The Dark Secret MOBI Ê The Dark PDF \ Hardcover

The Dark Secret MOBI Ê The Dark PDF \ Hardcover


    The Dark Secret MOBI Ê The Dark PDF \ Hardcover doesn t have mindreading powers like his tribe, and he doesn t understand why they re so secretive No one has ever even seen the NightWing queenBut now Starflight is the dragonets only hope he must find a way to negotiate with his fellow NightWings to free the RainWing dragons they ve captured, and perhaps end the war in Pyrrhia altogether Starflight is the smartest of the dragonets but is he brave enough to speak up Or will he falter in his mission, and accidentally betray them all."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Dark Secret
  • Tui T. Sutherland
  • 10 November 2019
  • 0545349214

10 thoughts on “The Dark Secret

  1. Se Se says:

    My mind is blown This series was taken to a whole new level The big plot twist at the end was insane


  2. Lanie Lanie says:

    Nope Sorry Can t review properly It s Fan girl time XDXDXDXD omg omg omg omg that ending Best one yet D D D D I freaking love these books Each dragonent is just so wonderful The cultures, the characters, the writing This gal can write, let me tell you Dialogue is top notch here, seriously Some authors just can t to it But she does And she does it well I can not wait for book five Finally it ll be time for sweet little sunny to shine How will the dragonet s of destiny ever get Nope Sorry Can t review properly It s Fan girl time XDXDXDXD omg omg omg omg that ending Best one yet D D D D I freaking love these books Each dragonent is just so wonderful The cultures, the characters, the writing This gal can write, let me tell you Dialogue is top notch here, seriously Some authors just can t to it But she does And she does it well I can not wait for book five Finally it ll be time for sweet little sunny to shine How will the dragonet s of destiny ever get out of this mess Recommended to anyone who loves adventure, epic fantasy, and of course, dragons XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD Omg omg omg Loved loved loved.Ok Sorry Done freaking out now I promise, I m really way better at this reviewing critical reading than this shows But who cares Omg, that ending Cue dramatic music D fucking epic


  3. Kayla (BOOKadoodles) Kayla (BOOKadoodles) says:

    4.5 stars Loveee the audiobook narration, definitely going to continue listening to this series ASAP This is shaping up to be one of my all time favorite middle grade series for sure The character development is on point, and I am here for it.


  4. RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess) RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess) says:

    5 stars.


  5. Margaret Lea Margaret Lea says:

    I loved it, but the beginning was really annoying to read I got bored with it, until I really got into the book, and then it was like, EPIC.


  6. Jasmine Jasmine says:

    It turns out what is necessary for me to ship romances is a BUNCH OF BAD STUFF HAPPENING Cause whooo yikes bad stuff happens DRAGONS DRAGONS SNARKY DRAGONS SCIENCE DRAGONS MAGIC DRAGONS.


  7. Stormy Summer Stormy Summer says:

    Talk here Active dudes dudets.Lydiezeeb aka Snowstripe


  8. Izik Izik says:

    Wings of Fire The Dark Secret by Tui T Sutherland was great There s finally a book coming from my favorite character s view in the whole series of Wings of Fire, Starflight Every single chapter ended with a cliffhanger, which made my eyes glued to the book The book had really challenging scenarios for the main character, which made me want to readThis book really showed how hard it was for Starflight to understand his original tribe, the NightWings Their methods of all the things th Wings of Fire The Dark Secret by Tui T Sutherland was great There s finally a book coming from my favorite character s view in the whole series of Wings of Fire, Starflight Every single chapter ended with a cliffhanger, which made my eyes glued to the book The book had really challenging scenarios for the main character, which made me want to readThis book really showed how hard it was for Starflight to understand his original tribe, the NightWings Their methods of all the things they were doing like hunting, studying the RainWings, eating only five times a month, etc were strange and brutal It was very interesting because it was different from all the other books witch were on the mainland, Pyhrria He had to overcome his fear of Morrowseer, his horrible mentor It was very interesting having Morrowseer in mostly the whole book because the past three books didn t mention much about him Morrowseer was a big obstacle for him because he always blocked the path of success for Starflight Also, when Starflight met his father, Mastermind, he was so excited and joyful until he saw what he was doing to the RainWings It was difficult for him to accept Mastermind after what he saw in the laboratory That related to real life because when you meet someone new you get excited and sometimes you see they re doing something that you don t like and you try to get distance in between the two of you This book showed a water vs blood concept He kept thinking of doing what was right for him and his friends water or do what was right for his original tribe blood I get in this scenario many times because I would have a choice of helping my friends or my family An example would be that I could either play with my friend or spend some time with my family I would recommend this to younger people because I feel this interested me, but I don t think this would interest my parents or older sisters


