami is my favorite dragonet of destiny. And Ripnami is my favorite ship. Coral is an alright queen, she should have gave tsunami's friends more of a chance. Just because riptide's dad was Webs doesn't mean he should get punished for it.
The Lost Heir is amazing. Tsunami is THE BEST character in the book. Queen coral apparently had another Heir. The only time Starflight could ever be wrong.
I like Moon Rising a lot for many reasons. First, I like Moon's character and how she made friends as I read the book. Next, also liked the anonymous voice is her head. Last I love the prophecy for the second arc. Over all I think this is a great book, and one of the best in the series.
Okay, I like all the Wings of Fire books but Moon Rising is the better than the other books in the series. She is the best and she grew up alone. She has the best powers in all of Pyhrria! I mean okay, my second favorite is The Poison Jungle because I mean Moon and Sundew are equally awesome.
This is definitely my favorite book in the series. The main reason I love this book is because Moon can read minds and it's cool seeing into not only the main character but other minor characters that probably won't get their own book. It shows much more perpective and no matter how many times I re-read this book, it never gets les awesome.
This is the best book in the whole series. It is awesome being in the mind of a mindreader, while also being in the minds of other dragons at the same time. It is also cool that we can hear Darkstalker telling Moon what to do or not what to do. Best Book!
-Frostfruit (Ice/RainWing hybrid)
I actually think this is my least favorite book in the first 5 books. Sunny was always a bit of a comic relief character, but in the book her entire personality switches into edge mode. On top of that, a large portion of the book lacks the other dragonets, meaning that there is very little communication between them.
*SPOILER WARNING* FINALLY, a book about Sunny, my favorite dragonet! The beginning, even the first page, was filled with action. The NightWings are in the rainforest, Starflight is injured, Sunny gets kidnapped. And we finally get to see how clever Sunny actually is in the inside. And it was so wholesome when Thorn and Sunny reunited. (Even if Qibli kinda ruined the moment) Then, Sunny gets kidnapped yet again, and we're thrown into even more epic action and suspense. The ending is beautiful, so beautiful. (Everyone says Clay getting bitten was so sad and scary but I was just laughing my head off at everyone's reactions) Beautiful, classic book, I love it.
This is my favorite book by sunny is awesome and her point of view could not get any better. I love the part when sunny finds the scavengers it's just such a gre at book VOTE THIS BOOK!
Ice storm the nightwing/icewing
I really like it. They is a lot of cool, new places and characters. And sunny is just amazing, her point of view shows she is not overly happy or cheerful. A great ending and its just amazing
I'll admit, I'm a bit of a Glory simp. Glory just has a very enjoyable personality, in my opinion. She is moral and has good intentions, but isn't the kindest, which is always a breath of fresh air. Her sarcasm is enjoyable, and she's got the acid (referred to as "Venom", for some reason) that allows her to do some cool stunts.
*SPOILER WARNING* I love this book! It just gets better and better the further you get into it! When Glory and Deathbringer were flirting and being all mysterious and slick around each other, I was laughing out loud! And the escape from the Night Kingdom was so awesome! My favorite part was the contest for the throne at the end! And then Starflight is gone?! Whoa, what a cliffhanger. Really, really awesome book.
The hidden kingdom is the best. I don't like how glory is called "greedy". It's not true. She only wanted to become queen to save all her tribe members. Poor glory
The Hidden Kingdom is great. Enough said. I really loved-but-hated Deathbringer, Blaze is just plain stupid, and, well, a dragonet needed to become queen, and we knew it wouldn't be Tsunami...
Sadly, this is the last book I read (although I'm planning on getting back into reading the series). It was just so boring. There's a lOvE tRiAnGlE which bogs down the story (I find love plots very unenjoyable), and Winter is kind of rude. I only made it halfway through when I stopped reading it. It's nice to finally have a icewing protagonist, though.
I LOVE IceWings, and it disappointed me when I first read this book and there were no other IceWing books. (I read this book before Dangerous Gift came out)
Winter Turning,without a doubt, was always my favorite book. He was hated by his parents and he didn't deserve it. He saved his brother, and did his best to save his friends. And he did his best to make his parents proud, and never could. It's sad.
