Sometimes your problem is that you want to be loyal to one person but you are pressed to be loyal to another person. A dragon named Peril felt this way. One day she is loyal to Queen Scarlet, who used her as a notorious death monster, and the next day she doesn’t know who to trust. Queen Scarlet is one of the most evil queens in the history of Pyrrhia who threatens Jade Mountain Academy, and Peril has to try to save the Academy.
“I don’t know!” Peril cried. “I’m the problem, not the solution!”
In Wings of Fire: Escaping Peril by Tui T. Sutherland, Peril comes back together with some other characters from the other books in this series. So it might be helpful to have read some of the other seven books in this series but you don’t have to. This book is told from a third person narrator point of view. All the characters in this book are dragons. But in a way the dragons kind of think like humans and act like humans. Peril changes as the story goes along. The other charters change too, but not as much as Peril. This book would be good for kids ages 8 to 13 who like the Seekers and Warriors series.