How to Cheat a Dragons Curse

March 20th, 2014

How to Cheat a Dragons Curse
Cressida Cowell
241 pages
Published 2006

The characters:

1.Hiccup                       7.Toothless
2.Camicazi                   8.Old Wrinkly
3.Fishlegs                     9.Doom-fang
4.Norbert
5.Snotlout
6.Gobber

The story:

One of Hiccups friends has been poisoned by the Venomous Vorpents and the only cure is the vegetable-that-no-one-dares-name (a potato). There is only one potato that close to him. The others are thousands of miles away in a imaginary land called America. He must steal them from Norbert the Nutjob with one of his friends Camicazi. If he gets the potato he must defeat the doom-fang blocking their path back back home and he must get back in time without his father realising he’s gone. he must also get it back before 10 o’clock in the morning.

Highlights:

My favourite part would be when they try to steal the potato from the Hysteric tribe. It’s my favourite part because Hiccup falls into a cauldron of onion soup. onions went flying in to the face of his enemy.

Any Weak Bits?

When there was a seed on the arrow and it grew a potato was very unbelievable. Even after hiccup was shot by it. It should have fallen off it went into his body.

Unputdownable?

It was unputdownable because you were always asking questions and wanting to find out. You also have a clear image in your mind

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 


5 Responses to “How to Cheat a Dragons Curse”

  1. Mrs Davis on March 20, 2014 11:06 am

    Great first review 🙂

  2. PEarl on March 20, 2014 11:34 am

    A fantastic book review. Makes me want to read the book.

  3. 6KabirA on March 21, 2014 9:34 am

    Amazing review Yafi

  4. 6IslamY on March 22, 2014 12:12 pm

    Thank you Mrs Earl, really appreciate it

  5. 6AhmedM on March 24, 2014 9:12 pm

    This book review is really good!

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