The Dragon Rebellion has begun, bringing the Vikings' darkest hour upon them. Hiccup has become an outcast, but that won't stop him from going on the most harrowing and important quest of his life. He must find the Dragon's Jewel in order to save his people...but where should he begin?
Don't miss Hiccup's most dangerous adventure yet!
©2013 Cressidea Cowell (P)2014 Hachette Audio
Im a grandmother and a bibliomaniac, but these books are my favorite (except for Pratchett). And they just keep getting better and better. The stories, the reader (Who?), the music (which is always too loud... my ONLY complaint), all send you to a wondeful place I love to visit over and over.
Non-stop action and surprises in this story. My 6 year old and I were hooked and listened as much as we could during the day. Ended on a crazy cliff hanger again which will drive us wild with anticipation until we get the next volume. This is an incredibly well written series and Cressida Cowell gets my utmost thanks and appreciation for bringing these characters to life and into our world. We had really enjoyed the movie but I'm not sure we will ever watch it again after listening to the books. My kids have become excited about drawing dragons and are planning to make their own dragon guide which will be a really fun project.
If you are not already into this series start at book one and enjoy the ride!
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
Things are not looking good for Hiccup. Berk's world has made a turn for the worst. I can't wait to continue on to find out what will happen to the dragons. As usual David Tennett rocks, love his voice, so much character.
First off... listen to the book. Secondly find how to rate the book in your app if using. Follow directions. If scoring the book in dragonese please use your dragonese keypad firstly. Once this is done simply type" right gooda puff puff smiley at can't be a rubbed downna" which translates roughly to "is a great book and you can't go wrong"
This man is fabulous!! He seems to have an extensive understanding of the fact that we can't see him, and adjusts his style to reading and performing a story instead of performing it in a more visually oriented way. Very talented!! The character voices are wonderful, and even the straight narration is very well done, never boring. I love these books, but now when I read them the characters all have a voice of their own. I plan on getting some of the other books that Mr. Tenent has read, and I am sure that I will enjoy them.. All I can find are some of the classics that he has read, and I loved them the first time I read them. After listening to these, all I can think is that they may be improved with his talent.
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