  9. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    Actual rating 3.5 starsI will say that I most certainly enjoyed thisthan The Hidden Kingdom, but I didn t feel it reached the first two, which I thought were great.The start was once again very slow It took quite a bit of time setting up I thought The Night Kingdom would have been much action packed, but instead there was a lot of Starflight wandering around with Fatespeaker who I found very annoying and not taking matters into their own hands claws.That being said, the slow start Actual rating 3.5 starsI will say that I most certainly enjoyed thisthan The Hidden Kingdom, but I didn t feel it reached the first two, which I thought were great.The start was once again very slow It took quite a bit of time setting up I thought The Night Kingdom would have been much action packed, but instead there was a lot of Starflight wandering around with Fatespeaker who I found very annoying and not taking matters into their own hands claws.That being said, the slow start was bearable since we had a great narrator I found Starflight to be a very relatable character I m not sure if it was intended, but I found him kind of funny in a way the other characters weren t I love that he was slightly self deprecating but never whiny.The climax was extremely exciting, and I loved the reveal at the end I had a ton fun after I got into it, andf as far as the Starflight Sunny romance, I thought it was very cute.Can we please get someDeathbringer I felt like he stole every scene he was in and I think Starflight and Deathrbinger would be good friends.My one nitpick I had is that each book started developing a different character, and right when we started to feel like we knew that character and got invested in the story, the book would end and then the problems that character had would be abandoned in the next book without us getting resolution What happened to Peril What about Tsunami s family How is Glory faring as queen I m worried all of my questions won t be answered in the final book.Nevertheless, I found this very fun with a narrator I could easily connect with Some issues, but still a good addition to the story


  10. Barbara Barbara says:

    I m continuing to enjoy this series about several young dragons who have been prophesied to end the war among all the different types of dragons in their realm In this installment, Starflight finally meets his father in the land of the NightWings and realizes that they have very little in common While he sorely misses his friends, especially Sunny, the insecure dragon finds some allies among a group of substitute dragonets and worries about the RainWings who have been kidnapped and upon whom e I m continuing to enjoy this series about several young dragons who have been prophesied to end the war among all the different types of dragons in their realm In this installment, Starflight finally meets his father in the land of the NightWings and realizes that they have very little in common While he sorely misses his friends, especially Sunny, the insecure dragon finds some allies among a group of substitute dragonets and worries about the RainWings who have been kidnapped and upon whom experiments are being performed Although this title is darker and less frothy than the other titles, that isn t unexpected as the dragons move closer to their destiny I loved seeing Starflight take center stage while Glory also continues to come into her own The scenes in which the dragons are threatened by a volcano and earthquakes are fearsome I m looking forward to seeing how the author wraps all this up in the next book


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The Dark Secret❴Download❵ ➶ The Dark Secret Author Tui T. Sutherland – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The WINGS OF FIRE saga continues with a visit to the mysterious land of the NightWings, where Starflight must face a terrible choice his home, or his friends Like all the dragonets of destiny, Starfli The WINGS OF FIRE saga continues with a visit to the mysterious land of the NightWings, where The Dark PDF \ Starflight must face a terrible choice his home, or his friends Like all the dragonets of destiny, Starflight has always wanted to see his home but he s also been afraid of his fellow NightWings Starflight doesn t have mindreading powers like his tribe, and he doesn t understand why they re so secretive No one has ever even seen the NightWing queenBut now Starflight is the dragonets only hope he must find a way to negotiate with his fellow NightWings to free the RainWing dragons they ve captured, and perhaps end the war in Pyrrhia altogether Starflight is the smartest of the dragonets but is he brave enough to speak up Or will he falter in his mission, and accidentally betray them all.


