The dragon descriptions at the start of Wings of Fire audiobook 1: The Dragonet Prophecy are really interesting; Sandwings, Mudwings, Skywings, Seawings, Icewings, Rainwings–and the mysterious Nightwings. Promising to redefines middle-grade fantasy fiction for a new generation!
Wings of Fire audiobook 1: The Dragonet Prophecy
For decades, the seven dragon tribes have been at odds, embroiled in an everlasting conflict over an ancient, hidden treasure. The Talons of Peace, a covert movement, is determined to put a stop to the bloodshed with the assistance of a prophesy – a foretelling that requires enormous sacrifice. To fulfill the prophecy, five dragonets are gathered, nurtured in a subterranean cave, and conscripted against their will to end the horrible battle. However, not every dragonet desires a destiny. And when the chosen five escape their subterranean prisoners to seek their natural homes, the dragon world may be subjected to far more than the revolutionary planners expected… Wings of Fire audiobook 1: The Dragonet Prophecy is full with turmoil, but it also displays amazing camaraderie, devotion, and sacrifice—and Clay is hilarious, loving, and ferocious.
You’ve spent your entire existence being reared with four other dragonets. You’ve only ever known one thing. Your keepers are not your parents, but rather other, more stern dragons who train you to battle and that you will one day fulfill a destiny as part of a prophesy. You never see the sky, and your caretakers are severe, if not cruel. After finding that one of you is unworthy for the prophesy and will be killed, you join together with the other four dragonets – the only genuine family you’ve ever known – and plan an escape. The problem is that you’ve jumped from the frying pan into the fires of conflict in the outside world.
Wings of Fire audiobook 1: The Dragonet Prophecy is a novel that everyone will like. It addresses mature issues like as murder, war, death, and the brutality we are all capable of. Concepts that we frequently insulate youngsters from. Children, on the other hand, will astound you; they comprehend far more than you realize. There are, however, more kid-friendly themes. We’ve all wondered, “Why is my body acting strangely?” or “How do I tell my pals I would die to defend them without appearing clingy?” Friendship, empathy, uniqueness, and togetherness all come together to form an outstanding debut novel.
Wings of Fire audiobook 1: The Dragonet Prophecy looks to be the first book of a middle-grade series. It’s too young to be called a Young Adult, and it’s surely not elementary. While it is suitable for reading aloud, there is considerable violence and a few details of war’s aftermath that may offend younger readers. There is a clear resolution, yet it is clear that there is more to come.
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