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Dragonslayer

Wings of Fire: Legends
Narrated by: Shannon McManus
Series: Wings of Fire: Legends, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 44 mins
4.9 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For decades dragons have wondered how three small scavengers managed to kill Queen Oasis. Until now.

Travel back to before the War of SandWing Succession, and experience Pyrrhia as we've never seen it before - through the eyes of humans.

©2020 Scholastic Inc. (P)2020 Scholastic Inc.

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I love it

This is the best book in the whole series fantastic love it so so much

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best book ever😀😃

this is the best book and i enjoyed it, recommend it for children aged 8-13,

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great book love the different perpective

i have always loved the wings of fire books and this book is no different although it is not the same as the others. from the perspective of scavingers ( humans) its very different from the other books but still as great.

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great book!

so good just like the other wings of fire books. The story and description is amazing and the narrator is pretty good with different voices for all the characters. Worth the listen!

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  • Tiffany Rohdenburg
  • 17-04-2020

Oh my word YES!!!

I love Wings of Fire so much and this book just adds onto the story, great read! I really hope that Tui makes a squeal otherwise I will NEED the scavengers in the main story. FANWINGS UNITE!!!!

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  • Brandi H
  • 03-03-2020

WoF Superfan

I LOVE Wings of Fire! I remember when I first discovered it. I was scrolling through Epic! (A book app for kids) when I came across a Wings of Fire book. It just so happened to be the Darkstalker one. I tapped on it. It was about halfway through the book when I realized this was not the first book. This was the side series. I found The Dragonet Prophecy and was instantly hooked. And, after reading all the books three times, I’d have to say, the first book is my least favorite. I have actually been putting signs up everywhere saying ‘PLEASE READ WINGS OF FIRE’! I got two of my friends into it and (crazy surpriseingly) I found someone by the same name as mine, and when I asked her if she liked books she said: “I love books! I’ve been thinking about writing Wings Of Fire book 14 since it hasn’t come out yet!” I remember just sitting there staring at her with my mouth open. Then a few flies buzzed to close to my face and I closed it. I am an actual Superfan. I’m writing fan fiction, I’ve hand made a bookmark, I own all the books, I’ve made about twenty posters and drawings of characters from the books, and I’m making my own comic book. So, if you can’t tell, I love Wings of Fire! —Page of the MythWings

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  • edaley
  • 25-07-2020

Fabulous!

I love this book so much I give you a whole new perspective on the series and has a great plot it may be my favorite book in the series! It is great and I listen to it in one day I just couldn’t stop! It’s a really good book and I usually don’t like books .

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  • Brett Lederle
  • 06-07-2020

WOW

Amazing This is the best book of Wings Of Fire yet! Loved it so Much!

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  • Jackie Dearden
  • 31-05-2020

best series ever!! need more thou, can't wait for

loved it! want for more. I loved it so much I've finished it in 4 months!

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  • Markus
  • 29-07-2020

pretty confusing

I had a hard time keeping up with this book, the constant shifting PoVs made things confusing, as a typical Wings of Fire book tends to stick to one main PoV with one character. Good concept, poor execution.

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  • korrin quinn
  • 20-05-2020

Wtf

what the frick... I just bought this and is only giving me the sample this is BS

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  • Ashley Attisha
  • 06-05-2020

Wings of fire is amazing!

It is one of the best books ever and there should be more books like it.

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  • LCalhoun
  • 17-05-2020

Pretty Good

This book really great, but there are two things that are annoying/confusing- Why are the kids played in annoying voices. And the plot of this story doesn’t fit with the dragon part, I understand that dragon years might be longer than human years though.

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  • Kaylee
  • 09-05-2020

This is amazing!!!

This is absolutely in my opinion the best audio book in the world! I own the real book as well and I was tracking it in the book while reading the audiobook!

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  • airtraffic007
  • 24-04-2020

Summary is deceiving

Over all, it's a good book. But, unlike what the summary would make you believe, the book is not set before the war. It actually takes place while the war is still going on. Really, all you get is the epilogue, which is only about when the three scavengers fight queen oasis, and who really killed the dragon. I hope I'm not coming off too harsh, but the summary doesn't give you a good idea on what to expect from the book.

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  • CB
  • 18-09-2020

Thoroughly enjoyable for new and old fans alike.

A lovely book filled with action, funny moments suspence, and thrill. "Dragonslayer" was a long awaited book in the Wings of Fire Series, and it was sure worth the wait. A brand new perspective with fresh characters on the continent of Pyrrhia. The writing was excellent; no plot holes I could make out, and the performance of the voice actor was magnificent. Each character in "Dragonslayer," human or dragon, was easy to fall in love with - or hate with a burning passion. Take General Sandstorm for example. You can feel the self-importance and snootieness coming off that SandWing in waves. And Sky - Peril's lost brother (although this is never mentioned in the book, I'm almost sure this was confirmed by Sutherland,) is such a wholesome little bean who loves snails, and you'd kill all of the Kingdom of Sand to protect him. Everything in this book was perfect - I'm dying to see the conclusion of Leaf, Wren, Sky and the other's adventures. And not to mention that astounding cover art! Tui, you have done a WONDERFUL job with this book. Very excited to see your next one, although don't rush a masterpiece!