The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, #2) by Tui T. Sutherland

The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, #2)

The WINGS OF FIRE saga continues with a thrilling underwater adventure -- and a mystery that will change everything!The lost heir to the SeaWing throne is going home at last...She can’t believe it’s finally happening. Tsunami and her fellow dragonets of destiny are journeying under the water to the great SeaWing Kingdom. Stolen as an egg from the royal hatchery, Tsunami is eager to meet her future subjects and reunite with her mother, Queen C...

Details The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, #2)

TitleThe Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, #2)
Release DateJan 1st, 2013
PublisherScholastic Press
GenreFantasy, Dragons, Childrens, Middle Grade, Fiction, Young Adult, Adventure, Animals, Audiobook, Science Fiction Fantasy

Reviews The Lost Heir (Wings of Fire, #2)

  • Allie
    I listen to audiobooks with my kids when I take them to school, which usually takes 30 minutes in the morning and a little less in the afternoon. My 11 year old son was so anxious to find out what happened after I dropped him off at school that he checked this book out of the library and read it at school! If that doesn't deserve 5 stars, I don't know what does!
  • Barbara
    Having escaped from the Talons of Peace with four other dragonets, Tsunami is thrilled to be heading to the SeaWing Kingdom from which she was stolen years ago. The five dragonets of destiny are supposed to stop a war among the various dragon factions, and she is sure that her mother's kingdom may be a safe place for her and her companions. But they've barely arrived when the others are put in a cave, and Tsunami must navigate lies, deceit, and t...
  • Ahan S
    awesome awesome awesome awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111111111111111111111111111111111!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...
  • Jasmine
  • Sean
    Such a great sequel! Loving this series so far; this book was as amazing as the first.
  • Asheley
    This is a fun series and is quickly becoming a go-to for me for fun, quick reads. I also enjoying discussing these with my girls who have read them all. This is their favorite series. I don't think I enjoyed this one quite as much as the first book, which was Clay's book. This book started out a little slow. In the beginning, Tsunami and her friends are on their way to the SeaWing Kingdom to find Tsunami's mother, and I was a bit bored throughout...
  • Devon Clark
    The Lost Heir is the second book in the Wings of Fire series. The book follows Tsunami who with her friends; Clay, Starflight, Sunny, and Glory, are trying to find their way to the Kingdom of the Sea which is hidden somewhere in the ocean of Pyrrhia. Tsunami wants to meet her mother, Queen Coral, who she was stolen from while she was still in her egg. Tsunami and her friends are being followed by Skywings and if they make it to the Kingdom succes...
  • Madison
    The action packed, dramatic, and thrilling book that I begged to get after finishing the first in the series is called "Wings of Fire, the Lost Heir." This amazing tale of betrayal, love, and magic was made by 35 year old Tui T. Sutherland. The genre of this book is fantasy, fiction, and action . The genre of this book is fantacy and action, which is perfect for all of you Harry Potter fans. What the story is about is basicaly, a group of five dr...
  • Chelsea
    No second book syndrome here! A great sequel that captured my interest quickly!This was such a fly through read. I picked it up and breezed through it so quickly and found myself immersed in the story.I really enjoyed the plot. I wasn't bored at all while reading this. I liked Tsunami's narration very much, she made it interesting to read. I actually didn't mind the love interest here.A couple things could have been done better, though. Peril was...
  • Kayla (BOOKadoodles)
    This is such a fantastic middle grade series so far! I love how each book is told from a different dragonet's perspective, and I cannot wait to see what happens in the third installment.
  • Mary Jane
    Actual Rating: 3.5I hate to say it, but I was really disappointed with the second book in the Wings of Fire series. I absolutely LOVED the first, but this one just didn't seem to hit the mark. The strange thing is though, I thought that I was going to like this one more because it was going to be from Tsunami's perspective . . . Yeah, no. I seriously considered giving this one a 3 star rating, just because of how much it disappointed me. The only...
  • Annie (Putt)
    Wings of Fire is an expansive Middle Grade series taking place in a violent war where dragons are being slaughtered left and right in a race to see which SandWing princess can win the war and claim the crown or take over the world.  The Lost Heir is book two in this series and follows the story of Tsunami and her friends as they travel to find her parents.Tsunami is my least favorite of the dragonets after Starfight.  Both of them have such kno...
  • Ms. Yingling
    Tsunami has escaped from the control of the Talons of Peace with the other dragonets of the prophecy. She is tired of the neverending war between the different dragon factions and wants to finally meet her mother, Queen Coral of the SeaWings, since Tsunami was stolen from the royal nursery as an egg by Webs, who was merely trying to keep the dragonets safe. When Tsunami and the other dragons approach the SeaWing kingdom, Riptide rushes to attack ...
  • Erin 신애린 Shin
    This series is an awesome one so I reccommened this to everyone
  • Angel_E1
    It's really important to think about other people's feelings when you're in a team. In the book, Tsunami really likes the ocean and wanted to stay, but all her friends disagreed because they don't like water and doesn't like to be wet at all. I can kind of relate to Tsunami because when I'm with my friends, we always do things that everyone enjoys instead of something that only one person likes.
  • Aelvana
