Flying Blind

Flying Blind

Book - 2011
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When a fifteen-year-old Pyr reveals that she is the Wyvern, the one female dragon shape shifter with special powers, she must fight to prevent the Mages from eliminating all the Pyr shape shifters.
Publisher: New York : New American Library, c2011.
ISBN: 9780451233882
0451233883
Branch Call Number: YA SCI FI Cooke Deborah 08/2011
Characteristics: 322 p. ;,21 cm.

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When a fifteen-year-old Pyr reveals that she is the Wyvern, the one female dragon shape shifter with special powers, she must fight to prevent the Mages from eliminating all the Pyr shape shifters.


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Cayla_kay
Aug 17, 2012

I love this book!! I loved the thriller that just comes through in the words that makes you want to read for ever i really recommend this book!!!

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Mahala
Aug 16, 2011

If you love dragon books you will have NO issues getting into this book. There is action, suspense, lots of drama and plenty of chances to read about the wonderful dragons of Zoe's generation and the elder Pyrgo and what they go through to protect the humans. I can't wait for "Winging it" coming out December 2011.

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Cayla_kay
Aug 17, 2012

Cayla_kay thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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Mahala
Aug 16, 2011

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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Mahala
Aug 16, 2011

Zoë Sorensson has more to worry about than the typical teenage girl. She is the Pyr's Wyvern, a lone female dragon shifter with special powers. Problem is Zoë has yet to come into her powers and the Pyr need their Wyvern. Unfortunately her abilities start to arise while trying to protect a friend against a bully and the most important rule is never to expose her kind to humans. Now suspended from school, Zoë is on her way to shifter boot camp with her fellow Pyr friends. Despite this being her first time, Zoë knows something isn't right. Mages are at work weaving their dark magic on the group of young shifters, causing distrust and anger among friends. Zoë must gain confidence in herself in order to become the Wyvern her people need and stop the Mages' plans of exterminating all Pyr before it's too late.

In Flying Blind, we see the world of Deborah Cooke's Dragonfire series through the eyes of a teen age girl who would love to wake up one morning and finally have use for a bra. Yes, Zoë wishes for the usual things a 15 year old girl would love to have. Breasts, the cute older guy to ask her out, not to have to go to gym class, hoping to finally shift into a dragon. Well that last one is unique to Zoë. Along with wanting to fly, breath fire and have the powers to help her kind. Zoë has a lot of pressure on her to become the Wyvern. She complains about her lack of powers but I didn't feel it was necessarily for selfish reasons. She loves what she is and wants to be able to help her Pyr family as only a Wyvern can.

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Mahala
Aug 16, 2011

Violence: there's fighting in both human and dragon form but nothing graphic

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Mahala
Aug 16, 2011

Lock the Portel, Sophie murmeured in my thoughts, and I paid attention as she secured that door in my mind. There was my connection to the wisdom of the ages, but I sensed it was something that should be sampled in moderation.

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