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The struggle for power heats up in book two of this heart-stopping adventure series about siblings with magical shapeshifter powers, from New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman. After the fateful battle between the ice wolves and the scorch dragons, Anders and his twin sister, Rayna, have been reunited. But there’s no time to celebrate. The temperature all over Valle The struggle for power heats up in book two of this heart-stopping adventure series about siblings with magical shapeshifter powers, from New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman. After the fateful battle between the ice wolves and the scorch dragons, Anders and his twin sister, Rayna, have been reunited. But there’s no time to celebrate. The temperature all over Vallen is starting to drop. And Anders quickly learns that the wolves have stolen a weather-altering artifact called the Snowstone, and every dragon, including Rayna, is now in danger. Desperate to broker peace, Anders enlists the help of a few new flame-breathing friends to stop the wolves’ next plan of attack. Together, these former rivals must go on a dangerous quest to find the scattered pieces of the Sun Scepter, the only artifact that can counteract the Snowstone. Because if either device goes unchecked, all hope for a truce will be lost.


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The struggle for power heats up in book two of this heart-stopping adventure series about siblings with magical shapeshifter powers, from New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman. After the fateful battle between the ice wolves and the scorch dragons, Anders and his twin sister, Rayna, have been reunited. But there’s no time to celebrate. The temperature all over Valle The struggle for power heats up in book two of this heart-stopping adventure series about siblings with magical shapeshifter powers, from New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman. After the fateful battle between the ice wolves and the scorch dragons, Anders and his twin sister, Rayna, have been reunited. But there’s no time to celebrate. The temperature all over Vallen is starting to drop. And Anders quickly learns that the wolves have stolen a weather-altering artifact called the Snowstone, and every dragon, including Rayna, is now in danger. Desperate to broker peace, Anders enlists the help of a few new flame-breathing friends to stop the wolves’ next plan of attack. Together, these former rivals must go on a dangerous quest to find the scattered pieces of the Sun Scepter, the only artifact that can counteract the Snowstone. Because if either device goes unchecked, all hope for a truce will be lost.

30 review for Scorch Dragons

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brooklyn Tayla

    This is hard for me to say, because: A) I adore Amie Kaufman - she's honestly one of my favourite authors! And - B) I loved Ice Wolves, it was one of my favourite reads of last year! I mean, the friendships in this book were as endearing as ever - as where Reyna and Anders' utterly precious sibling bond, but, I just feel like this one, in my opinion, lacked the adventure and excitement and surprise that Ice Wolves held! I mean, I adore wolves and dragons, but still, I just found this as a whole to This is hard for me to say, because: A) I adore Amie Kaufman - she's honestly one of my favourite authors! And - B) I loved Ice Wolves, it was one of my favourite reads of last year! I mean, the friendships in this book were as endearing as ever - as where Reyna and Anders' utterly precious sibling bond, but, I just feel like this one, in my opinion, lacked the adventure and excitement and surprise that Ice Wolves held! I mean, I adore wolves and dragons, but still, I just found this as a whole to be underwhelming. Like, I felt the plot didn't really get moving until half way through and sure there were a few revelations that were announced regarding Anders and Reyna that made me "oh, you can't do that! My heart!" - but even that didn't have me engaged wholly in the story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    A great follow up! I loved the twists and I still love this world!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard

    GIVE ME THEM DRAGONS

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    All the important work about the impact of societal traumas, the damage done by propaganda, and the difficulty and necessity of healing is being done in Middle Grade, pass it on. Also I SERIOUSLY want to go to this school.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Esha Dickson

