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The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in the third graphic novel adaptation! Glory knows that the dragon world is wrong about her being "a lazy RainWing." Maybe she wasn't meant to be one of the dragonets of destiny, but Glory is sharp and her venom is deadly...even if that's still a secret. So when the dragonets seek shelter in the rain The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in the third graphic novel adaptation! Glory knows that the dragon world is wrong about her being "a lazy RainWing." Maybe she wasn't meant to be one of the dragonets of destiny, but Glory is sharp and her venom is deadly...even if that's still a secret. So when the dragonets seek shelter in the rain forest, Glory is devastated to find that the treetops are full of RainWings that nap all day and know nothing of the rest of Pyrrhia. Worst of all, they don't realize -- or care -- that RainWings are going missing from their beautiful forest. But Glory and the dragonets are determined to find the missing dragons, even if it drags the peaceful RainWing kingdom where they never wanted to be -- into the middle of the war. The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this third graphic novel adaptation, with art by Mike Holmes.


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The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in the third graphic novel adaptation! Glory knows that the dragon world is wrong about her being "a lazy RainWing." Maybe she wasn't meant to be one of the dragonets of destiny, but Glory is sharp and her venom is deadly...even if that's still a secret. So when the dragonets seek shelter in the rain The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in the third graphic novel adaptation! Glory knows that the dragon world is wrong about her being "a lazy RainWing." Maybe she wasn't meant to be one of the dragonets of destiny, but Glory is sharp and her venom is deadly...even if that's still a secret. So when the dragonets seek shelter in the rain forest, Glory is devastated to find that the treetops are full of RainWings that nap all day and know nothing of the rest of Pyrrhia. Worst of all, they don't realize -- or care -- that RainWings are going missing from their beautiful forest. But Glory and the dragonets are determined to find the missing dragons, even if it drags the peaceful RainWing kingdom where they never wanted to be -- into the middle of the war. The #1 New York Times bestselling Wings of Fire series soars to new heights in this third graphic novel adaptation, with art by Mike Holmes.

30 review for The Hidden Kingdom

  1. 4 out of 5

    A Reader in Time

    SO GOOD I NEED BOOK 4 ASAP

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mmesoma

    Stupid me thought it was October 15th, 2018 and not 2019. I was about to storm my library demanding why I couldn't find the book in their catalogs. Thank goodness I looked over the publication date again. I actually read the book and as you can guess....... IT WAS AMAZING If you see my other reviews, you would know that I rated the other graphic novels veryyyy low because I felt like they didn't really represent the character and thier designs properly. This graphic novel is the exception though and Stupid me thought it was October 15th, 2018 and not 2019. I was about to storm my library demanding why I couldn't find the book in their catalogs. Thank goodness I looked over the publication date again. I actually read the book and as you can guess....... IT WAS AMAZING If you see my other reviews, you would know that I rated the other graphic novels veryyyy low because I felt like they didn't really represent the character and thier designs properly. This graphic novel is the exception though and I'm honestly surprised that it did this well. I thought that if the other graphic novels flopped when designing the basic characters it would do worse designing the rainwings since they were so vibrant. Not only were they able to show the different colors of the rainwings, they were also able to differentiate each rainwing so they don't look the same unlike what they did in books 1 and 2. I also thought they improved the other characters as well. They looked more vibrant and animated and I loved it. I loved Kinkajou's and Tamarin's designs! I had some complaints before but I can't remember it now since they were too petty to be remembered. Reading the graphic novel has reminded me of how much I love Glory and this whole series. I'm going back and reading the graphic novel again! 😁 Edit 11.11.19 I read the graphic novel and saw that there were subtle changes of color in the rainwings and i love that detail!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex Richey

    The story is so good, and combined with the gorgeous illustrations I am just so in love with these adaptations!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Annie (Putt)

