How to Train Your Dragon: Incomplete Book of Dragons by Cressida CowellThis is not the kind of book you can just read on and on. It must be read in shorter intervals, otherwise it reads too much like a textbook and although it has been purposefully and cleverly modelled after this, even delightful dragon facts can feel like information overload when there are too many one after the other.
For me, I found it to be a most excellent toilet read (no, I dont have any shame, and yes, I am admitting to reading on the toilet--in fact, I find the toilet the perfect place to read a particular style of junior reads that I would struggle to read else wise. Plus, its stopped me from spending all that time staring at my phone in there instead).
So now you have learned quite a bit about the style of this book, and quite a bit more than you wished to know about me. But hey-ho, there you go! Lifes too short for dullness and fakery.
How to Train Your Dragon: Incomplete Book of Dragons
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