DarkstalkerBook - 2016
Prophecies -- Juvenile fiction.
Magic -- Juvenile fiction.
Identity (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction.
Good and evil -- Juvenile fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles -- Juvenile fiction.
Action and adventure fiction.
From the critics
AgeAdd Age Suitability
blue_dolphin_12626 thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over
green_cat_2579 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 17
blue_jaguar_1995 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Violence: at one point a dragon is forced to rip itself apart. Otherwise this book is amazing.
Violence: Many dragons die, and one even rips himself apart. Not for children under the age of 6.
SummaryAdd a Summary
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.
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
QuotesAdd a Quote
"It's not a trick. I just want him to be happy. Don't you?"
-Darkstalker to Indigo, chapter 19 page 227
found another so yeah.
"Don't give up on me, Clearsight." -Darkstalker to Clearsight, chapter 22 page 259