The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire, #11) by Tui T. Sutherland

The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire, #11)

For centuries there have been rumors of another continent on the dragons' planet -- another land far across the ocean, populated by tribes of dragons very different from those we know. But there's never been any evidence, and most dragons dismissed the rumors as fairy tales. Until now. Because it turns out the stories are true. And the other tribes are coming.

Details The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire, #11)

TitleThe Lost Continent (Wings of Fire, #11)
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
GenreFantasy, Dragons, Childrens, Middle Grade, Animals

Reviews The Lost Continent (Wings of Fire, #11)

  • Lena
    I don't understand how someone can continue to build completely new and fascinating worlds for the third time.Wow, like, wow. I loved the whole Hives thing and the mysterious Tree Wars and the interesting set up of like, SilkWings under HiveWings and like the commentary on bystanders in a genocide (of trees) and generally like aljdfhalksjd this ^ is what happens when I try to be sophisticated and coherentokay so like, basically, i really liked it...
  • Allegra
    It was wonderful coming back to the series through fresh eyes. I certainly had fun exploring the world, as well as the new dragons, set up by the author. It was the best course of action to focus on three species of dragons in this new world as opposed to the six that were in the previous books, especially if we are going to bring the two continents together as hinted at in the end of the last book as well as the end of this book. This series fol...
  • Laura
    AWESOME FACT: Wings of Fire book 12 is coming out at Christmas, and the graphic novel version of book 2 is coming out in February!
  • Rachel
    June 26, 2018 - Absolutely amazing. Words can't even begin to describe. If you're invested in the Wings of Fire series and love to see things come together, this is one of the best books you could ever read. Also, Clearsight. Just, Clearsight.Oh, and Cricket is a great character.August 25, 2018 - Yep. Still amazing. I can't wait to read The Hive Queen! Especially since it's from Cricket's POV!
  • Coleton
    10 out of 10Great dragonsNot going to spoil anything
  • Nyalistica
    Edit: I forgot to mention I preordered this book in January, and it came to me way earlier than I expected. That’s why I finished it days before the 26th :)Another great book by Tui! I’ve just finished The Lost Continent, a good read but lacking I certain departments. Still, it’s a great start to the new set of books, and seeing a dystopian like society with a main character that isn’t against the system at the start is a breath of fresh ...
  • Megan | | MOONBLI 4 LIFE
    This was AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I finished it in 7 hours in one day, with no breaks. Cricket and Blue fell HARD and FASSSSSSSST!!!!! It was so amazing, I just can't wait for book 12!!! Oh... I see... that's why people take so long to read. That way they don't have to wait a year. Poo.
  • Katy Morin
    I've read all the Wings of Fire books from day one. And let me just say, this one is heckin' good. Sutherland out did herself with world building by far. The new society and lore and how it ties into knowledge already established is mind blowing and makes you rethink everything you know about the series. The characters are refreshing and original, and for an 11 soon to be 15 book series that's an impressive feat. It also establishes a main plot, ...
  • Annie
    4.5 starsreview coming
  • GuineaPigFalconer
    Before I started this book, I was a little worried that the series would start to get repetitive, as some do, but I should not have worried! This book follows new characters, on a new continent, with an entirely different way of life. Some of the subtle aspects of their culture are a bit dark and Big Brother-ish, which I found quite interesting, and something I wouldn't have expected from this series. The legends surrounding Clearsight were inter...
  • Meredith
    This book ended almost exactly how I thought it was going to end😂
  • Ms. Yingling
    Copy provided by Young Adult Books CentralBlue and his sister Luna are very close to going through metamorphosis, after which they will be given jobs and have a very different life. Blue is a rule follower and thinks that his life in Pantala is pretty good. Sure, it would be nice if the HiveWings were nicer and the SilkWings had more freedom, and if his father hadn't disappeared right after his birth, but those are minor issues compared to safety...
  • Brynn Michaela Crowson
    I loved reading this book so much, I literally couldn't put it down! Wings of Fire: The Lost Continent is definitely one of the best books in the series!
  • Kid Book Reviewer
