The Dragonslayer

Jeff Smith Steve Hamaker

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The Dragonslayer

The Dragonslayer The forces of evil are growing stronger but could our heroes worst enemy be Phoney Bone himself Fone Bone confronts a host of dangers in Book of the BONE saga The Dragonslayer He and Gran ma Ben an

  • Title: The Dragonslayer
  • Author: Jeff Smith Steve Hamaker
  • ISBN: 9780439706377
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • The forces of evil are growing stronger but could our heroes worst enemy be Phoney Bone himself Fone Bone confronts a host of dangers in Book 4 of the BONE saga, The Dragonslayer He and Gran ma Ben and Thorn have a terrifying encounter with Kingdok, ruler of the rat creatures The Hooded One is inciting his army to full scale war Someone is continuing to haunt Thorn iThe forces of evil are growing stronger but could our heroes worst enemy be Phoney Bone himself Fone Bone confronts a host of dangers in Book 4 of the BONE saga, The Dragonslayer He and Gran ma Ben and Thorn have a terrifying encounter with Kingdok, ruler of the rat creatures The Hooded One is inciting his army to full scale war Someone is continuing to haunt Thorn in her dreams And then wise Gran ma Ben disappears To make matters worse, Phoney Bone has hoodwinked the townspeople into believing that he is a mighty dragonslayer When he actually does catch the Red Dragon much to his surprise he must face up to his promise to slay the dragon at sunrise.

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    1. Danger on said:

      The tension in this series is escalating nicely. I was actually reading this on the edge of my seat at points. The series seems like a slowburn, but it works, because you're invested in these characters and understand their motivations. It's good comic book writing.

    2. Skip on said:

      Fone Bone, Thorn and Grandma Ben come under attack from the rat creatures, including their leader, the huge Kingdok. The lovely Thorn continues to suffer from nightmares about her youth and true identity. Back in Barrelhaven, Phoney Bone pretends he is a Dragonslayer to take advantage of simple townspeople and to make himself wealthy. Finally, Fone Bone and Smiley discover an abandoned baby rat creature cub, and decide to return him. I was disappointed by this book, which I expect is a bridge to [...]

    3. Mario on said:

      This series just keeps getting better and better. And also darker, which I really like. Can't wait to read next one.

    4. Melissa on said:

      Still going strong with the Bone at my house. G is nightly all, "Maybe we should do our weading now?" and who am I to tell him no? We are very interested to see who's under that hood. He has also assembled a Lego Bone set. It has a Thorn, those two rat creatures who fight about quiche, and the hooded guy, but strangely, no Bones.

    5. Sesana on said:

      I think this might be where the series starts to take a more serious turn. Even Phoney's scheming isn't quite as funny this time around.

    6. Kate on said:

      The saga of the people of the valley, the monsters of the mountains, the dragons, and the Bones continues. I was both delighted and repulsed by Phoney Bone's charlatan efforts and the villagers willingness to believe his lies. I suppose their naiveté isn't hard to understand when we look at our own world - our own politics. My favorite line in this volume is when Fone Bone confronts Phoney Bone about his lying and Phoney Bone explains that the villagers like being victims, "People like to be vi [...]

    7. Brittany on said:

      ‘The Dragonslayer’ is the 184-paged fourth book in Jeff Smith’s gripping graphic novel series ‘Bone’. Having previously read the first three books in the series nearly two years, I was a bit apprehensive to start again fearing I wouldn’t love the series as much as I did before. I decided to take a chance and read it anyway and I loved it! In this volume, the story truly begins to evolve. The ever-growing plot thickens as the rat-creatures evacuate the valley, secretly planning to att [...]

    8. Shinysheensean on said:

      The fourth in it's series, written by Jeff Smith, is a story of three brothers who go through a great ordeal of adventures as they try to survive in the valley. The main characters in this graphic novel are Phoney Bone, Smiley Bone, Thorn, The Hooded One, and Fone Bone. The setting takes place in the valley, and The perspective swaps from the Bone brothers and thorn to the Hooded One and the lord of the locusts. Basically in this novel, Phoney Bone comes up with another scheme to hoard the few i [...]

    9. Yanelie Manzano on said:

      The book I have read is called "Bone, Vol. 4: The Dragonslayer."This book is a great book especially the author. The book is about one of the bone characters was pretending that the dragons are dangerous which they are not. He made up a story that he can defeat the dragons. So everyone decide to praise him and treat him like a king because the whole village thought he was the only one who can defeat the dragon. I really like this book it says that there is going to be a part two which I am excit [...]

    10. Christopher on said:

      2015 rereadVol 4, in which Thorn freaks the &%!$ out, and Phoney sets off to slay a dragon."Should I blow on it? Would that help?""Blow on it? He's gushing blood, you idiot! His arm is off!"---"Again the with quiche?! What kind of self-respecting monster would eat a dainty pastry dish?! STEW is what we will make of their bones!""Don't get greedy on me! There's THREE of them! I just want the little one for my quiche!""It has nothing to do with greed! It's a matter of principle! Monsters do NO [...]

    11. Anthony Rodriguez on said:

      This book is easy and interesting. Because it is about them trying to catch a dragon and they did. But phone bone and the others were trying to get away from big animals. the only way to stop that by happening is by killing a dragon.

