Reviewed by Vivian Hurst, grade 6, Whitefish Middle School.
This is a review on Wings of Fire. The author of Wings of Fire is Tui T. Sutherland and illustrator Mike Holmes. Sutherland wants Wings of Fire to be friendship, impossible expectations, and a world at war. The first 10 books take place in Pyrrhia and the books 11,12, and 13 take place in Pyrrhia, so these books go all over the place.
There are a lot of great characters in Whings of Fire who are Clay, Tsunami, Glory, Starflight, Sunny, Fatespeaker, Moonwatcher (Moon), Kinkajou, Deathbringer, Riptide, Anemone, Tamrin, Peril, Qibli, Winter, Unber, Flame, Turtle, Sundew, Willow, Luna, Swordtail, Blue, Cricket, Whiteout, Snowfall, Hazel, Darkstalker, Clearsight, Fathom, Indigo, Peacemaker, Bumblebee, and a lot more dragons. Did you know there are over 2,000 characters in Wings of Fire.
There are 15 books, but there are other books like the Wings of Fire: Legends. The message you can take from this book is to use desire, belief and expectations to achieve your goals. Of all the great characters my favorite character is Whiteout because I like how nice and peaceful she is and she is smart too. Wings of Fire is the best book in my opinion and if you love dragons, fun, adventure, and friendship you will like this book.