Yes, I double checked when I was at the library today, and if my memory serves me right, it was Chapter 5 of Book 1. It took me a few days to actually get into the book due to me having my own story featuring dragons that I am working on (I didn't want one to influence how I viewed the other). But then I got to chapter 5 and (SPOILER) Starflight is pulled into that secret meeting with Morrowseer, coming out completely distraught, so that he is accidentally tearing his favorite scroll without knowing it. Even though the book is in Clay's perspective, you feel so much emotion for Starflight, and you can't help but wonder what he was told, and what NightWing secrets he now has access to, and the torture of having to wait until Book 4 to find out. Maybe I over-assumed when reading it, now that I've finished book 4, but even looking back, I can't help but relive the emotions I felt reading it the first time, and besides, book 4 left me suffering through some other books in my book pile before I get to book 5 in Wings of Fire anyway (TombQuest 1, Ranger's Apprentice 10, and possibly Wrinkle in Time's Many Waters), so my interest clearly hasn't died. Besides, maybe Starflight did hear a thing or two from Morrowseer that we never found out, being left out because they weren't relevant to the story. I mean, we never get the full conversation do we? Just bits and peices. Then again, Starflight claims not to kno w any NightWing secrets, so... I don't know. (EVEN MORE SPOILER) But if Starflight really is blind, I'm going to be sad. Oh how he loved to read.