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  • The Poison Jungle

    Many say that the Wings of Fire series is best for young readers, or ages ten to thirteen, but as a now-seventeen-year-old who fell in love with this series at the age of nine, I will tell you that Wings of Fire is a great series for readers beyond that age. While the writing is targetted at a younger age group, a book does not need to have mature content for it to be enjoyed by someone fourteen or older. I met a middle-aged woman who could not get enough of the Warrior Cats series, despite being twenty years over the recommended age group. This book has a great storyline, interesting characters, and appeals to many audiences and personalities. After a while reading only teen books, I felt the need to read more Wings of Fire, atleast to know what happened next. I was thinking that I would have to push through it, since I had "grown out of it," but as I read, I could not stop. It was so refreshing to just read a good book without mature content that, overall, was not needed. It was FUN. Many take for granted the innocent playfulness of a book targetted at a younger age group. You do not need to be twelve to enjoy a well-written young readers book. I should know; I'm seventeen, and I loved reading this book! So don't feel childish if you are fourteen or older and love Wings of Fire; just keep loving it as you have loved it when you were ten. With love to Tui T. Sutherland, Autumn

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  • Sundew (Perfect atitude)

    Sundew was amazingly displayed in this book. Her personality was perfect and her way of "betrayal" was explained perfectly. Tui amazed me by introducing the cute ship (Sundew and Willow). This ship, Tui had simply nailed. It was cute, pushy and lots more! But most IMPORTANTLY, Sundew's thoughts. These were also amazing and explained so much about Sundew's love towards Willow. Anyway onto the next part of the review. This book was full of mystery-action and suspense. This story was one of my favourites in the whole series. I loved the mystery of the breath of evil and the weird sculpting dragon. Tui had definitely put in a great effort into this book and have filled us with joy by releasing this book. The personality of each dragon was still the same but even better because we gotta to know about how Sundew felt about dragons. I totally enjoyed this book and you will too! Despite the age rating and all. I still recommend this for any reader, whether they understand it or not. I am definitely expecting another arc from Tui because I sure am not done with this series. There still is a long way to go till I get bored of this series. So, to the big and small readers out there...go and read WoF!!!

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  • This secret is REALLY deadly

    In this book, we discover Wasp's secret and that she is working with the breath of evil. Wasp can now control SilkWings and LeafWings as well, just by burning the breath of evil's roots and making everyone breathe them in. Queen Sequoia is one of the LeafWings now under Wasp's control. Princess Hazel has discovered a map to Phyrria in The Book Of Clearsight, and Io has gathered as many Chrysalis members a she could, but only managed to get 200. Turtle has drawn a copy of the map, so Io can get as many others as possible. Sundew, Queen Hazel, Cricket, Bumblebee, 200 SilkWings and some of the LeafWings are heading to Pantala, where Luna is. Cricket is sad because Blue and Swordtail are being mind-controlled, but it is for the best. Read the book to find out more!

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    103 of 141 people found this review helpful

  • Amazing book!

    As always, Tui impresses all of her wings of fire fans by writing another wonderfull book. This time from Sundew's point of view. Sundew is a young, resourceful and intellegent leafwing. All her life she's known one thing, and that one thing is revenge on queen Wasp and the whole hivewing tribe. With some help from friends, she discovers new people, places and new threats that she has to handle. Do you think she can save Pantala from queen Wasp and her army of zombie hivewings? I really hope you enjoy this book as much as I did (because i sure did!) Have a great day/night!

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  • Soooo good

    I thought this book had more than one reason to be bought or borrowed... It was fantastic! the part when wasp turned out to be working with the... Wait i'm not supposed to spoil, but still it was a really good book and I 100% recommend it for all ages!

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