    Thoughts: This book is the best in the series yet. When I started reading the first book in the third sub-series of Wings of Fire I expected it to be okay, however when I finished it was the best Wings of Fire book I've read yet. I love how Tui T. Sutherland used some attributes from past Wings of Fire characters to create new characters. For example, Cricket (one of the main characters) is a lot like Kinkajou form the past Wings of Fire books. A...
  • Amber
    Yay!!! New dragons!!! I love love love this series. Yes, they are written for kids but the writing style is flawless, the plots are deep and full of unexpected twists, and there is plenty of blood and romance to keep me entertained. Seriously, you guys should read this series. If you love fantasy at all, I think you'll like these books. I'm so excited to see what happens next to our new set of dragonets from the Lost Continent! Ten out of five st...
  • Lizzie Hutchings
    A new Wings of Fire series, with a more relatable plot.
  • Qizhi Chen
    Awesome book!!!I love how the book featured a completely new set of dragons and have a great story in the lost continent. Nice job! I hope to have another good book!
  • Roland Vina
    Great way to set up more books. The characters are very interesting. Excited for book 12.
  • Charlotte
    The Lost Continent wasn't, of course, lost to the tribes of dragons who already lived there, and young readers who love all the care and attention paid to making each tribe of dragons distinct and special will love meeting three new varieties of dragon. It wouldn't be much of a story, though, if the three groups of dragons lived in harmony and nothing happened. So, as it is the case throughout the books, there is bitter and unjust conflict in whi...
  • Bailey
    This book was fine, but I didn't care for it quite as much as the first two arcs because I didn't have quite the same level of attachment to the characters as I did previously. I don't think this will be a huge problem moving ahead, because I think the characters I love are going to be coming back, but I did feel that this was largely a filler book. It's kind of disappointing because I was hoping for this arc to start off with a bang like the oth...
  • Brennan
    4.5 rtc
  • Ian Lew
    **WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD**Good with spoilers? Ok. Read on!Ok, this was a good book, but definitely not Tui T. Sutherland's best book. I gave this three stars because the book (according to my kindle) only mentioned Moon 8 times and Qibli about 4 times. I was expecting this book to at least involve Moon, Qibli, and maybe Kinkajou in the plot, but it only mentioned Pantala and it's dragons. The story also didn't flow as well as the rest of the boo...
  • Kaitlynn
    A refreshing reboot on a new continent and in a new arc. I loved the new tribes, although they were all very similar to RainWings in many respects. The story was simple and straightforward and while this book is not perfectly self-contained, it has a satisfying wrap-up similar to book 1. I liked having Blue start out as complicit and comfortable with the system in place, and having to 'get woke' as it were - it establishes his values and helps gu...
  • Karissa
    This is the eleventh book in the Wings of Fire series and starts a new storyline on a new continent we have never visited before. Although some of the story elements are very similar to previous books, I did really enjoy meeting new characters and exploring both whole new types of dragons and a whole new landscape. I continue to read these mainly because my son reads this series and likes to discuss it with me; however I actually really enjoyed t...
  • Sammy
    This books was so good, and cool, and original. I absolutely loved it. It was so neat to learn about a new continent and all the new dragons and their history. It was all crafted in a way that was original and interesting but at the same time believable and fit with what we already know about dragons in general.The characters were also great. Blue and Cricket were both amazing. They fit the story's needs and themselves so well. I can't wait to se...
  • Abby Sledden
    I loved this book! Blue’s perspective is so unique and interesting. I love “unusual” perspectives in books, like how Blue always follows the rules and thinks nothing is wrong instead of being your typical hero who wants to make change and save the world. But eventually he changes and I love the common message of “change”, even right down to the last page. His struggles to realize what’s wrong instead of justifying what’s right, and ...
  • Moose Donica
    The Lost Continent is by far the best book in the wings of fire series in my opinion. Tui T. Sutherland has introduced quite a lot of change in this book. Placing it in a whole new continent with three all-new awesome dragons. Blue is an innocent SilkWing unaware of the oppression that lays suffocatingly thick around his kind. After all, that's how he grew up. Around the hive, the HiveWings are in charge, no give a second glance at the lowly Silk...