    Tsunami is coming home---but it isn't quite the homecoming she imagined. Having been raised away from the Seawings, she has little idea how to behave around her own people. Worse, someone has been killing the royal dragonets, and Tsunami is now a target.Tsunami isn't my favorite of the five dragonets. She's bossy, impulsive, and stubborn, and since most of this book is about her, it took me a while to get engaged. It is also, however, as much a s...
  • ~~LeafTheRainWing~~
    *this review contains spoilers* I adored this book. I was on holiday in Scotland, and during the long sightseeing coach trip, I spent most of my time absorbing this book. It's the second book in the breathtaking Wings of Fire series, and continues on after the five dragonets whose destiny is to end the war between the dragon tribes flee from The Sky Kingdom and from a bloodthirsty queen who wanted nothing more than to destroy them in her notoriou...
  • Vitak Cheav
    3.12 stars I did not like it all that much. But the thing is I really love the sea and the names of every one of SeaWings. I thought they were humans at first. Little did I know, they were dragons. And all of them sound very adorable and I could not help but like them a little.Other than that, the plot is a bit lame for me. I wish I could discover this book when I was desperate back when I was eight or nine because it would fit perfectly back the...
  • Olivia
    In Tui T. Sutherland’s Wings of Fire, The Lost Heir, Tsunami finds her mother, and found her happy ending, only to find out that someone has been killing her sisters for many years before and after she was born. But when Blister comes into the picture, Tsunami starts to look around for any sign that could lead her to the person behind it. In the meanwhile somebody has put Clay, Glory, Starflight, and Sunny in a cage AS PRISONERS!!!!!!!!! Can Ts...
  • Kristen
    Not a bad second installment, but I miss Clay as a narrator. This one is Tsunami-heavy, and even though it is supposed to be her story, I was disappointed in the small amount of page time the other dragonets got. I'm looking forward to Glory's story in the next book!
  • Susan Wojtas
    3.5 stars
  • Melvin Rodríguez-Rodríguez
    With mystery, royal intrigue and romance, this second entry is a step up from the first volume.After the events of the first book, the Dragonets of Destiny are headed to the SeaWing kingdom, hoping they can find protection since Queen Coral is also Tsunami's mother. On the past volume, there was mention of a bedtime story titled The Missing Princess, about a lost SeaWing princess and her return. I had imagined Tsunami's point-of-view novel would ...
  • Kyla E.
    This book was the continued journey for the dragonets, except it's fro Tsunami's point-of-view. Tsunami meets her mom and even her siblings. They continue to find each of their parents, all while figuring out who they will chose to be the next queen. This is the second book in the series. I like how the author changes perspectives for every book in the series. It's kind of nice how it shows the story/adventure by each of the dragonets. It's uniqu...
  • Ehrehn
    3/5I thought this book was waaaaaaaaay better than the last book. I found it way more interesting and it was really cool seeing the different type of dragon. But, I think 99% of the characters annoyed me at one point. Dramatic irony was really used through this whole book but it honestly got really annoying. The plot for this book was actually good, surpassing last book which didn't really have a goal that the book focused on. I liked the mystery...
  • Megan McBeath Hay
    It’s always difficult to review books where you know you are not the target audience. My middle grade reader told me to read this and it is a thoroughly enjoyable middle-grade read. I’m glad that now I can talk to my kiddo about another entry in her favorite series, but it’s definitely not a YA book adults can enjoy too. There is a lot of violence and death for a kids book, and again we have a murdered infant which seems a bit dark, but I g...
  • Alex F.
    Wing of Fire: The Lost Heir, Fantasy fiction, 296 pages. Main characters: Tsunami, Sunny, Clay, Starlight, Queen Coral. In the book Wings of Fire The Lost Heir, the SeaWing Throne is back home. Tsunami and her followers are planning on attacking it. Clay, Sunny, Starlight and their followers are needed to protect the throne. Tsunami has already stolen an egg from Starlight and she is looking for more. But Tsunami’s mother Queen Coral is visitin...
  • Annette
    Review by Grace, age 8, 4/6/19(read at least twice in 2019) Tsunami has just found out that she was the heir to the throne of the SeaWings. But she was still running from SkyWings. They escaped from Queen Scarlet's palace arena and now they are being hunted down by guards. Now that she's in the SeaWing palace, she has a lot to learn. The first and second things she learned I'm not going to say because they're spoilers. Here's a hint: "Your nose l...
  • Rebecca
    (3.75) I liked Tsunami's point of view better than Clay's, and there were some good plot twists in this one! It's a little hard to get over their names though. Like the dragons that live in the sea are called SeaWings and they have names like Coral, Anemone, Shark, and Herring. And the continent is shaped like an actual dragon.
  • Hannah Keller
    I really liked this book because I like the sea, and the description of the ocean that the book described.Another part I really liked was how the summer palace was described. I pictured it was a huge dome with a greenish blue light because of the green canopy and with a pond in the middle with caves in it with sea wing dragon heads popping out of the cave holes. I liked anemone because she had the telekinesis power. I would recommend this book to...
  • Dallen Malna
    Tsunami won me over by the end, but I still find myself more interested in the ideas of the world than the story itself. I know it's a kid's book but even fire paw was more engaging character to me. I liked it and the prose and plotting are MILES better but the characters are a lot slower in winning me over.