    Still not a fan about how some scenes are cut out of the graphic novels, but as a whole, this one has been my favorite for a variety of reasons. Firstly, Glory is my favorite WOF character of all time, and anything that includes her is better (I promise I'm not rating the book on this, though, lol). The story felt a lot more streamlined than the previous two graphic novels, almost as though the creators finally figured out what scenes are the least important to the plot and are removed compared Still not a fan about how some scenes are cut out of the graphic novels, but as a whole, this one has been my favorite for a variety of reasons. Firstly, Glory is my favorite WOF character of all time, and anything that includes her is better (I promise I'm not rating the book on this, though, lol). The story felt a lot more streamlined than the previous two graphic novels, almost as though the creators finally figured out what scenes are the least important to the plot and are removed compared to The Dragonet Prophecy that would remove parts of scenes and wrap up said scene with no explanation as to how the dragons got there or what was happening. The internal monologues in this compared to The Lost Heir were better, but that could also be in part to how much of Tsunami's story was in her head compared to Glory's. The artwork still isn't the best, but between some of the gorgeous scenes from The Lost Heir and now the full-page spreads from The Hidden Kingdom, I think I appreciate it more. Is it my favorite comic adaption of something I love ever? No. I still think the Warriors manga are some of the best, but that's also because they create new stories, not recreate old ones. It's hard to have a comic/manga adaptation of a book and not compare them. I do think Wings of Fire would have been better if the comics were strictly new content or even the Winglets in comic form. As it is, will I continue to buy these? Obviously. I want the whole first series since it is the best that the WoF universe has to offer.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Naomi Waters

    I was disappointed with how some characters were designed in this graphic novel and how rushed the ending was. I could tell that the ending was extremely rushed with how scenes didn't transition or progress right, random scenes that were actually necessary were taken out, how blocky and lacking in creativity the panels were, the censorship can't make up its mind, and almost every rainwing has the exact same body type. Anyone who has read the book will know that Jambu is supposed to be constantly I was disappointed with how some characters were designed in this graphic novel and how rushed the ending was. I could tell that the ending was extremely rushed with how scenes didn't transition or progress right, random scenes that were actually necessary were taken out, how blocky and lacking in creativity the panels were, the censorship can't make up its mind, and almost every rainwing has the exact same body type. Anyone who has read the book will know that Jambu is supposed to be constantly smiling, is always happy. In this novel, when you do see him he doesn't act like Jambu. There is so much skipping around between characters expressions at the very end that

  6. 4 out of 5

    Wyatt J.

    I liked this book a little more than the first and second books for a couple of reasons. First, I liked the storyline better than the other two and I liked the ending. It left me wondering what the next book will be about. I wanted to read the fourth book so bad, but it has not yet come out yet. I would recommend this book to people who have read the first and second books and anyone who needs a quick and interesting book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    GuineaPigFalconer

    I’ve been a sucker for dragon stories for as long as I can remember, and Wings of Fire in particular has been an enjoyable series that I’ve read since middle school. It’s fun to see the characters and world come to life in illustrations, and as always the plot of these books keeps me hooked! A major win for dragons.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn

    Loved the pictures and Kinkajou.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sam W.

    A great colorful graphic novel adaptation of Tui's very good series. This is a great book but I would definitely recommend reading the real series first.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ian C

    I think this has to be the best Wings of Fire graphic novel I've ever read. Probably because this book's point of view is coming from Glory, my favorite character out of the five dragonets. Glory's sarcastic personality is what makes her my favorite character. It makes me grin every time Glory is sarcastic to the other dragonets. It was heartwarming when Glory found out that Jambu was her brother, just how like Clay found out he had a bunch of awesome brothers and sisters. In case you haven't no I think this has to be the best Wings of Fire graphic novel I've ever read. Probably because this book's point of view is coming from Glory, my favorite character out of the five dragonets. Glory's sarcastic personality is what makes her my favorite character. It makes me grin every time Glory is sarcastic to the other dragonets. It was heartwarming when Glory found out that Jambu was her brother, just how like Clay found out he had a bunch of awesome brothers and sisters. In case you haven't noticed, most dragon parents are kind of jerks. I like that Glory isn't lazy like all the other rain wings, she's the exact opposite. Glory is super hardworking and takes charge when fourteen rain wings were missing and no one else was doing anything. I would recommend this book for anybody who likes the original wings of fire books or anyone who likes dragons. Although I think this is the best graphic novel in the series, I strongly recommend you read the first two graphic novels in the series first.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    I haven't had a chance to read the original novels (they're never on my library's shelves - always checked out!!) so I've been grabbing the graphic novels as they come in to give me a taste. Totally worth it. The world building in this series is amazing. Each of the prophesied dragonets has their own distinct personality with both good and bad traits (none are perfect), and each of the dragon breeds/kingdoms is unique. There's tons of dragon politics at play (on the big and small scale - between I haven't had a chance to read the original novels (they're never on my library's shelves - always checked out!!) so I've been grabbing the graphic novels as they come in to give me a taste. Totally worth it. The world building in this series is amazing. Each of the prophesied dragonets has their own distinct personality with both good and bad traits (none are perfect), and each of the dragon breeds/kingdoms is unique. There's tons of dragon politics at play (on the big and small scale - between the battling Queen and their allied kingdoms, and within the Rainwing kingdom leaders too), and the whole series is way more than a simple adventure. This particular book is Vol 3, focusing on Glory's story - her turn to be reunited with the kingdom she was stolen from as an egg. Glory's is an interesting story. She doesn't technically belong with the dragonets - she's the "replacement" egg that's not part of the prophecy. While her fellow dragonets accept her, the older dragons always wash her with the brush of her dragon kingdom: Rainwings are lazy, gluttonous, good-for-nothing. Which Glory definitely isn't! So how will she fit into her "home" when it turns out some of these stereotypes might be true? Is her home still with the dragonets? Or as a Rainwing? And is this laid-back kingdom being threatened by something sinister? Also - total bit of honesty. I completely ship Glory and Deathbringer!!! No shame. I love bantering, squabbling-type flirting, and that's here! Really want that pairing to make more appearances! And then there's the artwork. Lovely! Rich colors and details really reflect all the individual aspects and personalities - especially with the Rainwings, who change color with their moods. Really just beautiful books. My only complaint is that some of the details (especially on the Nightwings, being so darkly colored) can get lost in the smaller panels on the page. I'd recommend this series for any graphic novel reader who likes a good fantasy adventure, and for maybe that reluctant reader you want to tempt into some bigger stories. I've found a good graphic novel is a good "gateway drug" to a series. Could be a good series for fans of Kathryn Lasky, Jennifer Lynn Alvarez, and Erin Hunter - animal-centric fantasy adventures. Yeah, I really, really want to read the whole series now.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlynn

    I was really excited and nervous for this volume - technicolor dragons in a brilliant rainforest is something that should be thrilling in graphic novel format, and can so easily fall flat. Overall, this adaptation was solid - the art is bright and colorful without being garish, although the style is still fairly simple. I'd love to see a more elaborate artist take on these book, though I know that won't happen. In text, discriminating characters quickly often relies on the first letter/syllable o I was really excited and nervous for this volume - technicolor dragons in a brilliant rainforest is something that should be thrilling in graphic novel format, and can so easily fall flat. Overall, this adaptation was solid - the art is bright and colorful without being garish, although the style is still fairly simple. I'd love to see a more elaborate artist take on these book, though I know that won't happen. In text, discriminating characters quickly often relies on the first letter/syllable of the character's name. In graphic mediums, color schemes fill that role to orient the reader. In The Lost Heir, this was sometimes difficult as the book was largely monochromatic. Going into this book I was nervous since Rainwing color palettes are more complex and constantly change with mood/circumstances. The artist did a great job with body structure to differentiate, better than the previous book, even. I think the scenes with Tamarid could have been a bit more experimental in depicting her experience without alienating the younger audience. My biggest complaint is that the plot of the book shifts gears very abruptly, and the tone shifts with it. The ending doesn't feel satisfying because the pre-shift arc isn't satisfactorily closed. (view spoiler)[The first half focuses on the mystery of the monster and missing Rainwings. The second half if about Glory vying for the throne. By the end, she gets the throne, but saving the Rainwings is on the back burner. I know why, given how the books link up, but its not as tight or satisfying a story structure as the other books. (hide spoiler)] Can't wait for #4.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kiersten W

