Top 10 Best Wings of Fire Books
I liked how violent this book was, it was just so satisfying. And I liked when Arctic got stabbed in the foot, that was really gross ad satisfying at the same time, who knew you could feel those feelings at the same time? And I loved Fathom's and Darkstalker's chapters, Clearsight's were kind of boring and long and they had Listener in them and I hate Listener she said her and Thoughtful should be together just because she told him where a strawberry patch is and asked him if he was going to a festival an he said yes. But he understands Whiteout more. and I like when Arctic got disemboweled. And I like the Dream Visitors-Darkdrop the Night/Rain (used to be Jewel the RainWing)
I read this book and it was amazing. I really liked the dissembowling part (but I did feel sorry for Arctic) and also the way Darkstalker made the dream visitors so they could see each other in they're sleep/dreams. Fathom's chapters were my favorite. Also the masikar and all the other stuff he was going through, he was just so interesting, I mean look how much I wrote about him in a single comment. I also liked that Darkstalker would still turn evil although he had the scroll. -Jewel the RainWing
This is definitely my favourite book. Darkstalker is a cool character but it is quite annoying in my opinion that Clearsight or Fathom didn't just make a spell to make Darkstalker kind, they could have given him another chance but instead they decided to stuff him under Agate mountain and leave him there.
I love Darkstalker's book, and this is absolutely my favourite one yet! I really am interested in Darkstalker, Fathom and very much in Clearsight. Sorry guys I'm not a fan of Fathigo, but I am a Darksight so there. Love this book so much, even though it was a bit gruesome here and there *chuckle*
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- Casting Shadows (NightSand Hybrid)
The brightest night is definitely my favorite book! IN all the books sunny just does not have enough of a personality. In the 1 and 3 books sunny was nice and all but in the books 2 and 4 she had no personality whatsoever! The brightest night had so much action to. so many things happen and we can finally se how brave and smart sunny really is1
I think that this book is probably my third favorite! I love Sunny's point of view and when she gets reunited with her mother. I was so mad at the other dragonets' about how they were treating sunny. So I'm glad she got to stand up for herself!
*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.
Best book in the series. I love Sunny, I love the plot and it is easily the most nostalgic book in the entire series, due to time and circumstance. This was the perfect way to close out arc 1.
I love this book. The way Darkstalker was introduced was pretty cool, and I am a huge fan of Anemarin! I just love everything about this book and would read it every day until I die!
I think that moon is a really great character. I like it how she is so shy at the start that she can't even talk properly. But at the end she becomes friends. I also like it how Tui T. Sutherland makes moon tell the others about her power and they all get mad ( except turtle) overall this book is definitely my favorite.
I love how moon can read minds. And Darkstalker, I love how he is always in Moonwatchers mind and he tries getting her to set him free!
VERY fascinating book. Love Moon, Love Qibli, like Winter a bit, LOVE Kinkajou, love turtle, love everyone! When Moon started hearing the voice, I'm like, ooo, time to read some more!
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- Casting Shadows (NightSand Hybrid)
I will probably like books better than this once I am farther on in the series, and to be honest I didn't really like this book that much compared to the others.
DEFINITELY MY FAVORITE! I love Tsunami, Riptide, et cetera et cetera...Tsunami is my favorite character, I love her ship of Ripnami, (Which should get a better name) But overall, I love this! I'm sooo happy it's first place! Plus, it's nice knowing so many people here agree with me the lost heir is better than the hidden kingdom (Sorry for Glory lovers) And that Tsunami is better than Glory! Anyway, it's just I don't really like Glory...Glory's mean to Tsunami just because Tsunami was trying to keep them all safe! Anyway, I LOVE THIS BOOK!
This is my favourite book, it is so cool how it shows the overprotective mother that lots of kids have today. Tsunami is such a cool character, and riptide is awesome too. SPOILER ALERT!: I was extremely happy with what happened to Whirlpool.
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.
*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.
D of D is my second favorite book. Even though I love it enough for it to be my first Darkstalker out rules them all! But Qibli's point of view is great and I just love the plot!
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
I loved this book. It was a longer book than I expected but once I finished it, I loved Qibli. He is so smart and intelligent and I'm not surprised he got his own book. I love listening to his thoughts and how interesting they are and I can't believe he was treaten like that by his own mother and siblings.
Glory is so amazing!
I can't believe it is only 6th, totally should be 1st!
Glory may be sarcastic at times but that just makes it better! One of the reasons I like it is because it introduces kinkajou who should TOTALLY have her own book, I was disappointed when she didn't. It also introduces Deathbringer who is amazing, and the rainwings (especially Kinkajou and Glory) are my favourite tribe. Also, I love how Glory isn't afraid to use her venom (or acid). Although I really like the dangerous gift, the hidden kingdom is still my favourite.
Clay and Starflight were annoying throughout this book... But it was nice seeing the rain-forest, Glory becoming queen, and Deathbringer and Glory's relationship, so... it was a good book.
The hidden kingdom is tied with TBN for third! I love Glorys point of view! GO GLORY! YEAH! So it was also fun seeing her win the RC (royal challenge) and watching her outcome as the youngest Queen.
This is overall my favorite book. Has my favorite character, and so much action and story. Yes, Glorybringer all da way and I totally don't get why some people don't like this book l:( It should at LEAST be on five.
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.
This was amazing. Another SeaWing heir got their own book! I personally think that Anemone should get one too. Anyway, Turtle's perspective was awesome and it was so good and I hope he gets Kinkajou because I can't believe what happened to him! This book was a great success!
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.
I think Turtle was a bit afraid of himself because he could have just told Darkstalker he is also an animus.Anemone should not get close to Darstalker because he is bad although he has good intentions.
Why do so many people hate this amazing book?!? Winter's life is so interesting. He was taught some, questionable things. And it gives us some backstory into what happened and why Winter is so prickly. This character is so complex and amazing. Except most people can't seem to see through the icy outer layer of this dragon. Winter is great. You just need to take a look beneath the scales.
This book is trash it took me a whole freaking week to read it. I sometimes just stopped reading because it was so boring. The boringest book in the whole series.
This book was wicked, I don't know why everyone dislikes it. And there is a event there too; finding his brother and learning Moon's "secret" AND we get to learn how much he dislikes but likes Qibli at the same time too!
I don't know why people hate this book. I love Winter and the plot is so eventful. It set up Book #8 in an interesting way and found a nice way to continue arc 2.
This is my second favourite! The second arc started out great with Moon rising but the took a drop with winter turning. But this made up for it. A lot of thing happened in this book like, ruby challenging her mother to the Thorne. Also ruby was actually tourmaline! Plus peril finding out about her farther. And also darkstalker coming out of jade mountain!
I love escaping peril because it really concludes Perils character. And mainly about The epilouge, "It felt like some one slithering over my grave". Said anemone.
DOn't DOn't DOn't!
Overall this is my favorite book for so many reasons. It's really nice to finally experience the books from Peril's point of view. It also sparked the second best ship ever-- Pertle!
So yeah. Peril haters, go kill Qibli.
That would erase two of my problems.
I don't know I don't really like Peril that much I feel like she's overrated, I like this book though because everything gets revealed in this book. Peril's father, Darkstalker, Queen Ruby's secret, Hailstorm(that might be in Winter turning I don't know I haven't read the books in a while)
Loved this book! favorite one in the whole third arc! First WoF book I ever read (I get it I didn't know there was a whole series) It was one of the scariest books in my opinion. Sundew is the definition of sassy. Literally second best book ever. (First is Darkstalker)
Most people liked this book because willow and sundews relationship! But it's was also a good book it had a great build up to climax
Ok, I know I said Escaping Peril was my favourite, but awesome is an understatement for this one. I don't care who Sundew wants to be with and she has to be my favourite character, (Peril is still one of my favourites though). But this book was awesome and I never expected Sundew to end up being friends with Cricket, Blue and even Swordtail. This book is my favourite and I can't wait for Luna's book to come out.
Easily the best book in arc 3. It advances the plot so much and the twists feel earned. What I really love though, is the Indiana Jones type vibe.
This book was so gory. Tui did alright at starting off the series. Hivitur being killed at the beginning is one of the most gory moments in the whole series. Over all it's my least favorite in arc one
This is the book that started it all. It has perfect storytelling and characters. For people who think other books are cool—those books won't be there if not for this book—right?
This was the book that changed my life. It has some of the best world-building I've ever seen. With an incredible mix of an exiting plot, fantastic characters and what every book always goes back to.
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 is trash. it took me 4 days to read it because so much I had to putt down the book and process what happened. For the first part of the book I didn't even know what the heck was happening this book is totally trash at the beginning, and less trash in the middle and end. Tui didn't do a good job at introducing a new setting, in fact this was the worst start of an arc ever. One of the only things I like about the book is my favorite ship Blicket for the win! I also don't like how Luna is always talking about Swordtail before he's even introduced I was literally just like "Who the heck is Swordtail?" So yeah that's my opinion. People who love this book please don't hate me.
