Unsure of the tales he is being told about a destructive dragon living in the forest, Free Lance goes to work to protect a wealthy merchant and discovers the truth that leads him into a head to head battle with the elusive and dangerous creature on his own turf....
|Title||:||Dragon's Hoard (A Knight's Story, No. 3)|
|Publisher||:||Atheneum November 1, 2005|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
|File Size||:||669 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Dragon's Hoard (A Knight's Story, No. 3) Reviews
the third book in "A Knight's Story" by Paul Stewart, illustrated by Chris Riddell. written in first person. Sir Knight is drawn into a plot to discover treasure and is forced to deal with a shifty merchant.. a lovely maiden and a wretched dragon! Stewart's style of writing is sarcastic, realistic and extremely entertaining. his characters are colorful (which Riddell brings to life) written for a younger audience, just means they are meant to be entertaining.. writing for children is tricky.. have to hold their attention, they won't plow through a book like "grown-ups" will.
I read this book to all my boys. Like all of Paul Stewart's books, it really has a lot of swash-buckling excitement and humor that kids of all ages enjoy. The plot moves quickly, and it's not too long for a young reader.The only drawback is the illustrations...they're very "sophisticated" and don't really belong in a child's book. Some are very suggestive depictions of women, and a couple are unnecessarily gorey.