The Dragonet Prophecy (Wings of Fire #1) Themes & Motifs

Tui T. Sutherland
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Hope

This novel's characters are all dragons with human-like emotions and relationships. Like humans, the dragons grasp any semblance of hope in difficult situations. The dragons are hopeful that the war will end, a specific dragon will become queen, and their family will reunite.

In the fantasy novel's world, three daughters (Burn, Blister, and Blaze) are vying for control of their kingdom after their mother's death. The entire world has been embroiled in war with various dragon tribes forming alliances and many dying for their cause. While many of the dragons are willing to fight to the death to support their choice for queen, others are holding onto the hope that the war will come to an end. A NightWing dragon named Morrowseer issued a prophecy that five dragonets from specific tribes would eventually be responsible for ending the war, and this prophecy is a symbol of...

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