☆ How to Fight a Dragon’s Fury || ↠ PDF Download by ✓ Cressida Cowell


  • Title: How to Fight a Dragon’s Fury
  • Author: Cressida Cowell
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  • Page: 270
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  • Book 12 is the epic finale to the New York Times bestselling How to Train Your Dragon series The Doomsday of Yule has arrived, and the future of dragonkind lies in the hands of one boy with nothing to show, but everything to fight for Hiccup s quest is clear But can he end the rebellion Can he prove himself to be king Can he save the dragons The stakes have never bBook 12 is the epic finale to the New York Times bestselling How to Train Your Dragon series The Doomsday of Yule has arrived, and the future of dragonkind lies in the hands of one boy with nothing to show, but everything to fight for Hiccup s quest is clear But can he end the rebellion Can he prove himself to be king Can he save the dragons The stakes have never been higher, as the very fate of the Viking world hangs in the balance
    Cressida Cowell
    Cressida Cowell grew up in London and on a small, uninhabited island off the west coast of Scotland She was convinced that there were dragons living on this island, and has been fascinated by dragons ever since She has a BA in English Literature from Oxford University, a BA in Graphic Design from St Martin s and an MA in Narrative Illustration from Brighton Cressida loves illustrating her own work, but also loves writing books for other people to illustrate as the end result can be so unexpected and inspiring Cressida has written and illustrated eight books in the popular Hiccup series The unique blend of child centred humour and sublime prose made Hiccup an instant hit How to Train Your Dragon is now published in over 30 languages A DreamWorks Animation feature film is out in March 2010 Also the author of picture books, Cressida has won the Nestle Children s Book Prize 2006 and has been shortlisted for many others Cressida lives in Hammersmith with her husband and three children Her Books 1 How to Train Your Dragon 2003 2 How to Be a Pirate 2004 3 How to Speak Dragonese 2005 4 How to Cheat a Dragon s Curse 2006 5 How to Twist a Dragon s Tale 2007 6 A Hero s Guide to Deadly Dragons 2008 7 How to Ride a Dragon s Storm 2008 8 How to Break a Dragon s Heart 2010 9 How to Steal a Dragon s Sword 2011 10 How to Seize a Dragon s Jewel 2012


    Commentaires:

    Drew
    “It was as if the whole world was on fire.”It's been so long since I started this series. I've read these books over the years and it feels like I've finally come to the end of a long, memorable journey with Hiccup and his friends.You may have seen the popular movie adaption, but I promise you it's NOTHING like the book. For one thing, the dragons are neither friends nor enemies of the Vikings. The Vikings enslave the dragons and treat them like their working machines. But Hiccup can speak t [...]

    Princess of Dragons
    All I can say after reading this book, was that my emotions were all over the place.It is hard enough to come to the end of a brilliant series, and that alone can make me sad.But the end of the journey for Hiccup, the last few chapters in his tale of becoming a hero the hard way, were the best that Cressida has ever written. Highs and lows followed one after each other, relentless in the pacing, as we hope and hope for a good ending, and just when we think we might get it, she snatches it away a [...]

    Erin
    It could have been a 3 star read, but, as always, the emotional epilogue pushed it up a rating. (How do these epilogues always manage to wring a tear or two out of me?)This book is the final one of the series, a culmination in which we are to learn whether or not all dragons will be destroyed. I'd say that, overall, this book does (and is) exactly what most fans will be expecting, so I won't go into too much detail. The only minor complaint I have is that, after so many adventures together, I wi [...]

    Gillian
    I believe that this was and is the greatest series of all time. This book probably was the best ending that a book could have. Hiccup and Camiazie all the way! Fishlegs and Eggingarde ( i'm pretty sure I spelled that wrong). I am glad that Cressida summed up what happens to the dragons . It makes me want to look for them to see where they are. dont worry I wont tell you anything else but I want everyone in the world to know about this book.

    Anne
    I'm so sad that this series is over. I've enjoyed listening to all of Hiccup's adventures (narrated by the always-fabulous David Tennant!) over the past few years, and now there aren't any more to look forward to.This conclusion was sort of melancholy, anyway, particularly the epilogue. The conclusion of all the plot lines and the way everything came together in the end was good, but there were some discontinuity problems in the narrative between this volume and the others. The twist ending for [...]

