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|Book Name:||Fourth Wing|
|Series||The Empyrean #1|
|ePub Size||1 MB|
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Violet Sorrengail was supposed to relocate to the Scribe Quadrant after spending the last twenty years living a peaceful life surrounded by books and history. Her harsh mother, the commanding general, has ordered Violet to compete with the thousands of other hopefuls for a spot among Navarre’s elite, the dragon riders.
Death, however, is only a heartbeat away when you’re smaller than everyone else and your body is brittle, as dragons do not bond to “fragile” humans. They burn them in fire.
Fewer dragons than cadets were willing to form bonds, therefore most would choose to succeed by killing Violet. The others, including Xaden Riorson, the most formidable and merciless wingleader in the Riders Quadrant, would kill her simply for being her mother’s kid.
To witness the next daybreak, she will need all the advantage her wits can provide.
However, as time goes on, the conflict outside becomes more dangerous, the kingdom’s defences are breaking down, and the death toll keeps rising. Even worse, Violet starts to worry that the upper class is keeping a dreadful secret.
friends, rivals, and lovers. There are only two ways out of Basgiath War College: graduate or perish, thus everyone there has a plan.
Begining of the Plot
Violet, a twenty-year-old girl, is preparing for the Riders Quadrant on Conscription Day, her chance to join the ranks of Navarre’s elite. She has been training for six months and is nervous about entering the sector where she has been assigned to serve. Even though she is meant to be on the Continent’s border with the Eastern Wing, Mira, the general, is the only woman who speaks up to the general.
Mira, Violet’s younger mother, is a rider who has dedicated her life to become the best at what she does. Mira, Violet’s mother, is indifferent to her daughter’s weakness and attempts to persuade her that she is not a rider. Mira warns Violet that she should not be locked up in the library since her father cursed her because she is too small and feeble.
Mira, Violet’s mother, informs her daughter that she does not want to accompany Violet into the writer Quadrant since she is the daughter of a writer. Since horsemen are at the pinnacle of the social and military order, in her eyes, scribes are well down at the bottom. Mira claims that she will personally take Violet out by her stupid braid and place her on the parapet if she dares to enter the tunnel leading to the Scribe Quadrant today.
Mother Violet is worried and attempts to shield her daughter from the consequences of her behaviour. She is set on taking charge of her own life, and if that means joining the army like the rest of the conscripts, so be it.
The protagonist’s mother, Mira, has a disagreement with her sibling regarding whether or not to send Violet to the Riders Quadrant. Violet has damaged her arm and sprained her joints in fight, so Mira thinks she won’t make it. Violet has more discomfort before lunchtime than she does all week, according to Mira. There are a lot of rider candidates dying on Conscription Day, and Mira is worried that she may have to mourn another kid.
It’s been months since Mira and her sister have been alone. She assures her daughter Mira that she will be the senior officer for the next three years and that she would not treat her any differently because of their familial relationship. In addition, Mira informs her that they will pressure her more until she proves herself.
Mira, who has just packed up her whole life in boxes, is told to go. Mira says that she was never supposed to be in the Riders Quadrant, but that she is very efficient. When Mira inquires as to her activities, Mira replies that she was never designed for such things. After that, Mira orders her to set down her bag and remove her shoes. After Mira tears through her neatly packed suitcase, she is left without any clothes.
The plot is on a little girl named Mira and her mother, who are both fighting for their livelihoods and do everything it takes to make it.
About The Author
Rebecca Yarros, a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic and coffee enthusiast. Meet the New York Times bestselling author who has written over twenty novels, including Fourth Wing, The Last Letter, and The Things We Leave Unfinished. Eyes Turned Skyward earned her the Colorado Romance Writer’s Award of Excellence. Rebecca’s admiration for military heroes is evident as she has been happily married to hers for more than two decades. As a mother of six, she is currently navigating the teenage years with all four of her hockey-playing sons.
Fourth Wing Book Summary
Reading Forth Wing becomes addictive. One that completely transports you while you read thanks to the world-building and its details, that engulfs and captivates you in the story thanks to the obnubilating querelles and the politics and fables orbiting around them, and that seduces you with the complexity of the characters and the dragons’ veracity of feelings and nuances. Last but not least, one that destroys you due to the inescapable deaths and unforgivable falsehoods.
Twenty years of Violet Sorrengail’s life were devoted to pursuing her one and only goal of becoming a scribe. Her mother, general Sorrengail, a prominent and iconic figure in Navarrian politics and the military, made the decision to submit her “daughter”—violet—to embrace her siblings’ career path and passion, riding dragons. Despite the fact that she lived, ate, and breathed books, maps, and legends, two enormous tragedies that shattered her family’s happiness forced her to change.She had to enrol in Basgiath War College and adhere to one cruel rule: survive the three years of training. But how could she do that when the mere mention of her flimsy existence infuriated the majority of the students and especially Xaden Riorson, a wingleader and one of “The Kids Of The Traitors,” whose parents were brutally murdered on the orders of Violent’s mother, who vowed to make her suffer?
The Tone of the Story
The ruthless and highly competitive atmosphere of a military college devoted to educating dragon riders is the setting for Fourth Wing, an exciting adventure tale. The story has themes of war, conflict, close quarters fighting, dangerous predicaments, carnage, extreme acts of violence, serious injuries, death, poisoning, foul language, and graphic representations of sexual activity. Those among you who are especially vulnerable to the aforementioned dangers are asked to please take note of this warning and take the appropriate precautions before travelling to Basgiath War College.
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