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
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Blue and his sister Luna are very close to going through metamorphosis, after which they will be given jobs and have a very different life. Blue is a rule follower and thinks that his life in Pantala is pretty good. Sure, it would be nice if the HiveWings were nicer and the SilkWings had more freedom, and if his father hadn't disappeared right after his birth, but those are minor issues compared to safety and order. When Luna starts to feel poorly while ...more
Great way to set up more books. The characters are very interesting. Excited for book 12.
Edit: I forgot to mention I preordered this book in January, and it came to me way earlier than I expected. That’s why I finished it days before the 26th :)
Another great book by Tui! I’ve just finished The Lost Continent, a good read but lacking I certain departments.
Still, it’s a great start to the new set of books, and seeing a dystopian like society with a main character that isn’t against the system at the start is a breath of fresh air.
Blue’s perspective on the Queen Wasp’s leadership cha ...more
Couldn't put it down, as usual. Sutherland does something few writers can do. She creates a new realm within her realm and continues to offer compelling stories. What other series (besides Harry Potter) draws both me and my 12y.o.?
When I finished this one (in under 24 hours, as usual), I had to go back to the epilogues on the last two books to sort everything out in my head. A beginning snippit, like "previously on..." for TV shows, would have been nice.
I'm so glad everyone in my household cont ...more
Thoughts: This book is the best in the series yet. When I started reading the first book in the third sub-series of Wings of Fire I expected it to be okay, however when I finished it was the best Wings of Fire book I've read yet. I love how Tui T. Sutherland used some attributes from past Wings of Fire characters to create new characters. For example, Cricket (one of the main characters) is a lot like Kinkajou form the past Wings of Fire books. Another thing that I enjoyed about The Lost Contine ...more
SUPER AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CANT WAIT FOR BOOK 12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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