This book was... okay.. I liked the end, and getting to look into the lifestyle of IceWings, but everything else was just boring. I don't have much else to say. It's not bad, but it's not very good either.
I LOVE Escaping Peril! It is by far the funniest book in the whole second arc, and I love Peril's development. She starts making her own decisions, and she even gets rid of her deadly firescales. I love the part when Ruby's fighting Scarlet, and then Peril notices the earring and Ruby becomes Tourmaline! It's just such a good book. I love the part in, like, the first chapter where Turtle says "Turtle." and Peril's confused, so she just says "Moose" and that made me laugh so hard I nearly fell off my bed.
- Tropical the RainWing
I like a good fiction book and Peril as the main character was perfect for me! Love the book. I like in the beginning when Peril gives her loyalty to Clay, and the ending when Spoiler Alert Darkstalker appears.
*SPOILER WARNING* This book is really underrated! Everyone says it's boring, but it's really not! The most boring part is when Turtle and Peril are going on the journey (and everyone starts shipping Pertle, the worst ship ever) but even that part is really exciting. The end is the best part. When Scarlet takes over the kingdom and all the drama starts. For those of you who still want a Kinkajou book, admit it, this is ten times better than any Kinkajou point of view could ever be. I love love LOVE this book, and I hope you agree.
I though Peril was a fun character, and she had a good arc. I like how Tui made her forget Clay so Peril had to chose to be good on her own, not because she liked clay
Got this book a few days ago. love it. Summary: Qibli knows Darkstalker has to be stopped. And he knows he could stop him, if he had magic. But as Darkstalker continues to spread his poisoned magic all across Pyyrhia, and his feelings for Moon continue to grow ever higher, he and Winter go on a wild goose chase to end the chaos. But Darkstalker has made himself invulnerable and tries to become king of the continent. Can Jade Mountain stop him, or will the freedom of Pyrrhia be destroyed forever? Rating: 8/10. Qibli is a great protagonist, but I chuck 2 points. 1. Winter is rude and Qibli has mean thoughts. 2. In case you hadn't noticed 3/5 books in this entire series focus on the stupid Qiblinterwatcher love triangle! Overall, good book, but if it had more action and less mushy stuff, it would have been a lot better.
Shadow the NightWing animus
*SPOILER WARNING* I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all, Qibli's point of view makes even the boring parts a little more exciting, and the sandstorm, the battle of Jade mountain, the ending, the beginning, when they were rescuing Turtle, they were all really exciting scenes. But, there was a lot of boring parts that overpowered it. Such as the whole thing with Vulture and Cobra. That had to be the most boring thing in the entire series. It just dragged ON and ON and I just wanted to book to end already. But then it got more exciting towards the end and I was hooked. But, still Wings of Fire, still awesome, just not the BEST book ever.
I actually don't like this book too much. I mean I don't know if that's a hot take or anything, but compared to the other books, this one lacks in quality. A lot of the plot is boring, SECOND HOT TAKE!, Qibli is a boring character and is unsuitable for the finale book. Also, Winter in this book is handled horribly, and that's a lot coming from me (he's my favorite character). Winter is made into a tag-along character, doesn't win Moon even though that was how to book really would have been improved. Yes Winterwatcher is much better than Moonbli. Also, Winter was made in this book to look stupid and untrustworthy, and Tui literally blinked out of the finale of the book! Literally! Peril was sorrowfully not in this book, and she is possibly one of the best characters. Much better than Qibli. Also, Qibli is a mixture of snobby, Nerdy, and Romantic. I do not think those traits mix well. However, I did enjoy how much Qibli messed up. It made him look really bad. Seriously though, I sort of ...more
Listen to me. QIBLI IS THE WORST. For all these reasons.
1. He is desperate to get magic and is always greedy and power-hungry. He STOLE Anemone's wristband and kept it for himself no matter what Anemone said!
2. He keeps coming up with random reasons to have darkstalker's scroll, but all he wants to do is MAKE other dragons happy (Against their will, of course) and enchant everybody to like him. I really like Winter because he was stubborn about giving Qibli Darcstalker's scroll and later it turned out to be right!
3. Tricks moon into liking him. (Moon fell for it, obviously.) And then he acts like darkstalker is a good dragon, not just because he wants to do the smae spells himself, whcih is terrible, also because he wants moon to like him!
