Dragonslayer follows the story of three children and their experiences with dragons in the land of Pyrrhia. Wren was left by her village as a sacrifice for the dragons. She runs away and finds a lost dragon, and the two of them travel the world together. Leaf is distraught by her sister being eaten by dragons, and swears revenge against them. He sets out to become a dragonslayer and protect humans from what happened to his sister. Ivy thinks her father, Dragonslayer, is not trustworthy. She teams up with her friends to find out the truth about her father and what happened when he killed the dragon. These three cross paths to help find the truth about the dragons and to shape the future between humans and dragons.
I thought that this book was a great book that kept me interested. I think the way that the point of view kept switching throughout the book made me want to keep reading and figure out how the stories are connected. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading fantasy books or who have read the Wings of Fire series. I think that the ending could have been a little better because there were lots of unresolved conflicts. I thought the cover was great and it really interested me to read it because it displayed an action scene in the process.