    Review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐💫 This is the second book in the ‘Elementals’ series by Amie Kaufman. Sparks and scales. This book was so fucking good. I really enjoyed the first book, ‘Ice Wolves’, but the sequel really blew my expectations away. We begin to delve more into the magic system and the world, as well as the tense history between the wolves and the dragons. All this new information made the world feel more developed, more real, and more fragile than what we saw in book one. And let’s not forget the (shoc Review: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 This is the second book in the ‘Elementals’ series by Amie Kaufman. Sparks and scales. This book was so fucking good. I really enjoyed the first book, ‘Ice Wolves’, but the sequel really blew my expectations away. We begin to delve more into the magic system and the world, as well as the tense history between the wolves and the dragons. All this new information made the world feel more developed, more real, and more fragile than what we saw in book one. And let’s not forget the (shocking) things we learn about Anders and Rayna! If you haven’t picked up this series please do! It’s such a fun middle-grade series with a lot of heart and adventure. I have no idea how I’ll remain sane between now and the release of book 3 in 2020. @amiekaufmanauthor can I bribe you for an ARC?? “There were times when Anders was so fascinated by the stories he heard and the new ideas that piled into his brain, and so absorbed in his lessons, that he forgot he was a wolf among dragons.” -91 “For better or worse, they’d be going to [place] in the morning. They’d just have to hope that [person] was true to his word - and that they were flying toward an ally, rather than a trap.” -150 “Tiny spires of smoke rose from faraway chimneys, and he wondered what the people living there were doing at the start of their day, whether they were thinking about the wolves or the dragons, or the battle that might come.” -280

  6. 4 out of 5

    Britt Meter

    This book that I give would be 4.5 stars for me. It was really different compare to the Ice Wolves but I didn't mind the storyline. I liked that there was conflict between dragons and wolves and the reason behind the war between them. Also I liked that there was more action, suspense, the main character Anders has not only gained his sister Reyna and Lisabet but also he gained new friends the were completely different to his kind. But some parts of the story was packed with adventure and flying a This book that I give would be 4.5 stars for me. It was really different compare to the Ice Wolves but I didn't mind the storyline. I liked that there was conflict between dragons and wolves and the reason behind the war between them. Also I liked that there was more action, suspense, the main character Anders has not only gained his sister Reyna and Lisabet but also he gained new friends the were completely different to his kind. But some parts of the story was packed with adventure and flying and traveling places to get the artifact to restore peace between wolves and dragons. Overall I was satisfied with the story and I can't wait for the final Elementals to come out next year in 2020.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    It was too linear...very early middle grades

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    I enjoyed this even more than the first one. Can't wait for book 3!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cherie (Myst)

    Good sequel to a middle grade series which I think was good for middle grade (and probably would have appealed to me when I was younger), but didn't do it for me like other Amie Kaufman books.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dani20 Stark, Daughter of Poseidon, Gryffindor Halfblood, Avenger, Time Lord, Hunter & More

    This was a great sequel! It does start off kind of slow but, it picks up speed around the half-way point & it ends with a big splash. I love Amie's writing & I can't wait for book three!! D

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mark Buxton

    My name is Lisabet, and the good news is the dragons have decided not to kill us. We've even become students in their special school for gifted students. Returning to the wolves wasn't an option, since they think we're traitors. My wolf classmates came to rescue Anders and me, but they stole the Snowstone, which can be used to kill the dragons. Anders and I just want to keep the dragons and wolves from going to war again, but my mom, the wolf leader, seems set on starting one. We have a risky id My name is Lisabet, and the good news is the dragons have decided not to kill us. We've even become students in their special school for gifted students. Returning to the wolves wasn't an option, since they think we're traitors. My wolf classmates came to rescue Anders and me, but they stole the Snowstone, which can be used to kill the dragons. Anders and I just want to keep the dragons and wolves from going to war again, but my mom, the wolf leader, seems set on starting one. We have a risky idea, but we'll need to get a few dragon classmates to help. As a young wolf, I never would have imagined the possibility of wolves and dragons working together. I also could never have predicted what I learned about Anders and his twin sister. Their true identities may be the key to ending the dragon-wolf conflict. The interesting aspect of this book was the notion that truth depended on the people spinning it. The young wolves and townspeople believed dragons kidnapped young children for sacrifice and destroyed homes with their fire. The dragons are taught the wolves unfairly captured some dragons and attacked them without reason. The most interesting twist to the plot occurred when the family tree of Anders and Rayna was revealed. It wasn't a total surprise, but the effect on Rayna's powers didn't appear until the book's climax. Again, not unexpected. While the main characters in this book were dragons, they remained in human form most or the time. This made it easier to connect with the characters and made their actions more believable. The book included many more settings than the first one, as the characters needed to accumulate four parts to the Sun Scepter. Anders' and Lisabet's actions have made them refugees since Ice Wolves. The wolves didn't want them since they helped the dragons, and most dragon leaders didn't like them since they were wolves. This situation added to the drama. Overall, I'm enjoying the series and am anxiously awaiting the release of the third book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Aqua

