No, I just saw it at the library on display once.
And didn't pick it up.
Then I saw it at Barnes and Nobles awhile later, and thought it might be interesting.
And still didn't pick it up.
Then it was time to get a book for a long bus ride last January. I heavily considered Wings of Fire 1.
But got a Celtic Book instead.
Then, like my first stop upon arriving at the bus' destination was the library. I immediatly got Wings of Fire.
But I had to finish the last book in Gatekeepers by Anthony Horowitz first. And that book's long. And then the second Wrinkle in Time book.
So, I finally started the book the week before Spring Break, but I thought it was a little weird how the Guardians raising them to save the world were so mean.
So I didn't read it much that week.
Then Spring Break started, but I had to watch 5 movies at the library, due in the same amount of days.
So I still wasn't very far in Wings of Fire 1 (Only like Chapter 5).
Then, my scheduel was clear for the rest of the week, and I wanted to do a lot of reading during break, cause I hadn't been reading much lately.
And I became obsessed.
Normally, I like to cycle through my book series, reading one book from each of my main series' each loop (about six books). But I couldn't stay away from Wings of Fire for that long, so I would normally read two, maybe even three each cycle. And when I wasn't reading Wings of Fire, I was rushing through other books in my pile in order to get to the next Wings of Fire book quicker.
And now I'm all caught up with Wings of Fire.