The Dragon's Tooth

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The Dragon's Tooth

The Dragon s Tooth For two years Cyrus and Antigone Smith have run a sagging roadside motel with their older brother Daniel Nothing ever seems to happen Then a strange old man with bone tattoos arrives demanding a sp

  • Title: The Dragon's Tooth
  • Author: N.D. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780375864391
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For two years, Cyrus and Antigone Smith have run a sagging roadside motel with their older brother, Daniel Nothing ever seems to happen Then a strange old man with bone tattoos arrives, demanding a specific room.Less than 24 hours later, the old man is dead The motel has burned, and Daniel is missing And Cyrus and Antigone are kneeling in a crowded hall, swearing an oaFor two years, Cyrus and Antigone Smith have run a sagging roadside motel with their older brother, Daniel Nothing ever seems to happen Then a strange old man with bone tattoos arrives, demanding a specific room.Less than 24 hours later, the old man is dead The motel has burned, and Daniel is missing And Cyrus and Antigone are kneeling in a crowded hall, swearing an oath to an order of explorers who have long served as caretakers of the world s secrets, keepers of powerful relics from lost civilizations, and jailers to unkillable criminals who have terrorized the world for millennia N D Wilson, author of Leepike Ridge and 100 Cupboards, returns with an imagination capturing adventure that inventively combines the contemporary and the legendary.

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    1. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      Another in a line of mediocre books I've run on lately. This is one of those been there done that books that slid over into boring very quickly for me.I will say this, if you are a young reader and haven't read many, many books that criticism may not apply to you. If so you'll probably enjoy the book much more than I did.The writer here seems to be very concerned that we won't get where we are or what's going on. We get long and finally tedious descriptions of places, people, actions and so on. [...]

    2. Douglas Wilson on said:

      I had the privilege of reading this in manuscript, and it is just fantastic. Look for this book to release this summer -- August, in fact. The Dragon's Tooth is the first in a series of five.Nancy and I just read through this together again aloud (January 2018), and thoroughly enjoyed it. We read it in manuscript the first time, and enjoyed the changes and elements that weren't there the first time.

    3. Kat Heckenbach on said:

      I admit, I almost gave up on this book after the first few chapters. NOT because the writing was bad, but because it jumped around too much, reminding me of watching my son play video games on the computer. And it had one of my pet peeves: a false sense of tension created by characters talking in circles and riddles.BUT.A friend encouraged me to keep going. I am so glad I listened to her.Only a little farther than the point where I nearly gave up, questions started getting answers. The situation [...]

    4. Issabella on said:

      I loved this book, it was totally enthralling and I was clinging to the edge of my seat half the time. I would recommend it for older kids, because of how realistic some of the plot-twists are (i.e. they find skeletons drawn on pictures of their family; human experimentation; etc).I really like the mix of good and evil and mystical items. One thing that I was a little disappointed in at first, and later impressed me was that there was a very obvious bad-guy side, and then there were a couple neu [...]

    5. Rosanne Lortz on said:

      The Dragon’s Tooth, by N. D. Wilson was released about six months ago with much fanfare and excitement. I had enjoyed a couple of Wilson’s other children’s books, Leepike Ridge and The 100 Cupboards, but my disappointment with books 2 and 3 in the 100 Cupboards series made me reluctant to attempt The Dragon’s Tooth. When the fanfare subsided, I pretty much forgot that the book existed. Earlier this month, however, my six-year-old nephew proudly showed it off to me as the longest book he [...]

    6. Hannah on said:

      Whoa. If bookstores were theme parks, this book would be the 4th dimensional roller coaster ride with the long lines and the kids standing on tiptoes to meet the height requirement. I think my knuckles are still white. Mr. Wilson wastes no time getting the plot moving, and within the first few chapters, Cyrus Smith, the likable pre-teen protagonist, has already experienced electrocution by a magical insect, an escape from a motel fire, the death of a mysterious tattooed stranger, an attack by un [...]

    7. Michael on said:

      Read August 29th, 2011 and again in fall 2012.It was like a Bourne movie meets Goonies. I could barely take a breath. People who love that will love this book, it was one of the busiest books I've read. I prefer slower character development between the action , but of course, that's a preference. It reads like a movie script at times, which doesn't always work.I think Wilson owns this genre. It wasn't anything like 100 cupboards (which I have read through twice), but just as good, and that shows [...]

    8. Gwen Burrow on said:

      Every title has a promise, and this one promises a lot. N.D. more than fulfills it.His word-craft is to our imaginations what a flaming match is to gasoline. Dialogue so yummy. Images that leap off the page in 3D. Characters you want to meet. Characters you want to kill. As always, Wilson’s voice is distinctive first and foremost because his view of the world is distinctive. His words crack like bones and strike like lightning because he sees a world where darkness is real and death has dug it [...]

    9. Hannah Jayne on said:

      It's fast and there's a lot. Such imaginative adventures. Adventures of a secret steampunk-esque society somewhere around rural SE Wisconsin, with a mix of history and mythology and a couple of utterly confused kids just going with the flow. Of rapids. Because some immortalized creep is after them and their family.I was mildly concerned at first. Character's drive my love for books and these kids were not instantly likeable to me. They argued and antagonized and complained instead of saying than [...]

    10. DNF with Jack Mack on said:

      Gross, uncomfortable, and immature, audiobook DNF at forty minutes.

    11. rebecca joy on said:

      Fantasy sci-fi. Glad it wasn't as much as a cliffhanger as Outlaws of Time Book 1 was! Not sure if I want to read the next in the series. Definitely have to pay close attention to the details, but overall a good read.