All these reasons should convince you to put qibli and darkness of dragons..wait. I like this book because it shows qiblis greed and power-hungry-ness.
Boy, Turtles development. He went from a shy, introvert to someone who could stand up to all of the bad things in life and face them with confidence. Turtle's fight with anemone was just the best scene in the whole series. A lot of people say that they don't like this amazing book because they thought it was boring, but those people need to seriously reconsider. The book gave a side character who didn't have a story a whole sequence of interesting events and back stories.
Turtles relationship with Kinkajou was very interesting. I think what Turtle does in this book is severely under appreciated.
I orginally thought that Turtle was sort of like a not very important animus power house boi, but after his development he is now my favorite character. And love the parallels between the Legends: Darkstalker characters and the Jade Mountain Arc dragonets
Turtle started out as a side character that didn't matter and I didn't think much about him, but as he found his confidence in this book I realised how much Turtle is like me! He is shy (sometimes), kind, brave, and thinks of his life as a story. He learns that it isn't the animus power that corrupts you, but the hunger for more. This book has a true meaning, but I cried for so long at the cliffhanger in the end. I also think that Kinkajou and Turtle are perfect for each other.
Ok, so I absolutely loved this book. At first I didn't really care for Turtle, then when I started reading, I found out that he was kinda like me 1. Super shy 2. Brave (sometimes) 3. Does not like attention. P.s, I really LOVED when turtle and anemone started fighting!
The Dragonet Prophecy is one of my favorite books in the series because, first of all, it was the book that started off the whole series. Without this book, there wouldn't be any Wings of Fire. Second of all, Clay is just amazing and cares about everyone. I can understand why this is 10th(as I'm writing this), since some of the other protagonists feel more interesting than Clay, but I think we still gotta give Clay's book some love for the wonderful series it grew into. - Ninja
This book started off the series well. The best parts was when they were in the sky kingdom and fighting in the arena. Clay and Peril are very cute together. The funniest and best thing about Clay is how he loves food so much. Clay even dreams about food, but this book didn't show this fact about him that much. I liked Clay better in the other books, he was just so hilarious in other books.
This book was funny, wonderful, and cute. Clay never realizes that Peril has a crush on him even before Peril says she's not to be with him. I never got why Sunny thinks Clay's to good for Peril. Clay has barely any smarts but no one makes fun of him. When's lunch is the best line ever to be like Clay. Snore snore snore!
This book was a great way to kick off the series, and while it certainly isn't my fave, it was good enough to like. It's a lot more grounded than the other books, not ending on a cliffhanger or referenceing anything else, it really taught me how to hate Scarlet, and fireproof scales are brilliant. Not my favorite, but still good.
*SPOILER WARNING* It was action packed and introduced new characters, like Hazel, Mandrake, and Nettle. It had a big action scene and twist with Hawthorn when they found out he was under the othermind, and when Willow killed him! There was a good ending in my opinion for the last chapter, but then the epilogue with Jerboa and Snowfall brought to much suspense! I can't wait for book 14!
I love Sundew and Willow x Sundew is my second favorite ship! I love LGBTQ, but besides a small Umber x Winter crush, there hasn't been anything gay.
The Poison Jungle is by far one of my favorite Wings of Fire books. Sundew actually isn't my favorite character, Cricket is, but Cricket's book wasn't that great. Sundew's book, on the other hand, was by far spectacular. READ IT NOW
I LOVE Sundew. She is one of my favorite characters and I'm glad I finally got a main point of view who isn't just "Heroic, Wants to save everyone, Would never kill anyone". It's so fun to read of someone who is angry and voices her opinions and is willing to fight for them. Also, Sunder x Willow is the CUTEST SHIP EVER. Homophobes stay out!
I really liked this book because I liked how starflight was actually thinking what his friends would do. My favourite part was definitely when the rain wings were saved. I kinda, really like the part where starflight confesses his feelings to sunny because his feelings for her are really adorable
Dark Secret is really a dark, mystery-type book that I barely consider fantasy, except for the dragons. Nightwings are plain awful. That's the whole point this book is trying to get across. That's all fine for the first 150 pages, but enough is enough. I don't really have much good to say about this one, aside from the spectacular Greatness, and how she was able to step down and let Glory be queen. The way they revealed that the prophecy is fake was lame, though.