    12. Michael on said:

      Story really starts to pick up from here. Phoney bone taking advantage of the villagers was hilarious.

    13. William Dawes on said:

      The book I have read is called "Bone, Vol. 4: The Dragonslayer."This book is a great book especially the author. The book is about one of the bone characters was pretending that the dragons are dangerous which they are not. He made up a story that he can defeat the dragons. So everyone decide to praise him and treat him like a king because the whole village thought he was the only one who can defeat the dragon.

    14. K.C. on said:

      I liked this book and I highly recommend this graphic novel to other people.

    15. Cindy on said:

      De ontdekking van de hemel was te zwaar om mee te sleuren op de trein, dan maar deel 4 gelezen! Nog steeds geweldig en benieuwd naar verder verloop! Maar toch ook enger met de rattenbeesten, dus denk dat ik de jongste zoon even ga weghouden van de volgende delen ook al is hij grote fan van Fone Bone

    16. Cassie on said:

      This is getting near the point of the series that would be considered the "MIDDLE", which in some series we know is when the story detours or the writer has to try to draw out story because they do not want to reveal everything yet. In some realms you can tell that this is a volume full of that "trying to draw it out", but it never takes away from the overall feel of the franchise. There are moments that are funny, sweet, and some that are even terrifying. Yes I said terrifying. This is one of t [...]

    17. Charlie on said:

      This book is a graphic novel written by Jeff Smith that’s about three cousins who get lost from their home and keep getting into trouble. The three bones are at a town and need money to get back home to Boneville. The book starts out with Phoney Bone making a bet that he can sell more beer than his boss. If he wins the bet than Phoney can leave the town not owing his boss any money. He makes up a lie that the dragons are evil and will kill all the town members, so Phoney calls himself “The D [...]

    18. Joseph R. on said:

      The Bone saga continues with another get-rich-quick scheme by Phoney Bone. He's made a bet with Lucius, the owner of Barrelhaven's tavern, that he can sell more beer than Lucius. Phoney does this by claiming to be a dragonslayer who will save the town from dragon attacks. His plan works a little too well and he turns into the conniving dictator of Barrelhaven. The only flaw in his plan is that he'll eventually have to kill a dragon, even though they are really friendly protectors and not sworn e [...]

    19. Praveen Palakkazhi on said:

      The fourth volume in the continuing adventures of the Bone cousins and their friends and foes. The series continues to get darker with each installment it looks like, though somehow the author manages very well to incorporate all of humor, pathos, fear and thrills into one book.Fone Bone, Thorn and Grandma Ben come under attack from the rat creatures, including their leader, the huge Kingdok. After a miraculous escape, they get separated from Grandma Ben who then vanishes. More secrets come tumb [...]

    20. Harold Ogle on said:

      Whoops! I see now, going to write this review, that I skipped book 3 and went straight to this, book 4 of the "Bone" series. Interestingly, "Bone" is a bit like a beloved sitcom TV show in that I didn't miss skipping an entire volume at all. It's like nothing happened in book 3Book 4 is about Phoney Bone's swindling the townsfolk into believing that dragons are a danger, and so they exalt him and pay his exorbitant fees to "protect" them from the non-existent threat. Meanwhile, Thorn begins to T [...]

    21. Alejandro Camacho on said:

      this book talked about the bone and his cousins and how his cousin is a phoney dragon slayer. It began when thron got mad with grandma ben and she ran off then. They had to fight some kind of rat monsters and she wants nothing to do with them. then she has some crazy dreams about dragons and her dead parents the bone finds a cub of those rat monsters and then they run off to free the thing. Then the villagers go and trap a dragon and then they want to kill it and the rats come to attack them. Th [...]

    22. Praxedes on said:

      This is the fourth book --in a series of nine-- about three cousins from Boneville who are forced to leave town due to debt. Their adventures begin almost immediately and eventually they settle in a valley filled with mythological creatures such as dragons and enormous rat creatures. The continuous moral conflict between the three cousins and their interaction with the inhabitants of the valley make for great adventure. The books has serious parts but also humor. I highly recommend this series t [...]

    23. Moncerrat Gudino Valdez on said:

      This book is AMAZING!!! I'm gonna start reading this book's series. I feel like the Dragon Slayer is pretty dumb if you read this book. i recommend this book to a person that likes comics, 6th grader and to a 7th grader. I feel like Grandma Ben is safe or maybe she is captuared from the rat creatures.

    24. Jennifer Lara on said:

      I like the way that two of the bones wanted to help a cub.Phony bone wanted to steal all the goods by pretending to be a dragon slayer and then thorn was getting haunted in her dreams. My opinion is that this book has a cool adventure.I'll recommend this book for the people that love adventure.

    25. Asia Fontenot on said:

      I really liked this book because it said how they fought these rat things and it was cool to read I want to read all the books and i will recommend this book to CYCY because she reads books kind of like this but different.

    26. Cristian Caballero on said:

      For this start , it is really good because bone is trying to find a dragon and killing it but so far, he needs help on how to do it and he needs a good crew to help him. When i saw the cover of the book i thought that it was action. I will recomend it to kids who liked action and misteries

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