    I really love this middle grade series. Scorch Dragons picks up right where Ice Wolves left off, with Anders and Lisabet coming to terms with their new home in Drekhelm with the dragons. Just like the first book, Scorch Dragons is a solid read with great characters, intriguing world-building, and a well-plotted message about the nature of war. The book does a great job portraying how neither side is really good or evil in this war. Both the dragons and wolves had reasons to suspect the other in I really love this middle grade series. Scorch Dragons picks up right where Ice Wolves left off, with Anders and Lisabet coming to terms with their new home in Drekhelm with the dragons. Just like the first book, Scorch Dragons is a solid read with great characters, intriguing world-building, and a well-plotted message about the nature of war. The book does a great job portraying how neither side is really good or evil in this war. Both the dragons and wolves had reasons to suspect the other in the past, and at this point there has been so much hurt, mistrust, and killing that it's hard for the adults to let go. I like how the book uses the pure eyes of the children to highlight how ridiculous it is that each side views the other as a whole (ie. if you are wronged by one dragon, you are wronged by the race as a whole), rather than viewing the other side as a group of individuals with differing views and opinions. The kids make friends on both sides and realize the stereotypes they have been fed their whole lives are just that, generalizations and exaggerations and untruths. Using kids to highlight ingrained prejudices is nothing new story-wise, but I think the book does a really great job. We get to see a lot more of the world in this one too, and the locations are quite vividly imagined. I can't wait to see what happens next. I would also love to see more of the Mositalan thunder lions the book keeps mentioning! (view spoiler)[I also enjoyed the subtle message about how Anders and Rayna, with their mixed blood, are actually stronger than their pure-blooded counterparts because of their resistance to both extreme hot and cold weather. (Or well, Rayna supposedly eventually becomes resistant once she uses icefire at the end). It's a nice way to show how together the two races are stronger. (hide spoiler)]

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nannette Demmler

    This book continues the story pretty much right where it left off in the first one. Anders and Lisabet are stuck in Drekhelm, the dragon stronghold. The dragons do not trust them at all, but they are spared imprisonment by Leif, the leader. Anders is reunited with his sister Rayna and eventually makes some dragon friends as well. Life in Drekhelm is very different than in Holbard and Ulfar. But one thing is always a constant when you are a kid, you have to attend school. Which Anders and Lisabet This book continues the story pretty much right where it left off in the first one. Anders and Lisabet are stuck in Drekhelm, the dragon stronghold. The dragons do not trust them at all, but they are spared imprisonment by Leif, the leader. Anders is reunited with his sister Rayna and eventually makes some dragon friends as well. Life in Drekhelm is very different than in Holbard and Ulfar. But one thing is always a constant when you are a kid, you have to attend school. Which Anders and Lisabet do. Their learning is different here, more independent study than classes, but they both learn a lot more about dragons, and a bit about the history between the wolves and dragons. They also do some traveling all around Vallen in search of the Sun Scepter, which was fun to see. They visited lots of cool places. Anders is still the sole narrator of this book. He and Lisabet make some new friends. There is still some nice diversity in the dragons as well. One of the older dragons is even in a wheelchair. We get to know Rayna’s friend, Ellukka, the best. She is initially distrustful of Anders and Lisabet, but as she realizes that they are just trying to keep everyone safe and avoid a war, she starts to trust them. She is the one that does the most to help them on their quest. Theo and Mikkel are two other dragons that become their friends and help them out as well. This plot was perhaps a little slower, but no less interesting than the first book. Their quest for the Sun Scepter and all of the clues they have to solve, makes for an interesting read. There are some surprises and discoveries of who Rayna and Anders are and why they can shape shift into a dragon and a wolf. They are really twins, and they do discover more about their parents. All in all this is a solid second book in this great middle grade series. It will be a long wait for the last book, but I am sure it will be worth it. https://elnadesbookchat.com