    This book follows the dragonets of destiny, Clay, Tsunami, Starflight, Sunny, and Glory as they travel through the rainforest. Glory wants to prove that Rainwings are not lazy or weak, as their guardians said in the tunnels. But she finds out that the rainwings actually were somewhat lazy and naive, though they need to be in order to keep themselves healthy. Worse yet is the fact that Rainwings are vanishing without a trace, and the others don't seem to notice or care. Glory decides to find them This book follows the dragonets of destiny, Clay, Tsunami, Starflight, Sunny, and Glory as they travel through the rainforest. Glory wants to prove that Rainwings are not lazy or weak, as their guardians said in the tunnels. But she finds out that the rainwings actually were somewhat lazy and naive, though they need to be in order to keep themselves healthy. Worse yet is the fact that Rainwings are vanishing without a trace, and the others don't seem to notice or care. Glory decides to find them herself, even though it might mean confronted the monster itself. I love this book! The art is amazing and so similar, yet so different, from how I pictured things when I read the chapter book. A must-read, but only for those who have read the other books in the series as well as the graphic novels. I would not recommend starting with this book because it is the third in the series of graphic novels. Tui Sutherland is an incredible author, and this book is truly a work of art.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    This is one of my favorites from the series, so reading it as a graphic novel made the experience even better. All those crazy loveable Rainwings brought to life in vivid color. It made me love them even more. I really didn't think I could love Kinkajou more, but it happened. The artist captures her innocent enthusiasm so well. It really is amazing how close all the drawings are to what I imagined. That never happens in movies. Deathbringer was just as handsome, Blaze was exactly as princessy, Glo This is one of my favorites from the series, so reading it as a graphic novel made the experience even better. All those crazy loveable Rainwings brought to life in vivid color. It made me love them even more. I really didn't think I could love Kinkajou more, but it happened. The artist captures her innocent enthusiasm so well. It really is amazing how close all the drawings are to what I imagined. That never happens in movies. Deathbringer was just as handsome, Blaze was exactly as princessy, Glory's Icewing impression just as rediculous. I didn't realize Mangrove looked so terrible, but it really enhanced his misery. I love his and Orchid's story arc. I love how proudly purple Glory was at the end. Like I said, the graphics just enhance a really awesome story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Honestly, this was my favorite read so far. Glory is my favorite character in these graphic novels, so seeing her not only returning to her home, and seeing other Rain wing dragons as well as learning about their culture, as well as learning about her family was a treat. But (and this is the really spoiler territory so don't read this review if you have not read the books or graphic novels yet) but I loved the ending in which Glory challenges the other Dragon Queens simply because she cares abou Honestly, this was my favorite read so far. Glory is my favorite character in these graphic novels, so seeing her not only returning to her home, and seeing other Rain wing dragons as well as learning about their culture, as well as learning about her family was a treat. But (and this is the really spoiler territory so don't read this review if you have not read the books or graphic novels yet) but I loved the ending in which Glory challenges the other Dragon Queens simply because she cares about her tribe and wants to help them. This graphic novel definitely deserves all five stars. All hail Queen Glory, long may she rain. (Pun intended).

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ella

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was great!!! I liked this book a lot because it was about Rainwings, and Glory has to try to prove that Rainwings are not lazy and stuff. OHOHOH!!! And I LOVED the hidden tunnels!!! There are just so many unanswered questions and stuff. Like, "What side are the Nightwings on? Their own?" and "What queen do they serve???" and "What ever happened to Starflight when he flew to the Nightwings? Was he going there to warn them or to do something else?". UGHHH!!! Just so many questions!!! Anyw This book was great!!! I liked this book a lot because it was about Rainwings, and Glory has to try to prove that Rainwings are not lazy and stuff. OHOHOH!!! And I LOVED the hidden tunnels!!! There are just so many unanswered questions and stuff. Like, "What side are the Nightwings on? Their own?" and "What queen do they serve???" and "What ever happened to Starflight when he flew to the Nightwings? Was he going there to warn them or to do something else?". UGHHH!!! Just so many questions!!! Anyways, I thought this book was great!!! I LOVE how the rainwings can change color and how they only eat fruit! (Cause fruit is great lol) AND, Glory is the best name EVA!!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    The Hidden Kingdom was always my favorite of the original Wings of Fire books, and it makes me so happy to have it in graphic novel form! I enjoyed seeing all the bright colors of the RainWings, and how the artist interpreted the parts of Pyrrhia. Some parts of it made me tear up, and I could remember some parts of the narration from the novel! Specifically, “splash, splash, splash, right on Kinkajou’s wing.” Favorite quote: “ ‘We came to rescue you. Aren’t you pleased?’ ‘Oh. I’m right in the mi The Hidden Kingdom was always my favorite of the original Wings of Fire books, and it makes me so happy to have it in graphic novel form! I enjoyed seeing all the bright colors of the RainWings, and how the artist interpreted the parts of Pyrrhia. Some parts of it made me tear up, and I could remember some parts of the narration from the novel! Specifically, “splash, splash, splash, right on Kinkajou’s wing.” Favorite quote: “ ‘We came to rescue you. Aren’t you pleased?’ ‘Oh. I’m right in the middle of rescuing myself. Maybe some other time.’ ”

