Dragon Hunter

  • Title: Dragon Hunter
  • Author: Nazam Anhar
  • ISBN: 9781742830308
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dragon Hunter Vengeance will bring them back here Prepare for battle When the dragons emerge to terrorise the village of Shenzing the legendary Dragon Warriors are summoned for help Hajur answers the call but in
    Vengeance will bring them back here Prepare for battle When the dragons emerge to terrorise the village of Shenzing, the legendary Dragon Warriors are summoned for help Hajur answers the call, but in exchange for his protection he requests a boy to become his followermeone brave enough to train in the dangerous ways of the warrior Could Baran, a village outcast, pVengeance will bring them back here Prepare for battle When the dragons emerge to terrorise the village of Shenzing, the legendary Dragon Warriors are summoned for help Hajur answers the call, but in exchange for his protection he requests a boy to become his followermeone brave enough to train in the dangerous ways of the warrior Could Baran, a village outcast, prove to be the one

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    821 Comments


    1. A great dragon adventure with a difference - no elves, dwarves or magic powers. It has a fast-paced story with thrilling battles, many surprises, and real characters. Also a great message against bullying: "Outcasts make the best dragon-fighters." Beware - these are definitely NOT friendly dragons!

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    2. Good idea with dragons attacking a village and the outsider who goes on a quest but it has been done before. I kept getting echoes of Rowan of Rin, Beast Quest and Deltora. The ending was a bit rushed too. However, a good reading level for upper primary and appeals to lovers of the fantasy dragon genre.

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    3. An exciting story with a great setting. I really liked the feeling of historical authenticity and realism. It also has a great message about acceptance of those who are different.

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    4. I loved this book. It demonstrated how someone who has been bullied for most of their life can find it hard to trust others. It also clearly shows the pain that the individual would feel after the constant abused and I found myself locked in the world of sadness this boy must have faced daily. Yet he always stayed strong for his family. I loved watching him grow as a character and felt proud upon his discovery of how he can be good enough. This book also played on my humanity quite a bit, especi [...]

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    5. Dragon hunter is a very exciting book it has lots of paragraphs with suspense.It consists of a fantasy and the content of the book is suitable for any age as long as you can understand read this fascinating book.

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    6. Loved it. Utterly and completely loved it

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    7. i have only one word it discribe this book: awesome!.

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    8. This is definitely a book aimed at younger audiences. I struggled with some of the words chosen (a crossbow that fires lances (a ballista, perhaps)? The dragon swept its fire?), and some dialogue felt sterile. That being said, this had the action I tend to look for in fantasy-adventure tales, and I can't fault that.

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    9. I really liked this book, but the one downside was that they kill the dragons :( I'm not really a fan of books that kill dragons, because I LOVE dragons!!!!! But even though they were hunting them, it was a really good book, adventure wise and stuff like that Overall, I give it 4 out of 5 stars :P

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    10. This book has been listed by the CBCA (Children's Book Council of Australia) as one of the "Notable Books for Younger Readers" for 2013: cbca/defaultpx?conteThere is also a review on the "Bug in a Book" site: "An epic setting and a fantastic story"buginabook/2012/10/19/drag

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    11. The dragons of oldcious, destructive and vindictive are back.I prefer tales where the dragons have more relatable personality, but this tale if filled with adventure, danger and bravery and will appeal to boys aged 10+Contains themes of bullying, belonging and being honourable.

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    12. This is an okay story, but because of the way it is written, I didn't feel like I got close to any of the characters, and there was no depth to it.

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