OMG this is literally the best book because Blue is so entrusting in the laws and I like to see him break them. It is so cute when he meets Cricket and has a lot of different points of veiw. Lots of action. First one with a different contenint so it is nice to have a change.
Most people hate this book. But this book is really exciting. It wasn't the best in series but it was a great start to the third arch!
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!
The Dragonet Prophecy, The Lost Heir, The Hidden Kingdom, and The Brightest Night were all happy and stuff... Then The Dark Secret comes out and, man, is it dark. Starflight loosing his eyesight, Viper's death, the queen of the nightwings' death, and Starflight and Fatespeaker seeing what the nightwings are doing to the rainwings were really dark scenes... Making this book the 2nd best book in the series.
A lot of people hate this book, but I love it. It takes advantage of the setting not changing to kinda slow down before the finale and get some information. I LOVE Starflight and his arc here was SO inspiring. It left me with some great settup for Book #5 and it has the BEST final battle in the entire series.
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.
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
I love the Hive Queen because Cricket really relates to me! I think that the hate that the third ark gets is is unfair I loved the third ark! It was (in my opinion ) has the most mystery in! Although Legends like Darkstalker and Dragonslayer were pretty good too it's not an entire ark!
I was kind of disappointed when I read this. But when Cricket says how she feels about Blue it's just so happy. To be honest I never really cared for Cricket. I don't relate to her at all.
I loved the Hive Queen because I love Crickets personality its just like mine! Also she is just a great character and I love it.
Same with The Lost Contenent. cute couples that Blue and Cricket are I am addicted to reading the 11th one and 12th one because of Blicket
The book is okay, but I kind of feel like it was an unneeded book, after I read it I thought this has nothing to do with the series.
The absolute best WOF book to ever exist, no exaggeration, just the best, probably the best book I ever read there are over 300 great things about this book, no idea why people hate it, the book is brilliantly entertaining. A masterpiece!
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.
This book was AMAZING! I didn't particularly like bossy, Queen Wasp type Snowfall but the Gift of Vision entirely changed her! And as a bonus, the visions were super interesting! Like how Jerboa lll froze her OWN mother, and how SHE broke animus magic and Snowfall was able to UNDERSTAND HER (thanks to the blue vision) and see from her perspective instead of hunting her down and executing her immediately.
I also loved her and Lynx together. In my personal opinion, I think Lynx was a major impact on Snowfall, making her a little softer and helping her and giving advice. She's also hilarious as a bonus!
I think Opal made a very wise decision enchanting the ring to assist imperfect or unprepared queens, not just to benefit someone for a little while, but to make sure every future queen could learn from other dragons and be in their scales.
My favourite part was the end and her last two visions which, honestly, made me SO SAD I almost cried. I'd never think Glacier really like ...more
I love the plot, the character development and the cover. The cover's amazing.
And Snowfall. I started off...disliking her, but now she's my favourite. Plus Lynx.
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.
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
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.
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!
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.
My friends ALWAYS ask, are the Winglets evert WORTH READING? And me? Well, YES! I love the winglets, especially this one specifically. I'm a complete Foxflake fan through and through.
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- Casting Shadows (NightSand Hybrid)
Surprisingly, the only good Winglet we've had so far. It wanted to tell a short and simple, but compelling story and it did it. I am now a total Arcticslayer shipper.
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
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
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!
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
Nobody knows who Six-Claws is sad face I love his character and this book.
Look, this is just my opinion, but I think this book was garbage. The third arc in general wasn't great, but this was a mess and most of that is because Luna just isn't interesting. Her personality can be summed up to: I don't want to hurt anyone, and tapestries. Everything that happens in the book NEEDS to be compared to a tapestry. Another big problem is that the breath of evil turned from an intimidating force with little to no emotion to…a guy and a dragon underground, constantly arguing like children. They could have done so much with this idea, but it was not executed well. On top of this, the way they convinced "hope" the dragon underground to turn good was show her the absolute sappiest memories I have ever seen. Add all of this to the o get problems, such as Luna barely being relevant in fight scenes (Her cutting a vine doesn't count, even she admits that any silk wing could have done it), axolotles sole purpose being representation, most of the main characters just kind of ...more
I know what is going to happen in this book! reread ALL of the lost contenent books if you want to find out. Also, A NEW BOOK?!?! I have been looking at the dew date for like, EVERYDAY! If anyone is wondering, it is sadly march 1st. But STILL! A NEW BOOK!
Why does everyone hate this book, it's not that bad, it's quite good actually, just why why?
I think queen wasp is still alive anyone else?
Prisoners was a good book! I think this should be in top 5. But...my opinion! -Frost the IceWing/RainWing