  14. 4 out of 5

    Janelle Dazzlepants

    Middle grade and I don't really get on, but this was a fun follow up to Ice Wolves! While my YA + Adult reading brain battles with the writing style and how easily the kids achieve the steps on their quest, my 8-10 year old self would have been liiiiiiiiiiiiving for this immersive fantasy world and chosen family! I absolutely adore this Scandinavian-inspired world with dragons versus wolves, and the twins caught in the middle. The world is so lush and atmospheric, and when the weather gets cold, Middle grade and I don't really get on, but this was a fun follow up to Ice Wolves! While my YA + Adult reading brain battles with the writing style and how easily the kids achieve the steps on their quest, my 8-10 year old self would have been liiiiiiiiiiiiving for this immersive fantasy world and chosen family! I absolutely adore this Scandinavian-inspired world with dragons versus wolves, and the twins caught in the middle. The world is so lush and atmospheric, and when the weather gets cold, you can feel it. I also love the magic system and the quest to forbidden lands and mysterious mountaintops, which spoke to my childhood love of Emily Rodda. This instalment sees us venture to Drekhelm, home of the dragons, and it was great to see the dragon society at play! There are some great learning moments here for the characters and young reader about valuing differing perspectives, not jumping to conclusions, finding a balance between heart and head, and trying to understand that history is written from the perspective of the victors. I wish there'd been more obstacles to each stop of the quest, and that the major conflict scene had been slower and more fleshed out, and I struggled a little with the writing style. But it's hard to say whether that's me being a 20-something reading books meant for 10 year olds, or a fault with the writing. Nonetheless, I look forward to seeing where our diverse magical crew end up next.

  15. 5 out of 5

    WhatBookNext .com

    Anders is now with his sister Rayna at Drekhelm, her new home among the dragons he always thought were the enemy. He and his friend Lisabet from his home city Holbard are about to face the Dragonmeet – a group of dragons who determine law and order in Drekhelm. Will they be allowed to stay? Still finding it strange that he and his sister are opposites, he struggles with whose side he should be on. His sister’s side with the Dragons who take them in – albeit warily. Or with his new friends, the Ice Anders is now with his sister Rayna at Drekhelm, her new home among the dragons he always thought were the enemy. He and his friend Lisabet from his home city Holbard are about to face the Dragonmeet – a group of dragons who determine law and order in Drekhelm. Will they be allowed to stay? Still finding it strange that he and his sister are opposites, he struggles with whose side he should be on. His sister’s side with the Dragons who take them in – albeit warily. Or with his new friends, the Ice Wolves back at Ulfar Academy in Holbard. The more history he learns about Drekhelm and the last great battle between the wolves and dragons, the more he realises neither are at fault, but also both are – at the same time. Lies, misconceptions, propaganda among the peoples of both places against the other has dug a rift so deep, he wonders if it will ever heal. Led by his competent, confident sister his entire life, Anders begins to find his own feet, beliefs and inner courage. They have to stop another war. This part of the trilogy didn’t have quite so much of the tension I relished in the first book, but watching Anders come into his own was interesting. The dragon flights and fights were thrilling, along with the revelations about the twins’ parents and how they too wanted to prevent conflict across their two worlds. Author – Amie Kaufman Age – 9+

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I just love these kids so much! They're so brave and honestly, I would have been head over heels for this series as a 10-year-old. I'm still loving it as a 26-year-old! I love the transformation magic, what kid didn't love dragons and wolves? Just the best creatures to pick. I'm so happy we got to see so much of the dragon's realm in the book when the first focused so heavily on the wolves. After seeing how both societies are run it's clear that both have many problems. Though I will say I vastl I just love these kids so much! They're so brave and honestly, I would have been head over heels for this series as a 10-year-old. I'm still loving it as a 26-year-old! I love the transformation magic, what kid didn't love dragons and wolves? Just the best creatures to pick. I'm so happy we got to see so much of the dragon's realm in the book when the first focused so heavily on the wolves. After seeing how both societies are run it's clear that both have many problems. Though I will say I vastly prefer dragon school to the wolf academy. The flight of the dragons also allowed us to see more of the world in which these books are set. There are some really magical descriptions of the landscapes and the various places they travel to. We also discover more of Anders and Rayna's past and it is juicy! The new dragon characters were a lot of fun. I love that even though these kids have grown up with so much prejudice between them they manage to see beyond what they've been told and become friends with someone they've been told to hate. I do wish it had been a little harder for them at some points in their quest but that's likely because I'm an adult reading a middle grade. Younger me probably would have felt a lot differently. I'm very excited to see how this series concluded in the final book!