  18. 5 out of 5

    Micayla Berry

    It's a pretty good read. Does a pretty good job translating the story into a visual medium. My only problem is the way they portray some of the dragon's actions. What the heck is up with how the dragons sit and stand in this book? Glory on the cover is positioned a bit too much like a human on the cover, and the queen is sitting on her tail. Shouldn't they be sitting more like a dog would? Or any animal with a tail?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Froese

    I learned from Jesset that the development of the graphic novel takes place over the course of the series. I read Book Three - The Hidden Kingdom of the Wings of Fire series. The characters of the dragons and the challenges unfold throughout the graphic novel and the end is actually a teaser for the next book, much like a television series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cadin Berry

    The best book ever. Its so good I get mad at my teacher wen she tells me to pot it down. I think Glory will is a good Qween. yet i think that she is not as powerful to beat the night wings. i think thay might just kill the a lot of Rainwing. or the Qween will get her sweet revenge. or the Deathbringer might just get killed by Glory. yet if the Deathbringer can thro clay, he is powerful enof to kill him. sorry about some spelling

  21. 4 out of 5

    Badlydone

    This has been my favorite of the three Wings of Fire graphic novels released so far. It could be because this involves the Rain Wings, the tribe that I enjoy reading about the most. Because this tribe is so colorful, the artwork is enriched with all the colors. The art is the best aspect of this book, and the story is true to the original novel as well. One of my favorite graphic novels now!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kassy Harris

    I'm still not really a huge fan of this graphic novel adaptation, but just the fact that this book is all RainWings, really helped its case. The RainWings in Mike Holmes's adaptation are gorgeous! Tamarin and Kinkajou are adorable. I pretty much just blasted through this rendition to watch the RainWings change colors.

  23. 5 out of 5

    mykittyquest17

    5 stars Glory is the best! It is so fun to follow her around and se through her eyes. I have always loved this third chapter in the wings of fire series, and it’s one of my favorites. I really enjoyed this graphic novel version, and the way that the Rainwings and their home was portrayed. I’m very exited for the forth graphic novel that is coming out this December, it’ll be awesome.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jaymie

    I'm really enjoying this graphic novel series! I don't know that I would like them as much if I hadn't read the books, but hopefully these work in the opposite direction, too, driving kids to the full books if they love the graphic novel.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Maybe not quite five stars, but it's as good as the written book and extra fun because of being able to see the characters-- it's especially fun to see all the RainWings' different colors and things. That alone earns it somewhere around that many stars. Really good. Not disappointed.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Snowstorm416

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Glory is definitely one of my top favorite dragonettes of the series. Her story was well done and just as I expected, my sassy "magical death spit" girl proved everyone that she can be better than what is expected of a Rainwing.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Massey

    The Graphic Novels following the original series are beautifully designed and follow the original stories well. My eight-year-old has about wore out all the novels so far. We may need to buy fresh copies of each.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rochelle

    Glory is my favourite dragonet so I loved this one. It was beautifully illustrated. Kinkaju is so cute! I am thoroughly enjoying these graphic novels and highly recommend them for wings of fire fans.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tara Wilson

    This is what happens when you try to get another book done just under the wire... Literally read it while waiting at an appointment! Ha! Seemed pretty good, a little more mature than I expected, but my 10 year old loves these.

  30. 4 out of 5

    JK

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love all of the Wings of Fire books, and this book was really good too! The pictures were amazing and it was nice seeing what was happening with pictures, and I loved seeing more Rainwings and I hope to see more types of dragons! Especially the Silkwings if it gets that far!

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