Dragonslayer, Softcover, #2

Item# 9781338214611
$9.49
This special edition of the #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series takes readers back in time to Pyrrhia, offering a fresh perspective. In the shadow of wings,... Read more

This special edition of the #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series takes readers back in time to Pyrrhia, offering a fresh perspective. In the shadow of wings, humans fight for survival. Ivy distrusts her father, the Dragonslayer, who conceals secrets. Leaf, fueled by vengeance, aims to slay dragons. Wren, scarred by betrayal, trusts no one except her dragon friend, Sky. As dragons and humans collide, their intertwined fates may bring about a new future of hope.

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This special edition of the New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series takes readers on a journey back in time to Pyrrhia, offering a fresh perspective.

Amidst the presence of powerful wings, humans struggle to survive. Ivy remains skeptical of the Dragonslayer, despite his status as her father and the revered leader of Valor. She suspects he harbors secrets, including the true nature of the treasure obtained from the sand dragon he defeated twenty years ago. Leaf, on the other hand, holds a deep distrust of dragons, blaming them for the death of his beloved sister, Wren. He is determined to vanquish even a single dragon. Wren, having experienced betrayal from her own kind, has abandoned her trust in humans after narrowly escaping a sacrificial offering to the dragons. She finds solace in her friendship with Sky, a small yet remarkable mountain dragon, and sees no need for other companionship.

In a world dominated by dragons, humans often go unnoticed as they scurry about. However, Ivy, Leaf, and Wren will soon intersect with dragons in ways that could shape the future of both species. Is it possible for a new era to emerge, one in which humans can gaze skyward with hope rather than fear?

Information

Brand: Scholastic Inc.

Publisher Date: 09/01/2021

Author: Tui Sutherland

Dimensions: 7.75 x 5.25

UPC: 9781338214611

Ages: 8-12 years

Pages: 512