The dark secret was a really good book. Morrowseer finally dies after telling the dragonets that the prophecy never was real, and was only a way for Battlewinner to get control of some dragonets.
I enjoyed the Dark Secret and I agree with the first person, the RainWings rescuing the prisoners was easily the best part. The entire Part Three was the best part.
Cricket is probably the best character ever. The book, Hive Queen wasn't my favorite book, but is was still pretty good. Cricket saved Sundew when she was trapped in the sundew, in the Poison Jungle by saying that the color blue attracts Teste flies. And bumblebee also saved the day too, (Kind of). I don't really like swordtail, that much, (no offence), because he doesn't like Cricket that much. I also like Sundew a lot.
Please vote for the Posion Jungle and The Hive Queen Please!
This book has got to be one of my favourites, I just love Cricket as a protagonist, the way she thinks and plans things out is really smart, and she's like me, asking questions every 5 seconds. In my opinion, even though Sundew's book, The Poison Jungle, has a bit more action in it, Crickets personality and the way she thinks of things makes The Hive Queen better than the Poison Jungle. I love how Cricket also has a fierce determination and never gives up. The Hive Queen has lots of cool discoveries in it and a lot of interesting things happen, like where Cricket keeps on getting caught and than dragons help her escape, like where she gets paralysed but than Lady Jewel and Lady Scarab help her escape. There's also a lot of cool stealth missions through out the book, and I like how Cricket always finds cool creative ways to do things. This book is really awesome, SO WHY IS IT SO FAR DOWN!? Come on, let's try and get this to at least number 10#
-Darkshade (Nightwing and Rainwing)
Don't you known that Cricket and Bumblebee of the HiveWings are the best? Yes, so smart and nearly save Snodoo (Sundew) sundew, can't you believe it) With her intelligence. Figuring out what attracts tsetse flies (the color blue).
I liked Cricket and found her relatable, the whole book she thinks "I'm not brave" but then she chooses to be brave and take things into her own talons
I love Wren. In one of the books, it hints that before the Scorching, scavengers and dragons could sometimes learn to understand each other, and Wren is going to bring that back. Happiness!
It took me a while but then I realized "o my goodness! That's kestrel and she DIDN'T kill perils brother!" I was SO happy but also kind of sad that Sky didn't go back with kestrel but happy that Wren and Sky found each other! And the story's follows the war and the scavenger Clay put down in when they escaped the Sky kingdom I didn't know it was LEAF! This book is well written and more than a enough to keep readers interested. Good work Tui!
Butterfly the Rainwing/ Icewing (and princess to the Rainwing throne!)
I haven't finished this book yet! It's really long, and I keep getting sidetracked. Still, I've read enough to knoe I like it. Of the three, Ivy is probably my favorite, and Sky is SO CUTE. I thought I was going to die when he said, "Snails?". I also liked how Wren kept meeting major characters, and how she kept getting involved in major events in the series.Still, it could've been better, as Wren was really the main character, and the other two were really just excuses to show that humans in Pyrrhia are just as bad as dragons...
Dragonslayer shows you the world of Pyrrhia in a whole new perspective, through the eyes of humans! Wren is my favorite out of the three and I cried so much when: I found out that Peril's brother is alive, Undauntable proposed to her, and at the end of the book when it's Undauntable's perspective I had to read the chapter about five times before accepting that there was a MAJOR cliffhanger.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS BOOK! Though some of the others are great this one takes the cake! It's like a whole new Dragonet Prophecy. The same great newness (new characters, new continent, new plot ideas, new tribes! ) but you're already a FanWing! Plus, Blue and Cricket are two of the best characters ever anyways. I'm a total WoF junky so I buy every one ASAP but everyone who can should buy it. After taking my survey I have concluded that this is the favorite of every person who has read it. Buuut, it's new to 2018 and relatively unread.
DESERVES BETTER THAN 12th!
Also this list is kinda stupid cause there are ONLY SIXTEEN TOTAL BOOKS PUBLISHED! And over half get on this list!
