The Dragonet ProphecyBook - 2012
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Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
violet_chicken_483 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 6 and 13
emilyshih2010_rpl thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over
orange_turtle_443 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Violence: some killing dragons and blood. read this if you're ok with this kind of stuff.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: This has some scary things (Like how Fjord died) but it's ok to read.
Other: May be rated Everyone 10+ if app or game, or PG if movie, because of intense and frightening scenes, violence, rude humor, and killing.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: This series may seem fluffy, but don't let that fool you. There are some dark themes and scenes that get devolved throughout the series. Not recommended for anyone under the age of 12.
Violence: There is some slashing and clashing (and face melting, betrayal and getting hugged to death (literally)) but as long as you don't have a super vivid imagination you'll be fine.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: It's quite intense when they, spoiler alert, escape from Queen Scarlet's arena. Not recommended for light reading.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Peril: "Come on, you have to eat." Clay: "Why?" Peril: "Because if you die, I won't get to kill you."
Also: Peril: "You won't do that... Kill yourself, will you?" Clay: "No..." Peril: "Oh, good. I'd much rather kill you fair and square."
P.S. I don't have the book now so the quote may not be exact. Just to warn you.
"Oh no! Our mother is dead, and the treasure is gone. But worst of all, none of us killed her- so who should be queen now?"
Tsunami whirled to glare at Starflight, her gills pulsing.
"Say that to my face."
"I am saying it to your face," he said. "Or was I saying it to your rear end? It's easy to get the two confused."
SummaryAdd a Summary
Clay and his friends (Tsunami, Glory, Starflight and Sunny) have been trapped under a mountain for the whole six years of their life so far. Tsunami is desperate to get out and see the world for real, but Clay doesn't think they're ready. But, as always, Tsunami is very convincing and convinces the others to make a plan. Just as Clay and Tsunami finally escape and are going back to help their friends out, they come face-to-face with the evil SkyWing queen, Queen Scarlet. They escape, but she follows their smoke signal and captures them all. Her soldiers take them back to the SkyWing palace and the queen forces them to fight the other prisoners. It's kill or die. Finally, with Glory's RainWing venom, they distract Queen Scarlet and escape. But will they escape to another safe place...or be prisoners once again? Read this book to find out!
Five random dragonets are chosen to save the world from a terrible war. Everyone is counting on them, but they have no idea what they are supposed to do. They live in an underground cave with three other dragons. But when their guardians threaten to kill one of them, they decide to escape. They become prisoners, and realize just how big the world is...
Do you like books with dragons, prophecies, and war? If you do this book is for you. I highly recommended it.
The seven dragon tribes have been in war for years. There is a prophecy that says five dragonets will come and chose a new SandWing queen (Blister, Blaze or Burn) since the death of the sisters’ mother, Queen Oasis. The dragonets have been hidden in a cave for their whole life’s’ and are supposed to come out and save the world at the 20th year of the war.
Tsunami (the SeaWing dragonet) thinks the dragonets should escape from there guardian and save the world sooner and find their family.
Clay (the MudWing dragonet) is not so sure about leaving the cave and guardian. Dragons in Pyrrhia would love to get their claws on the dragonets and kill them to ruin the prophecy.
Will Clay chose to follow the prophecy and wait two more long years or make this own destiny?
Join this claw fighting adventure with Clay and the rest of the dragonets! This series has five more books. Keep an eye out for “The lost Heir”
If you like this book you may also like “Warriors”. Tui T. Sutherland (the author of Wings of Fire) is one of the six authors of the “Warriors” series.
I hope you enjoy this book!
The dragonets are coming, they're coming to save the day. They're here to fight, they know what's right, the dragonets hooray!
the dragonets of the prophecy have lived in a cave their whole lives, never experiencing the outside world. Apart from a few objects their guardians bring back they don't even know what it looks like! One day Clay, Glory, Tsunami, Sunny and Starflight decide to escape. Little do they know that this one decision will change their lives forever.
Follow clay as he escapes from his cave, runs in to the queen of the sky wings and even meets a dragon with burning scales!
Gladiator fights were never so good!