    Ana Rînceanu
    I knew it was coming, but I wasn't ready. I can't believe this is the end! It was amazing!

    Hannah
    *crying*

    D.C.
    This is one of those books where you close the cover and long to write a glowing review of its positively poignant merits, but cannot bring yourself to do it without listing your gripes about it because you know it's flawed. First, I would like to conduct a short rant. It goes as follows: This story is moving enough without the author having to hammer you in the head with, "This is the moral of the story! Did you hear me, that's the moral! That's what I want you to know!" It's cheesy, and detrac [...]

    Amy B
    An intense, heart-warming, wild, clever, inspirational, and overall satisfying conclusion to a fabulous series. I'm sad that Hiccup's adventures have come to an end, and yet immensely grateful, as I imagine he is, that his troubles are over - we've been through a lot together. Cowell is a great storyteller and has a cunning way with her characters, crafting both her heroes and villains with a range of emotions and attributes that makes each one developed and believable, which makes the story so [...]

    Nettle
    This arrived totally out of the blue, I'd forgotten I'd pre-ordered it and had no idea it was out, it just appeared on the doorstep. I almost didn't want to start reading, knowing where it was going to end, but I did. Eventually. :(The opening was a bit ropey, it felt like it needed more editing, but either the writing got better as it went on or I stopped noticing it.The end still made me tear up a little. A good series. In the end, Love conquers all, but all things must change.:'( Goodbye.

    DaNae
    Why reading fiction is valuable. A book silly enough to have characters named Snotwart and Fishlegs unfolds the dangers and traps of war, bigotry, and nationalism.

    Sophia
    I can not even fucking hell this last book was amazing. And about Fishlegs you just feel Ghargharrrrr!!!! And and ghasaaasssssssaaaaaa!!!! I just loved it so much.

    Holly
    Love this series. Great lessons. Well orchestrated plot & details woven throughout the books. This last one did not disappoint. About half way through the book, Hiccup is addressing a crowd and tells them his cousin sacrificed his life for him (Book 11) and says, "In honor of Snotlout, because he believed in me, and because his sacrifice must not be in vain. When I am King, he will live on in me. I will carry him with me every step I take, every decision I make." I was overcome as I thought [...]

    mimish100
    Amazing conclusion to a breath taking series. Truth be told, I cried. A lot. More likely bawled my eyes out

    Dana Salman
    Nothing feels better than reading the finale of a series you love that delivers everything you hoped for.Now, usually after finishing a series I love as much as this one, I'd go through a period of time, ranging from a day to under a week, where I've got this strangely nice, aching feeling inside and my life suddenly seems aimless and I sort of put myself on pause, going through my days on auto-pilot, while I try to process the finality of the characters and their story.Strange that I didn't get [...]

    Kristen
    There were dragons when I was a boy.I love this series so much--I'm glad to have finished but am sad that it's over. I love Toothless, Hiccup, Fishlegs, Camicazi, and the rest so much--I even bought a series set and a stuffed Toothless for my unborn son's nursery!Like the other books later in the series, this one deals with more serious issues and topics. There's still humor and adventure, but Hiccup's responsibilities are enormous in this one. He's no longer the gangly, scared boy we first met [...]

    Lyuba
    I'm rarely that emotional about a book series, but How to Train Your Dragon books have truly got me. What started out as a lighthearted funny series ended up as a true emotional roller coaster. As much as I hated the bittersweet ending, I think it was exactly the one the series needed.

    Hafsa
    😭

    Tessa
    That ending. . .

    Deborah Pickstone
    Final of the series. I am quite surprised how this children's series really sucked me in and kept me enthralled. My only complaint was that the ending was very protracted - which often happens when an author finds it hard to let go of their story and characters. I have to say - I do believe in dragons completely!

    Stuart
    I received a review copy of How to Fight a Dragon's Fury a few weeks before the book actually went on sale. In true spoiler sport fashion, I flipped to the back of the book and read the epilogue. I did the same thing when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out, and I'll do it in the future with other series too. I have to know if a series I have invested myself in is going to end well or if I'm going to be disappointed. I am here to tell you that the twelfth and final installment of Cress [...]

