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The Lost Continent

For centuries there have been rumors of another continent on the dragons' planet -- another land far across the ocean, populated by tribes of dragons very different from those we know. But there's never been any evidence, and most dragons dismissed the rumors as fairy tales. Until now. Because it turns out the stories are true. And the other tribes are coming. ...

Title : The Lost Continent
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ISBN : 35965782
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 168 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Lost Continent Reviews

  • Megan | | MOONBLI 4 LIFE

  • Amber

    Yay!!! New dragons!!! I love love love this series. Yes, they are written for kids but the writing style is flawless, the plots are deep and full of unexpected twists, and there is plenty of blood and romance to keep me entertained. Seriously, you guys should read this series. If you love fantasy at all, I think you'll like these books. I'm so excited to see what happens next to our new set of dragonets from the Lost Continent! Ten out of five stars to The Lost Continent!

  • Kid Book Reviewer

    Thoughts: This book is the best in the series yet. When I started reading the first book in the third sub-series of Wings of Fire I expected it to be okay, however when I finished it was the best Wings of Fire book I've read yet. I love how Tui T. Sutherland used some attributes from past Wings of Fire characters to create new characters. For example, Cricket (one of the main characters) is a lot like Kinkajou form the past Wings of Fire books. Another thing that I enjoyed about The Lost Contine ...more

  • Charlotte

    The Lost Continent wasn't, of course, lost to the tribes of dragons who already lived there, and young readers who love all the care and attention paid to making each tribe of dragons distinct and special will love meeting three new varieties of dragon. It wouldn't be much of a story, though, if the three groups of dragons lived in harmony and nothing happened. So, as it is the case throughout the books, there is bitter and unjust conflict in which bad things happen to good dragons. There is als ...more

  • Caitlin

    I loved this one! I feel like Tui T. Sutherland did an amazing job with all of her sequels. I waited months for book 11 to come out and now I want a 12th. I started this series in 2nd grade when I was reading Harry Potter. Tui left the end at a cliffhanger so I assume she is going to make a 12th. Any who loves dystopian or fantasey books like Hunger games or Harry Potter will love this series.

  • Sriya Mudumba

  • Connor

    So wow, I'm really loving all the new things introduced in their next arc of the Wings of Fire series. This one takes place at the same time as the tenth book, and I definitely don't recommend trying to jump into the series here. You should definitely go back and read from the beginning. I also highly suggest you read the prequel, Darkstalker before you read this one.

    Now with that out of the way, I loved the new types of dragons brought into our journey through the world of Wings of Fire. They'

  • Ms. Yingling

    Copy provided by Young Adult Books Central

    Blue and his sister Luna are very close to going through metamorphosis, after which they will be given jobs and have a very different life. Blue is a rule follower and thinks that his life in Pantala is pretty good. Sure, it would be nice if the HiveWings were nicer and the SilkWings had more freedom, and if his father hadn't disappeared right after his birth, but those are minor issues compared to safety and order. When Luna starts to feel poorly while