About the Author: Tui T. Sutherland

Okay, I know what you re thinking Tui What kind of name is that Is it short The Dark PDF \ for something Nope Among the many great things to come out of New Zealand the Lord of the Rings movies, cats that paint, my mom is a bird called the tui not as well known as the kiwi, but a heck of a lot noisier I was born July same birthday as Harry Potter in Caracas, Venezuela, and lived in Asuncion, Paraguay Miami, Florida and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, before moving to New Jersey in high school, where I started doing theatre mostly backstage work, because a it was fun, and b you got to hang out in the dark with cute boys Er, I meanbecause it was artistically fulfilling, yes I graduated from Williams College in and I currently live in Boston with my husband, my perfect new baby, and my adorable yoodle Sunshine what s a yoodle A puppy that s three quarters poodle and one quarter Yorkshire terrier, of courseMuch to my parents relief, I abandoned my theatrical aspirations after college for the farstable and lucrative career of fiction writingMy first two official books were beginning readers, part of Grosset Dunlap s First Friends series for kids learning to read MEET MO AND ELLA is tough to find now, but FUN WITH MO AND ELLA should still be out there somewhereMy first novel for teenagers was THIS MUST BE LOVE, which retells Shakespeare s play A Midsummer Night s Dream in a modern day high school, from the POV of the two heroines, Hermia and HelenaAnd now I m writing in a new project called SEEKERS It s a children s book series that I m writing with Erin Hunter Check out my blog to find out.


10 thoughts on “The Dark Secret

  1. Se Se says:

    My mind is blown This series was taken to a whole new level The big plot twist at the end was insane

  2. Lanie Lanie says:

    Nope Sorry Can t review properly It s Fan girl time XDXDXDXD omg omg omg omg that ending Best one yet D D D D I freaking love these books Each dragonent is just so wonderful The cultures, the characters, the writing This gal can write, let me tell you Dialogue is top notch here, seriously Some authors just can t to it But she does And she does it well I can not wait for book five Finally it ll be time for sweet little sunny to shine How will the dragonet s of destiny ever get Nope Sorry Can t review properly It s Fan girl time XDXDXDXD omg omg omg omg that ending Best one yet D D D D I freaking love these books Each dragonent is just so wonderful The cultures, the characters, the writing This gal can write, let me tell you Dialogue is top notch here, seriously Some authors just can t to it But she does And she does it well I can not wait for book five Finally it ll be time for sweet little sunny to shine How will the dragonet s of destiny ever get out of this mess Recommended to anyone who loves adventure, epic fantasy, and of course, dragons XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD XD Omg omg omg Loved loved loved.Ok Sorry Done freaking out now I promise, I m really way better at this reviewing critical reading than this shows But who cares Omg, that ending Cue dramatic music D fucking epic

  3. Kayla (BOOKadoodles) Kayla (BOOKadoodles) says:

    4.5 stars Loveee the audiobook narration, definitely going to continue listening to this series ASAP This is shaping up to be one of my all time favorite middle grade series for sure The character development is on point, and I am here for it.

  4. RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess) RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess) says:

    5 stars.

  5. Margaret Lea Margaret Lea says:

    I loved it, but the beginning was really annoying to read I got bored with it, until I really got into the book, and then it was like, EPIC.

  6. Jasmine Jasmine says:

    It turns out what is necessary for me to ship romances is a BUNCH OF BAD STUFF HAPPENING Cause whooo yikes bad stuff happens DRAGONS DRAGONS SNARKY DRAGONS SCIENCE DRAGONS MAGIC DRAGONS.