    Judy
    More of what Cressida Cowell does incredibly well. And she's tied up all the loose ends with this one. (It always amazes me that anyone can be so methodical and logical that they can envisage a series with a complex plot and get it to all tie up together. It's not my kind of brain worko But then I'm no good at Chess.) This series will remain on my all time favourites list. I did think that the last quarter was a little overcooked, with a bit of repetition and over-long scenes (especially the emo [...]

    Edīte Matuseviča
    I first learnt about this series of books after watching the film which is nothing like the books (still good though). For a while, I kind of forgot about it, but then I discovered the audiobooks read by the amazing David Tennant. They gripped me and I listened to all 11 of them. The twelfth had not yet been released. When I went to London last week, I was actually planning on getting the final book at Foyles, but I didn't look for it too carefully and didn't find it there. Then at the airport l [...]

    Story
    FATE. I love how much they talk about FATE, and 'the past'. That just somehow connects with the fact that sea dragons can see into the future, and the past. I guess we all can see into the PAST, and the FUTURE. Here's how:To see the past, we remember. To see the future, we hope. Easy! Also, just the strength of Hiccup's words is AMAZING, and not just his words, but words in general. I mean, most of his victories through the books are won with words, not battles. This shows how important language [...]

    Jen
    The 5 stars is for the series as a whole. The final book in this series had a few things I could nitpick over (giving it 4 stars), but overall it was a completely satisfying end to this middle-grades viking/dragon epic. I read all 12 of these books aloud to my daughter, starting in the 2nd grade and finishing now with her in 5th. The series starts off with a ton of silliness, some slightly crude humor, and swimming in action and adventure. Very quickly, the heart of the series (and the character [...]

    Emily
    And so it comes to an end. I think the author carried off the ending quite well. It isn't easy to take such a tense storyline and bring it to a satisfactory conclusion. It is always difficult for the reader who invests themselves in the characters because we just want the story to go on and on and on, but, like the Lord of the Rings or the Narnia series, there has to be an ending at some point otherwise the story loses it's purpose, it's direction. I feel that this series holds it's direction th [...]

    Cathrin
    Hörbuch, gelesen von David TennantIch habe ein kleines Bewertungsproblem, weil ich keines der Hör-Bücher schlechter als 4 Sterne bewertet habe und dieses keineswegs das "schlechteste" der Reihe ist, aber irgendwie trotzdem weniger gut als das davor. Also sagen wir 3 Sterne für die Story und einen Bonusstern für David ;)Dies ist der langersehnte letzte Teil der Reihe. In den vorherigen Büchern wurde ziemlich viel Spannung in Hinblick auf dieses Ende aufgebaut, vielleicht bin ich darum ein k [...]

    Zac Khalinsky
    This is the final book in the How to Train Your Dragon series. In this book, Hiccup is able to end the battle between dragon’s and men. Can he become King of the Wilderwest?I thought this book was really good. My favourite bit was the battle between the humans and the dragons. It was a really exciting battle.I’m a bit sad that this is the final because I have really enjoyed reading this series.As with How to Betray a Dragon’s Hero, if you like the Dragon’s Riders of Berk and Dragon’s D [...]

    Claire
    EDIT 5/12/15: Yaaaaaay! This IS real, and we have a release date and cover art and everything! Thank you so much, Cressida Cowell. You have made a lot of eager fans very happy. :)Aw man, I REALLY hope this is real, and not some douche here on trolling us. I can't find any official information on Cressida Cowell's website about the release date for this book (or even its title), so I don't know whether to jump for joy that we finally have a title and release date in the works, or to just sit in [...]

    Hope
    Honestly, really great way to wrap up the series. 4 stars may be too little but I feel like parts of the ending were paced kind of awkwardly. Other than that it did a stellar job.I really enjoy the themes of this series the best. Alvin's behavior caused Fate not to work in his favor, but vice versa for Hiccup. Cowell is saying that you need to be a good person to truly have a good life, and that everyone has a chance to change. I really liked the way these books grew and changed until they becam [...]

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