Blue may not be my favorite character, but this book started the third arc off nicely. It was overall a good book.
The lost continent was a good book. I don't think it's the greatest, but it's a good book and I liked it a lot.
This is such a good book. I am actually listening to the audiobook as we speak!
This book was my second favorite (first being The Legend of Darkstalker) and I liked Snowfall's character. It was different than all of the other main characters there have been books about, and I liked that. Such a good book! I'm guessing this book isn't higher just because... it hasn't been around that long and hasn't gotten as many votes piling up yet? That's my guess. Anyway, like I was saying, Snowfall's character was really paranoid at the beginning of the book, but she grows a lot, and I like that. Here's an example. Beginning of the book: she imagined a wall telling her she wasn't as good as her mother. End of the book: she made the right decision and freed everyone from the judgement of a wall. Help me get this book up higher where it belongs! (Instead of down here, because it's new. I assume.) - Gold-drop the SilkWing
Just finished this and it was pretty good. Snowfall was kind of annoying in the first part of the book, but I really liked her in the last two parts. She had great character development. This book was very interesting and it just felt different from all the other books. I also love Lynx. The visions were interesting and this book had me starting to like the Icewings. I didn't like how strict the Icewing traditions were, but with Snowfall as queen the tribe will get better. I was so happy when she smashed the cliff and the wall at the end.
One of my favorite books. I absolutely love how the Gift of Vision Ring enchanted by Opal changed Queen Snowfall. I only wish the HiveWings had something like it because Queen Wasp was always so worried about being a horrible queen so she put all those dragons under the mind control. If she had that ring, maybe she would have not been so worried and stuff.
Great Starclan (Sorry Warrior cat language), why is this book SO FAR DOWN!?!?!?
This book is by FAR one of my favourites! I love how Snowfall's character changes from an anxious, nervous wreck to a confident, wise Queen, who in the end made lots of great decisions, Go Snowfall!
Deathbringer is the best. A good NightWing? Who would've thought? I love him and no matter what he does, I will never judge him. Although he now does seem a little old for Glory, but, AH WHO FREAKIN CARES!
Assassin was the best Winglets book. It's cool to see things from Deathbringer's perspective, and it's a great story. Also they made Deathbringer too old because now he's nearly twice Glory's age.
I loved how we got to see stuff from Deathbringer's point of view, the part about Quickstrike is so sad! But you also get to see his conflict and it's great.
I love death bringers point of view. I just love these three books so much I can't explain why.
The hidden kingdom will always be and will be my favorite book whether it's the Graphic novel or the book I will ALWAYS love it! I love the scenes of Glory and Deathbringer when they're flirting with each other. I also like how she doesn't fall so easily for Deathbringer and I like that. Also for the people who say that Glory was stupid to Tsunami I think they're just arguing like siblings after all they DID grow up together.
Why is this here? It's the same as the real book, but with pictures! And I don't see the graphic novel of The Lost Heir or The Dragonet Prophecy on here!
Seriously. The Hidden kingdom was great. I loved it, both graphic novel and actual book
I don't like Glory, all she does is sleep and eat.
Prisoners was a good book! I think this should be in top 5. But...my opinion! -Frost the IceWing/RainWing
I love this book! I think it's really underrated and I feel really sorry for poor Dune and Six-Claws I mean Burn was horrible to them both after they'd been hardworking, loyal and determined to keep fight AND SHE WAS HORRIBLE
To be honest, hearing Six-claws' story was really inspiring and relatable. It was well-flowing, too.
My favorite winglet, you get to know a whole lot more about dune and six claws!
Nobody knows who Six-Claws is sad face I love his character and this book.
I honestly think Tui could've found a better artist for this.
I love all of these!
Getting a bit tired of writing reviews, but let me say this. This book is UNDERRATED as hell! I like how under her exterior, Snowflake has a PERSONALITY. I also love Snowfox. Let's face it, Foxflake is meant to be. Homophobes, be warned.
pxfferfish, a lesbian reviewer
My favourite character of all is Princess Snowfox, I'm obsessed with her. she deserves to be queen, and I wished she managed to wipe out the night wings. I can see why not many like the book, but I just love the characters
"Certainly, as long as you don't call me flake"- Snowflake. Amazing read!