|aHow to betray a dragon's hero |cby Cressida Cowell.
|a1st U.S. trade pbk. ed.
|aNew York |aBoston |bLittle, Brown and Co.|c2014.
|a366 p. |bill., map |c20 cm.
|aHow to train your dragon |vbk. 11
|aHiccup is in hiding in the Murderous Mountains with the Company of the Dragonmark, but he is determined to become King of the Wilderwest by defeating the witch's Vampire Spydragons and steal back the King's Things from Alvin the Treacherous.
|aCowell, Cressida|tHow to train your dragon |vbk. 11.
In Hiccup the Viking's misadventures, the stakes have never been higher, and it's friend versus foe to decide the fate of the world. In this, the penultimate title in the amazing story arc that began with How to Train Your Dragon, Hiccup is faced with a personal dilemma against the backdrop of an impending battle and the possible destruction of everything he knows.
Cressida Cowell lives in London with her husband, Simon; their children Maisie, Clementine, and Alexander; and two cats, Lily and Baloo. In addition to translating Hiccup's memoirs, she has also written and illustrated picture books includingHiccup, the Viking Who Was Seasick, Little Bo Peep's Library Book, andThat Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown.