Wings of Fire: The Brightest Night by Tui T Sutherland
It all comes down to this: The Dragonets of Destiny must finally bring the epic war to an end, reconcile the seven tribes, and choose the next queen of Pyrrhia… and make it out alive.
Sunny has been the one everyone else thinks is an airhead. So when she still believes in the prophecy even when its originator admits it was made up, Sunny knows her friends will tease. Sunny has the best disposition and tries to see the best in people – even when they don’t deserve it. This story follows Sunny and her adventure to her people and finally learning the truth about her family.
The Brightest Night is the fifth and final book in this story arc of Wings of Fire, but at the end of the book we’re promised more in the series. As a huge fan of this series, I couldn’t be more excited. This last installment of the Dragonet Prophecy arc was a fantastic ending to an epic children’s fantasy. The unique humanization of the dragons in this world is inspired and fascinating. The characters are exceptional, vibrant and charming. This story is just as exciting as its predecessors, full of suspense, danger, mystery, and drama. The stirring events lead up to an inspiring conclusion. I highly recommend this sweet, adventure series to fantasy fans of all ages.