Darkstalker

Darkstalker

Book - 2016
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Long before the SandWing and the Dragonet Prophecy, Darkstalker, half NightWing and half IceWing, is hatched under the three moons--born into a divided heritage, he is destined to become the most powerful and dangerous dragon Pyrhhia will ever know, and it will take the combined efforts of a SeaWing named Fatham and a NightWing seer named Clearsight to come up with a way to save all the kingdoms from his anger.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2016
Characteristics: 366 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781338053616
Call Number: J FICTION SUTHERLAND WINGS LEGENDS

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weerdness
May 03, 2019

This book reveals so much I didn't know about Darkstalker! I regret reading it after the tenth book, but it's great anyway! I hope there will be more Wings of Fire Legends books in the future :)

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izzyfur
Feb 10, 2019

This book is AMAZING!! There is a fair amount of death and gore (warning) But it is a great book and my favourite in the series!! Defiantly worth a read!!

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mauve_mink_29
Dec 01, 2018

I love how Darkstalker can do anything (such as reading minds and maybe seeing the future?), even though sometimes he does seem a bit too overpowered. There are some gruesome scenes that may not be appropriate for younger people, such as a time when one dragon (okay, it's Prince Arctic) rips out his insides with his own talons. That's totally not fair, and I'm sure many of us WoF fans can agree that that was just cruel and wrong. But, all in all, I'm definitely hoping that Tui writes some more legends, because this is an awesome book!

The first chapter from Fathom's perspective is pretty cool although they have that in Talons of Power too.
It's SO gross on what happens to Arctic

Ending's really sad though

#Darkstalker=Evil?
#I'm confused
#What the heck

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climbTheStairs
Jul 26, 2018

The whole series is very nice, but this book stands out as one of the best. It depicts the protagonist so he can be seen both as a hero and a villain. The ending was very well written--sad, but deeply touching.

Wow, this is a great book. I find it cool to read a book through a villains eyes. It would be so cool to read minds. :) However it was a bit disturbing to read about a dragon ripping himself apart.

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red_dog_17354
Apr 02, 2018

O.M.G. BEST BOOK EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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JulieBuffy
Apr 02, 2018

Love how they show the bad guy's side of the story . Great author, book, and series.

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nottherealethen
Feb 23, 2018

Okay, so, if the NightWing puninsula eroded THAT MUCH...Why didn't ANYTHING else? I mean, the RainWing islands are still there, same with the IceWing and SeaWing islands. SERIOUSLY!

Although, don't get me wrong, THIS IS A GREAT BOOK.

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thesupermanleague
Dec 08, 2017

I havent read this book yet, but by all the other Wings of Fire series I can tell this book is going to be a good book, especially by Tui's talent with writing books. I cannot wait to be able to read this book!

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izzyfur
Feb 10, 2019

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Dec 25, 2018

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KMMacfarlane
Dec 15, 2018

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climbTheStairs
Jan 20, 2018

climbTheStairs thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 99

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Nov 22, 2017

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Apr 15, 2017

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Mar 08, 2017

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Other: Depressing at the end.

Frightening or Intense Scenes: Arctic rips himself apart

Violence: Arctic rips himself apart,

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climbTheStairs
Dec 01, 2017

Violence: Many dragons die, and one even rips himself apart. Not for children under the age of 6.

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climbTheStairs
Dec 01, 2017

Other: Depressing and sad ending.

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Kyndaljoy
Jul 24, 2017

Violence: There is a bit of violence, a dragon disembowels himself after cutting out his tongue against his will. Though you have to consider that no one likes him.

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Darkstalker

This story is cool because it is set 2,000 years before any of the books. It switches perspectives from a NightWing with mind-reading, prophecy, and animus powers. There is also a SeaWing who is an animus, and witnesses a sad and gruesome event at the beginning of the book. This also has the perspective of Clearsight, a NightWing with amazing prophecy powers. This book has different reactions based on the people who read it, but Arctic killing himself is kind of gross, and the ending is really sad. I like this book, but it's a little bit crazy.

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Mr_Han
Oct 17, 2016

If I were Clearsight, I think I would have done what she sis in the book. I thought Darkstalker wasn't evil but he did horrible things I thought he would never do. :( Indigo I though was a nice dragon until she met Darkstalker and had body guard training. She married Fathom in secrecy at the end. YAAAAAAAY :D

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vivianhughes
Jul 10, 2016

Clearsight and Darkstalker seam perfect for each other. When with their hearts set on different futures, things get complicated, and a little scary.

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"Good bye, my dearest love." Clearsight to Darkstalker

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climbTheStairs
Jan 20, 2018

SPOILERS

"Now. Take your talons, rip open your stomach, and show us what you're really like on the inside. Pour out your life on this stage." - To his father, Arctic

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