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How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12

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The final book in the series that inspired the How to Train Your Dragon films. In this twelfth adventure, can Hiccup save the dragons? It is the Doomsday of Yule. At the end of this day, either the humans or the dragons will face extinction. Alvin the Treacherous is about to be crowned the King of the Wilderwest on the island of Tomorrow. His reign of terror will begin with the destruction of dragons everywhere. The fate of the dragon world lies in the hands of one young boy as he stands on the nearby isle of Hero's End with nothing to show, but everything to fight for. Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third's Quest is clear. First he must defeat the Dragon Guardians of Tomorrow and prove that he is in fact the rightful king, even though Hiccup has none of the King's Things and Alvin the Treacherous has all ten of them. And then he faces his final battle: Hiccup must fight the Dragon Furious and end the Rebellion ... ALONE. As Doomsday draws to an end can Hiccup be the Hero of the hour? Will the dragons survive? How to Train Your Dragon is now a major DreamWorks franchise. How to Train Your Dragon 3 is scheduled for 2017 starring Cate Blanchett and Jonah Hill and the TV series, Defenders of Berk, can be seen on CBBC and Netflix. Top stuff. - Daily Telegraph Read all of Hiccup's exploits in the series: How to Train Your Dragon, How to Be a Pirate, How to Speak Dragonese, How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse, How to Twist a Dragon's Tale, A Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons, How to Ride a Dragon's Storm, How to Break a Dragon's Heart, How to Steal a Dragon's Sword, How to Seize a Dragon's Jewel and How to Betray a Dragon's Hero. Check out the brilliant website at www.howtotrainyourdragonbooks.com It's the place to go for games, downloads, activities and sneak peeks!

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26th September '15
Read to a child aged 10
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12 9781444916584
5 stars
I have read all 11 other bookes in this series, so I was thrilled when my Mum told me she had won the new and last book in a Twitter competition. The cover is gorgeous and the illustrations are not the best, but they're still pretty good. I would recommend this to anyone who would listen to me! The most exiting bit was "the big fight" between the main character and the evil dragon. My favourite character was the evil dragon. Surprise, surprise! The story was quite exiting and it made feel as if it was happening to me instead of the main character!
28th September '15
MicahW read it themselves aged 6 aged 6
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12 9781444916584
5 stars
This is book 12 of the 'how to train your dragon' books. I haven't read all the previous books, but I have read a couple of the first ones. I think it's a great book for all ages, and I found it very hard to out down, once I started reading it. In this book, it is doomsday, wither humans or dragons will be wiped out. Alvin the treacherous has been chosen to be the new king, which will mean bad things for then dragons. A you g boy Hiccup has the fate of the dragon world in his hand, as he wants to save them. He has battles to face, to see if he will be the hero and if the dragons will survive. This book was very gripping, moving and very funny. It was a really good ending to the series, and a great book I would recommend
16th September '17
I read it to Toadboy1 aged 7 aged 7 & to Toadboy2 aged 7 aged 7
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12 9781444916584
5 stars
I have read the whole series with my two boys, we loved all of the books! So very well written, funny, moving (I may or may not have shed a few tears a couple of times, but I won't confirm or deny the rumour) and lots of moral compass points. I think that this will be a series of books that the boys will come back to in a couple of years and read them on their own. 
1st December '15
Read to a child aged 7
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12 9781444916584
5 stars
This is the final book in a series of 12. I have been reading these to my son since his 6th birthday (he is now 8), so we were both very excited when this book came out. The lead character is Hiccup, an unlikely Viking hero, and follows his adventures in his quest to be King of the Wilderwest. It is well written and the accompanying pictures throughout the book make it an engaging read. As well as exciting adventures there are some very grown up themes in the book such as forgiveness towards those who betray you and the morals of going to war (some of which were very poignant, given current situations in the world today). My only, slight, dissappointment is that there was less of Camicazi in this book , who was one of my favourite characters in the series. This series has similarities to the Harry Potter series, although the Dragon books are more complex and have a bit more depth. I have immensely enjoyed reading this series with my son and it has been a great creative inspiration for him (countless pictures of dragons, stories and even soft toys). Amazing series, highly recommended.
22nd January '18
samy read it themselves aged 10 aged 10
How to Train Your Dragon: How to Fight a Dragon's Fury: Book 12 9781444916584
3 stars
How to train your Dragon isn't the usual good fights bad and good wins, without nothing bad happening and then it's a happy ending; NO! It shows us what it takes to be hero and how much we can lose by doing what's right Rather than doing what's easy, Hiccup could have saved him self from getting in trouble and many keep his leg, but he didn't want to.
beacuse having his dragon meant more to him than his own safty.
Would highy recommend this book it has a moral and the film was good as well
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