  17. 5 out of 5

    arashi

    4.5 :) This book in the series was a lot of fun. The world-building was excellent and I enjoyed learning more about the dragon's city - Drekhelm. The characters were well-written and didn't seem one dimensional. They had weaknesses and strengths and weren't just the same person all the way through, every character had some sort of dynamic aspect. (view spoiler)[Hayn as an uncle though TvT (hide spoiler)] The writing is definitely growing on me, I enjoyed this book more than the last one. I can't d 4.5 :) This book in the series was a lot of fun. The world-building was excellent and I enjoyed learning more about the dragon's city - Drekhelm. The characters were well-written and didn't seem one dimensional. They had weaknesses and strengths and weren't just the same person all the way through, every character had some sort of dynamic aspect. (view spoiler)[Hayn as an uncle though TvT (hide spoiler)] The writing is definitely growing on me, I enjoyed this book more than the last one. I can't decide if I'd be a wolf or a dragon :/. Maybe dragon because of the (view spoiler)[difficulty making decisions. (Dragonmeet) lol (hide spoiler)] , I don't know, wolves seem fun too though! I always have respect for authors who can come up with (view spoiler)[cryptic riddles (hide spoiler)] . That stuff is hard to write and formulate. Can't wait for book three!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a fantastic sequel, I really loved the first book and this was a brilliant follow up! I think I marginally prefered book one. I loved seeing the wolves and dragons (the kids at least) begin to trust one another and work together to prevent the idiot adults from rushing into a war for no reason. The plot point of who their parents were was very nicely done and I can't wait to see what role that will end up playing! I feel like there's something big that is yet to be revealed about the wo This was a fantastic sequel, I really loved the first book and this was a brilliant follow up! I think I marginally prefered book one. I loved seeing the wolves and dragons (the kids at least) begin to trust one another and work together to prevent the idiot adults from rushing into a war for no reason. The plot point of who their parents were was very nicely done and I can't wait to see what role that will end up playing! I feel like there's something big that is yet to be revealed about the wolf leaders and I cannot wait to find out! I'm still really surprised how much I'm enjoying a middle-grade book (that isn't Harry Potter but let's be real they don't count), it's so well done and makes for a really fun exciting read! I cannot wait for the final book to come out! Definitely a must-read for fantasy fans!

  19. 4 out of 5

    LeeAnne

    The story of twins, Anders and Rayna, continues in this sequel to Ice Wolves. As in the first of this series, a story of misunderstanding, fear, and misplaced anger continues as the adult Scorch Dragons believe the Ice Wolves will attack after they've recovered the secret weapon that will change the weather and weaken the dragons. As Rayna and Anders realize that they are truly related and who their parents are, it becomes vital that the two groups find a way to work together so that they can li The story of twins, Anders and Rayna, continues in this sequel to Ice Wolves. As in the first of this series, a story of misunderstanding, fear, and misplaced anger continues as the adult Scorch Dragons believe the Ice Wolves will attack after they've recovered the secret weapon that will change the weather and weaken the dragons. As Rayna and Anders realize that they are truly related and who their parents are, it becomes vital that the two groups find a way to work together so that they can live peacefully. Kaufman continues to write the story for a middle-grade audience with nuanced messages for those paying attention; there is deeper meaning in this story, and I can't wait for the third book in this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    KB

