So good! When Starflight has to make a hard choice, it depends on him to make the right decision.
Wings of Fire Book Four: The Dark Secret
By Tui T. Sutherland
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 7||Grades 3 - 6||n/a||5.5||66994|
In the shadows, trouble is brewing. . .
The mysterious NightWings keep everything hidden, from their home and their queen to their allegiance in the war. Now they've kidnapped their own dragonet of destiny, and Starflight is finally meeting the rest of his tribe -- whether he wants to or not.
The NightWings have also kidnapped several innocent RainWings, now trapped in the dark, barren, miserable place that is the NightWing kingdom. Starflight wants to help the RainWings, but he's busy saving his own scales and trying to find a way back to his friends. The fate of two kingdoms rests in his talons, and with no one to save him, Starflight will have to find a way to be brave . . . before it's too late.
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I do not have this book but I want to read it, it seems interesting.
Amazing book I love the wings of fire series! ! ! ! Right now I'm on book 13 and so far it's really good
Starflight is captured by his own tribe and forced through a series of tests that will determine if he is valuable enough to live. He has never been brave or courageous, and he is forced to try new things away from the safety of his friends who now think he has betrayed them. Starflight must be brave for the first time in his life, or risk his friends, the prophecy, and his own life.
I will say that I most certainly enjoyed this more than The Hidden Kingdom, but I didn't feel it reached the first two, which I thought were great. The start was once again very slow. It took quite a bit of time setting up. I thought The Night Kingdom would have been much action packed, but instead there was a lot of Starflight wandering around with Fatespeaker and not taking matters into their own hands (claws?). That being said, the slow start was bearable since we had a great narrator. I found Starflight to be a very relatable character. I'm not sure if it was intended, but I found him kind of funny in a way the other characters weren't. I love that he was slightly self deprecating but never whiny. The climax was extremely exciting, and I loved the reveal at the end. I had a ton fun after I got into it, and as far as the Starflight/Sunny romance, I thought it was very cute. The scenes in which the dragons are threatened by a volcano and earthquakes are fearsome. I'm looking forward to seeing how the author wraps all this up in the next book. Can we please get some more Deathbringer? I felt like he stole every scene he was in and I think Starflight and Deathrbinger would be good friends. My one nitpick I had is that each book started developing a different character, and right when we started to feel like we knew that character and got invested in the story, the book would end and then the problems that character had would be abandoned in the next book without us getting resolution. What happened to Peril? What about Tsunami's family? How is Glory faring as queen? I'm worried all of my questions won't be answered in the final book. Nevertheless, I found this very fun with a narrator I could easily connect with. Some issues, but still a good addition to the story.
In the fourth book of Wings of Fire, Starflight is captured and dragged to the Night Kingdom, by his own tribe no less! They are nothing near what Starflight thought they were. The Nightwings have many secrets, including one that tempers with fate itself. Will Starflight be able to survive? Or will a powerful force take his life?
I think there should be a age limit because its a bit violent for lil kids, I mean all of them do, but anyway its AMAZING!
I wanted to read it because I read book 1 2 and 3 and they were amazing I liked that it had lots of action and that some dragons die so if you like action I would recommend It