The Lost Heir, Wings of Fire Book Review

Author: Tui. T Sutherland

The lost Heir is from Tsunami’s Point of View, a Sea Wing dragonet part of the Great Dragonet Prophecy.

She can’t believe it’s finally happening. Tsunami and her fellow dragonets of destiny are journeying under the water to the great SeaWing Kingdom. Stolen as an egg from the Royal Hatchery, Tsunami is eager to meet her future subjects and reunite with her mother, Queen Coral.

But Tsunami’s return to the home she never knew doesn’t go quite the way she has always imagined. Queen Coral welcomes her with open wings, but a mysterious assassin has been killing off the queen’s heirs for years, and Tsunami may be the next victim. The dragonets came to the sea Kingdom for protection, but this ocean hides secrets, treachery-and perhaps even death.

The Lost Heir is the sequel to the book “The Dragonet Prophecy,” and second book in the Wings of Fire series.

I would rate this book 10 out of 10, as it is deeply captivating, and has had me reading it for hours. The plot is completely unpredictable-the “mysterious assassin” was really a marble sculpture, enchanted to murder the queen’s heirs. Who enchanted it-even more unpredictable, I would never have guessed who did it. The animus dragon was mentioned briefly in following chapters, but no-one would have guessed that Orca, Queen Coral’s first daughter, enchanted it. Orca challenged her mother for the throne when she was only seven years old, almost winning, but eventually lost, therefore resulting in her untimely death.

The main theme in this book is-fantasy, dragons & monarchy; under the ocean. The book is incredibly humorous.

My favourite part of the book is -page 35.

“You said,’Hey, sparkling teeth, I totally love three of your claws but not the others,and I wish your nose was a herring so I could eat it, and also your wings sound like sharks snoring.”

-Riptide

It’s my favourite part because it is so funny.

To conclude, The Lost Heir and the other Wings of Fire books are my absolute favourite book series, except maybe apart from The Floods by Colin Thompson, which is also incredibly funny because the author has such a great sensation of humor. (And Mr. Thompson is also very good at being sarcastic and very funny at the exact same time)

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