How to Be a Pirate by Cressida Cowell
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  • However, he is the chief's son, so he must learn it no matter whether he likes it or not

    • by Frederick
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      “How to Be a Pirate” by Cressida Cowell is a sequel to “How to Train Your Dragon”. The memoir of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III continues, telling us how the smart, but not physically strong Viking boy goes through his pirate-training.

      As we know


      from the first book, heroic adventures and sword fighting are not exactly Hiccup’s thing.

      The same is true about pirating.

      However, he is the chief’s son, so he must learn it no matter whether he likes it or not.

      Snoutlout the bully, Hiccup’s ...


      • arch-enemy, is here as well and, as always, he outdoes Hiccup and gloats over his failures.

        Then a Viking outcast, Alvin, shows up and turns the pirate training into a real adventure by telling the boys about treasure hidden on a deadly island…

        /> The book is just as good as the first one, humorous and well-written, complete with hilarious names, dragons, dangers, fights and escapes.

        You don’t have to read the prequel first to enjoy this book, but it is much more fun to read them in order.




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    Omar Barria says :

    there its romance in this book ?

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    John says :

    No, I would not consider it a romance novel.

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