For centuries there have been rumors of another continent on the dragons' planet -- another land far across the ocean, populated by tribes of dragons very different from those we know. But there's never been any evidence, and most dragons dismissed the rumors as fairy tales. Until now. Because it turns out the stories are true. And the other tribes are coming. ...
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The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire #11) Reviews
I've been reading this series ever since I was around eight and I pre-order each book half a year in advance. Each year I am not disappointed. I love this series so much and I really love the introduction to the new continent and the SilkWings, LeafWings and HiveWings! It was nice to be introduced to a new setting and world which you did not know. The world building, as always, was phenomenal and I love the new characters. The only thing that probably will continue to be disappointing in this se ...more
It was wonderful coming back to the series through fresh eyes. I certainly had fun exploring the world, as well as the new dragons, set up by the author. It was the best course of action to focus on three species of dragons in this new world as opposed to the six that were in the previous books, especially if we are going to bring the two continents together as hinted at in the end of the last book as well as the end of this book.
This series follows the wonderful pacing of the previous books, s ...more
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Ok, this was a good book, but definitely not Tui T. Sutherland's best book. I gave this three stars because the book (according to my kindle) only mentioned Moon 8 times and Qibli about 4 times. I was expecting this book to at least involve Moon, Qibli, and maybe Kinkajou in the plot, but it only mentioned Pantala and it's dragons. The story also didn't flow as well as the rest of the books, and barely held the time frame together correc ...more
Content: Some violence, but nothing particularly descriptive or gory. An immobilizing drug. It's mentioned that marriage partners are selected by officials, and that once a certain dragon was let out of captivity to father eggs, and then returned to captivity. No bad language.
Rating: 5 stars
Rating Reason: Exciting and engaging; amazing world-building; less cliche characters than the previous books.
I love how the book featured a completely new set of dragons and have a great story in the lost continent. Nice job! I hope to have another good book!
A refreshing reboot on a new continent and in a new arc. I loved the new tribes, although they were all very similar to RainWings in many respects.
The story was simple and straightforward and while this book is not perfectly self-contained, it has a satisfying wrap-up similar to book 1. I liked having Blue start out as complicit and comfortable with the system in place, and having to 'get woke' as it were - it establishes his values and helps guide his arc. I do think he has some growing to do ...more
Absolutely amazing. Words can't even begin to describe. If you're invested in the Wings of Fire series and love to see things come together, this is one of the best books you could ever read. Also, Clearsight. Just, Clearsight.
Oh, and Cricket is a great character.
SUPER AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CANT WAIT FOR BOOK 12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!