How to Break a Dragon's Heart (Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III #8)
Stranded on the exceptionally dangerous, and possibly haunted, Beach of the Broken Heart, Hiccup must face Ug the Uglithug and complete the Impossible Task--or die trying. Along the way, he'll have to battle Berserks, dodge Scarers, and save Fishlegs from being fed to the Beast, all while being... show more
Stranded on the exceptionally dangerous, and possibly haunted, Beach of the Broken Heart, Hiccup must face Ug the Uglithug and complete the Impossible Task--or die trying. Along the way, he'll have to battle Berserks, dodge Scarers, and save Fishlegs from being fed to the Beast, all while being hunted down by an old enemy with a dark secret about the mysterious Lost Throne. With Toothless by his side, and time to stage his rescue running out, what's a Hero to do?
Publish date: November 7th 2011
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: How to Train Your Dragon (#8)
Hiccup in How to train a dragon series has a new adventure. Fishleg found where he belongs even when he is adopted. In between is Fishleg has a crush and was sent on a quest. Toothless is much smaller dragon, dog size and would swallow a lot of things it shouldn't have. A fun book on Vik...
Another amazing David Tennant narrated dragon adventure with Hiccup, Toothless, Fishlegs, Camicazi.I love this series and the audiobooks are insanely fun to listen to. David Tennant is a perfect narrator and I never want this series to end. However, I went into this series knowing that there will be...
I do believe that there's more plot progression in this single book than in all of the previous books combined. Wow. Just...wow.This book tells the story of Hiccup's ancestor, Grimbeard the Ghastly (the one whose treasure was the main plot point of the second book in the series), uncovers Grimbeard'...
I...was not expecting this book to make me cry, but I got choked up a few times, and the last page made me more than a little weepy.I know I said I wanted to know more about Fishlegs, but learning what had happened kind of broke my heart.Also, learning about how Hiccup got his name...holy crap, I'm ...
It took a good 100-120 pages to get going, which is unusual for one of Hiccup's memoirs. That said, it was worth reading until the end.