    Scorch Dragons begins where Ice Wolves left off, with Anders and Lisabet inside the mountain of the dragons. Anders is finally reunited with his sister and learns that while he was at Ulfar Academy making friends, Rayna was doing the same with the dragons. There is a war approaching quickly. While Anders' wolf classmates were attempting to rescue him and Lisabet they stole an artifact from the dragons that enhances the cold. Sigrid plans to use the artifact to weaken the dragons and defeat them. Scorch Dragons begins where Ice Wolves left off, with Anders and Lisabet inside the mountain of the dragons. Anders is finally reunited with his sister and learns that while he was at Ulfar Academy making friends, Rayna was doing the same with the dragons. There is a war approaching quickly. While Anders' wolf classmates were attempting to rescue him and Lisabet they stole an artifact from the dragons that enhances the cold. Sigrid plans to use the artifact to weaken the dragons and defeat them. It's up to Anders, Lisabet, Rayna, and the rest of their friends to stop the wolves from using the artifact and keep the peace between the wolves and dragons. A lot rests on the shoulders of these kids.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Personally, I liked this one, but I felt that the first had a bit more magic. Maybe it was just the newness element, but this could use a bit more a of a light tone. Granted, this does move the story along beautifully and BLESS my sweet cinnamon roll son, Anders, for stepping up to a bigger leadership role. I will say that all the people being introduced was confusing, but I loved all the people being introduced and the twists about who is who. Overall, a great book but it got a bit sad and a mi Personally, I liked this one, but I felt that the first had a bit more magic. Maybe it was just the newness element, but this could use a bit more a of a light tone. Granted, this does move the story along beautifully and BLESS my sweet cinnamon roll son, Anders, for stepping up to a bigger leadership role. I will say that all the people being introduced was confusing, but I loved all the people being introduced and the twists about who is who. Overall, a great book but it got a bit sad and a mite confusing. (READ THIS ONLY AFTER READING THE FIRST ONE RECENTLY.)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I knew I was going to enjoy this book but I didn't just enjoy it I loved it. It picks up right where Book 1 ended, there is information about the twins family, the quest that Anders and his friends go on, and where the ending left off at. I really appreciate the map in the front of the books, I have never went back and forth so many times. I am excited to see what book 3 is going to bring into this world.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Magdalyn Ann

    Another thrilling tale from Amie Kaufman! A fun sequel with loads of things to set up. It dragged a little, but that tends to happen with second books that are setting up for a series finale. At least, I think this is a trilogy. No word on if there's more coming, but I can't wait to get Book 3 in my hands!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kim Gontarz

    Anders and Rayna are back together one as a wolf and one as a dragon. They are in the mountains of the dragons and learning that to save both worlds they must work together again. How will they convince the adults that they are destroying everything? Will the scepter provide the balance they need to stop the chaos?

  25. 5 out of 5

    Imogene

    I think that a lot of people who read the Kaufman/ Kristoff collaborations feel like Kristoff is responsible for most of the trauma. Please find definitive proof that Amie is just as gleeful about destroying hearts as Jay is. Plus she’s getting in early with the MG age group! I LOVE this series. 4.5 riddle-quests out of 5. Pluses for the friendships

  26. 4 out of 5

    my_life_full_of_stories

    3.5* This was a good sequel and an adventure. I liked the characters and the relationship between brother and sister and how close they were to finding their mother, hope to see more of that in the third book. I wasn't expecting that ending... it felt a little too soon... Overall it was a good middle grade book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Isabelle

    Nice map. I loved the beginning and end illustrations too. The riddles were way easy at the beginning, but by the 4th one had become only fairly easy. I really like this fantasy world, and will totally read the next one. I think this series will become a favourite of a lot of upper-elementary schoolers. This has been a Generic Isabelle Review of Random Comments™.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lex

    I quite liked this than the first book. So much stuff has been happening and the adventure! More dragon action though, by that I meant flying and A History of Dragons. Lol. Which is awesome. I liked it better than the wolves' history.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kari Janine

    Better than the first book, Ice Wolves, which was very good. Scorch Dragons had more action, more character growth. Rayna and Anders are growing up, and learning about who they are. I’m really looking forward to the third book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Catriona

    Not written for me but still a great read. Sometimes with sequels they do not live up to the promise of the first book but this did and more! I can’t wait for my children to read it and we can discuss it. The only disappointment was the ending.... I wanted the book to continue.

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