The Hidden Kingdom (Wings of Fire #3) Themes & Motifs

Tui T. Sutherland
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Acting on Instinct

Instincts are internal feelings that prompt one to take action without giving a lot of thought to a situation. Sometimes, instincts are a natural reflex and a means of self-preservation, such as a person who jerks back from a hot surface before registering the danger or the pain. The main characters of this novel are dragons, and they have instincts based on their collective knowledge as individual tribes and personal experiences. While most of these instincts are a means of self-preservation, those based on desire are not always in the best interests of the dragons.

Most dragon tribes have a means of fighting and defending themselves, such as the barb that is on the tip of a SandWing's tail. The SandWing of the group of dragonets is named Sunny. She does not have the barb. In spite of Sunny not having a barb and...

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