So, I really though Glory would fit this line of advice, and as I started to upload this from my tablet, I got to thinking, every one of the Dragonetts of Destiny are extremely relatable.
Clay: He never liked to fight, and would most definitely have preferred to talk through every challenge he was faced with, but his trusting got him and the other Dragonetts in more trouble than he wanted, and he felt the only way to make it up to them was to put himself in the area to save them. He would sacrifice himself to save them from what he knew he brought on them, just to give them one last chance at getting out alive.
Tsunami: She knows how headstrong and compulsive she is, but she needed to grow up that way unless she wanted to see her friends get hurt. Her feirce loyalty to her friends made her strong, strong enough to defy her own tribe to save them from Blister’s talons, and even through she felt bad about having to leave her famaily behind, and it hurt her to do it, but it also gave her the will to see the war to it’s end, so no one else got hurt, so her little sister didn’t get hurt. She had to learn to put other’s needs before her own and care more about her friends opinions.
Glory: She was raised by emotionally and occasionally physically abusive parents, even thogh she was either as, or smarter than Starflight. But even through all of that, she ended probably caring the most about her friends and her tribe, and rose to defend them every time they needed her. So for Glory, even though she was abused, she turned out to be the strongest of all of them.
Starflight: Oh Starflight… He had so much expected from him, he needed to be the leader of the Dragonets, but "leader” just wasn’t in his blood. Also, he had such high hopes for his tribe, that they’d be everything he’d dreamed, but in the end, he was glad he wasnt raised with them. He had chosen his friends over his tribe, and in a way, Starflight opened his eyes just before he lost his eyesight.
Sunny: No one expected Sunny to do anything great, they only knew her for her happy-go-lucky attitude, when really, that wasn’t all of her. But after so long, she needed to proved to herself that there really was more to her than what her friends thought. And that’s why she left the rainforest, to prove she was more. But, when it came down to it, it was her personality that saved so many lives. She learned to accept herself, and to embrace herself.
And this is why I love WoF All of the main charactors are so caring for each other, and in their book, learned something about themselves. They also have traits that everyone can relate to. I just I love these books