  7. Stormy Summer Stormy Summer says:

    Talk here Active dudes dudets.Lydiezeeb aka Snowstripe

  8. Izik Izik says:

    Wings of Fire The Dark Secret by Tui T Sutherland was great There s finally a book coming from my favorite character s view in the whole series of Wings of Fire, Starflight Every single chapter ended with a cliffhanger, which made my eyes glued to the book The book had really challenging scenarios for the main character, which made me want to readThis book really showed how hard it was for Starflight to understand his original tribe, the NightWings Their methods of all the things th Wings of Fire The Dark Secret by Tui T Sutherland was great There s finally a book coming from my favorite character s view in the whole series of Wings of Fire, Starflight Every single chapter ended with a cliffhanger, which made my eyes glued to the book The book had really challenging scenarios for the main character, which made me want to readThis book really showed how hard it was for Starflight to understand his original tribe, the NightWings Their methods of all the things they were doing like hunting, studying the RainWings, eating only five times a month, etc were strange and brutal It was very interesting because it was different from all the other books witch were on the mainland, Pyhrria He had to overcome his fear of Morrowseer, his horrible mentor It was very interesting having Morrowseer in mostly the whole book because the past three books didn t mention much about him Morrowseer was a big obstacle for him because he always blocked the path of success for Starflight Also, when Starflight met his father, Mastermind, he was so excited and joyful until he saw what he was doing to the RainWings It was difficult for him to accept Mastermind after what he saw in the laboratory That related to real life because when you meet someone new you get excited and sometimes you see they re doing something that you don t like and you try to get distance in between the two of you This book showed a water vs blood concept He kept thinking of doing what was right for him and his friends water or do what was right for his original tribe blood I get in this scenario many times because I would have a choice of helping my friends or my family An example would be that I could either play with my friend or spend some time with my family I would recommend this to younger people because I feel this interested me, but I don t think this would interest my parents or older sisters

  9. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    Actual rating 3.5 starsI will say that I most certainly enjoyed thisthan The Hidden Kingdom, but I didn t feel it reached the first two, which I thought were great.The start was once again very slow It took quite a bit of time setting up I thought The Night Kingdom would have been much action packed, but instead there was a lot of Starflight wandering around with Fatespeaker who I found very annoying and not taking matters into their own hands claws.That being said, the slow start Actual rating 3.5 starsI will say that I most certainly enjoyed thisthan The Hidden Kingdom, but I didn t feel it reached the first two, which I thought were great.The start was once again very slow It took quite a bit of time setting up I thought The Night Kingdom would have been much action packed, but instead there was a lot of Starflight wandering around with Fatespeaker who I found very annoying and not taking matters into their own hands claws.That being said, the slow start was bearable since we had a great narrator I found Starflight to be a very relatable character I m not sure if it was intended, but I found him kind of funny in a way the other characters weren t I love that he was slightly self deprecating but never whiny.The climax was extremely exciting, and I loved the reveal at the end I had a ton fun after I got into it, andf as far as the Starflight Sunny romance, I thought it was very cute.Can we please get someDeathbringer I felt like he stole every scene he was in and I think Starflight and Deathrbinger would be good friends.My one nitpick I had is that each book started developing a different character, and right when we started to feel like we knew that character and got invested in the story, the book would end and then the problems that character had would be abandoned in the next book without us getting resolution What happened to Peril What about Tsunami s family How is Glory faring as queen I m worried all of my questions won t be answered in the final book.Nevertheless, I found this very fun with a narrator I could easily connect with Some issues, but still a good addition to the story

  10. Barbara Barbara says:

    I m continuing to enjoy this series about several young dragons who have been prophesied to end the war among all the different types of dragons in their realm In this installment, Starflight finally meets his father in the land of the NightWings and realizes that they have very little in common While he sorely misses his friends, especially Sunny, the insecure dragon finds some allies among a group of substitute dragonets and worries about the RainWings who have been kidnapped and upon whom e I m continuing to enjoy this series about several young dragons who have been prophesied to end the war among all the different types of dragons in their realm In this installment, Starflight finally meets his father in the land of the NightWings and realizes that they have very little in common While he sorely misses his friends, especially Sunny, the insecure dragon finds some allies among a group of substitute dragonets and worries about the RainWings who have been kidnapped and upon whom experiments are being performed Although this title is darker and less frothy than the other titles, that isn t unexpected as the dragons move closer to their destiny I loved seeing Starflight take center stage while Glory also continues to come into her own The scenes in which the dragons are threatened by a volcano and earthquakes are fearsome I m looking forward to seeing how the author wraps all this up in the next book

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