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Publisher's Summary

The Dragonets struggle to fulfill the prophecy and - somehow - end the war in this thrilling new installment of the best-selling Wings of Fire series!

It all comes down to this: The Dragonets of Destiny must finally bring the epic war to an end, reconcile the seven tribes, choose the next queen of Pyrrhia, and make it out alive.

©2014 Tui T. Sutherland (P)2016 Scholastic Inc.

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Probably the best of the first five books

The first half of the series concludes with this book, overall five books turned out to be very surprisingly good listens, very entertaining and enjoyable with good humor and loveable characters. Story has some nice twists throughout the series though usually predictable but some are nicely hidden, with just enough darkness and seriousness to be a entertaining to older listener.
This book turned out to be my favorite of the series though not focused on my favorite character and I really liked and enjoyed the ending and build up.
Definitely worth a listen if your a fan of fantasy of dragons.

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  • 06-02-17

More Happening than the previous book

Coming from the Starflight Show to this book was such a stark contrast. They really are opposites! All throughout this story, Sunny is flinging herself into danger and action left and right. To be honest, it's a little breathtaking when the last book was just Starflight deciding whether he should be an unmoving statue or an unmoving potato for a couple hundred minutes.

What's more, this is a completely satisfying conclusion to the series, if you want it. It ends here, as Tui Sutherland intended, but the rest of the books keep going on if you haven't had enough.

Those are my thoughts. This was a good story.

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The Brightest Night Review by Lily

I loved this book it was very informative and very very good wings of fire is my favourite series of all time and you are my favourite author of all time to I am really looking forward to the next books in the series to .!

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amaizing

this is and may most likely continue to be the best book series I have ever gotten on. I plan to finish everything.

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Book 5 Wings of Fire

Very good conclusion to the first 4 books. Great Series my kids like it as much as I do :)

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Great end to the first arc

This is a great book with a great reader. This series is a like a young adult Game of Thrones, but with a great moral on friendship and working together.

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  • 06-30-18

Awesome!

This is an amazing book!
I really liked how Sunny escaped from Burn’s weridling tower.
But I think it could improve about the scavengers.
Anyway over all I think this book is awesome!