    12. Teri on said:

      N.D Wilson is one of those authors that just NAILS the characters. They are Real, they are likable, they are not cliched even for young ages.Wilson weaves terrific stories that hook you in and keep you hooked throughout.I feel no time is wasted. I can not wait for the next books!.

    13. Heather on said:

      As you could expect from me, loved, loved, loved it. Our eldest (Rory the nine year old) plowed right through it and now there's two in the house clamoring for book two.

    14. Karen Keyte on said:

      “Please declare aloud: I hereby undertake to tread the world, to garden the wild, and to saddle the seas, as did my brother Brendan. I will not turn away from shades in fear, nor avert my eyes from light. I shall do as my Keeper requires, and keep no secret from a Sage. May the stars guide me, and my strength preserve me. And I will not smoke in the library.” - Oath of the Order of Brendan, translation approved, 1946.Cyrus Lawrence Smith, a nearly too tall boy of almost thirteen, is absolute [...]

    15. Stephanie Jobe on said:

      Yes, yes, yes and yes. Next semester especially I should have time to read, after they’ve all come out of course but I’m glad this one was on the top of my list. Why was it on the top? Well I’d heard about the 100 Cupboards books and was curious. The title and this amazing cover that becomes eve more amazing when you realize just how accurate it is. Aaron Becker props to you. There are so many things that are simply amazing in this book. I’ll admit Antigone does drive me a little nutty s [...]

    16. Clare Farrelly on said:

      What an exciting, mysterious, funny and terrifying adventure that was. The main characters are very real, Cyrus is such a real kid and you have got to love his humuor. Humour which he just spouted in such a boy like way, even during parts of thee story that were otherwise 'scary'. He just had such a human personality, and though he would probably be annoying in real life, in print, I could do nothing but want for him to succeed.The very beginning (first half of first chapter) may have been a lit [...]

    17. Benji Martin on said:

      This is one of those books that I should have read a long time ago, but am only just now getting around to it. Guilt isn't a good reason to read a book, I know, but that's what finally made me read it. I felt like I should. Now that I'm finished, I feel even more guilty because I haven't been pushing this series to my students all year. I can only think of one that has read it. If I had gotten fully behind it, like I am now, there would have been several more. I decided it wasn't too late, maybe [...]

    18. Brittany Petruzzi on said:

      It's the kind of book that almost makes you wish you'd waited until the whole series was published before you began reading so you could gorge yourself on all five in the space of as many days. Except then you would be missing out, so you'll have to settle with learning a little patience while you wait. In that time, I doubt you'd be able to resist a re-read, because this book will bear many of them, which, incidentally, is my criteria for a five-star book.Many have complained, as this is a kid' [...]

    19. Lucy Ghost on said:

      ENGLISH REVIEW AT BOTTOM!Debo admitir que tenía muchas expectativas con este. Desde hace años lo estoy buscando y cuando por fin lo encontré lo leí en inglés por la desesperación. La verdad, no me gustó tanto como pensé que lo haría. Fue bueno, pero esperaba más. Sin embargo hubieron cosas y escenas que me encantaron (como el puente de las arañas y las serpientes voladoras) y por esas pequeñas cosas vale la pena leer un libro como este.Gracias, N.D, por hacerme Acólito de BrendanI m [...]

    20. Luke Miller on said:

      This is the kind of book I would have loved to discover as a kid, but I think I'm even happier to discover it as an adult. When asked about how stories help Christians in spiritual battle, I heard Wilson give this answer: "An army marches on its stomach, and what I'm doing is trying to feed imaginations. I'm trying to damn the damnable and honor the honorable. I'm trying to catetchize loyalties and instincts. I'm trying to write stories that will be food for Christians. I'm trying to keep them f [...]

    21. Michael on said:

      What a ride! Twists and turns at every corner! Beginning at the Archer motel where the three Smith children reside and live on waffles until Billy Bones arranges for them to end up with the secretive society the Order of Brenden. N.D. Wilson is a great wordsmith and doesn't dumb down young characters. Cyrus and Antigone are very believable siblings. Nor does he shy away from true evil. On the other hand he adds true heroism and nobility. Shades of Harry Potter, Indiana Jones and the Goonies may [...]

    22. Barnabas Piper on said:

      I suppose this might be called "young adult" fiction. But that's just stupid. This series is a gripping read for any age. Wilson depicts evil as it ought to be depicted and good as truly as it exists. He weaves ancient and modern stories and myths into a single narrative. It's full of action but not without deep character. And in the up is up and down is down, but not in some sort of cheap, fake happy ending but rather the sort where what's noble lasts and what isn't doesn't.

    23. Jacob Rush on said:

      This series speaks my heart language. Deep magic. Mysterious artifacts. Secret society. Harry Potter-esque schooling (sort of not really). I'll reserve final judgment until I finish the series but thus far I think I like it more than 100 Cupboards

    24. TolkienFangirl on said:

      I might change the rating at some point (I'm very indecisive), but right now I'm rating it about 4.5 stars.This was an extremely enjoyable book. Not only was it exciting, but I also absolutely loved the various settings! The beginning few chapters have really stuck in my mind thanks to the incredible descriptions. I had like no idea what the book was about when I began it, and the Archer Motel was such an intriguing place to start the story off at. I actually think it would be pretty awesome to [...]

    25. Briana on said:

      It starts out slowly and I was initially considering a three star rating, but the end was pretty action-packed. I may actually read the sequel.

    26. Megan Lane on said:

      Loved it. Strong characters. Intriguing story. I don't have a favorite between this and 100C right now, they're both good.

    27. Bob on said:

      Great fun: lots of action and adventure, and a pleasantly complex storyline, although it didn't get as deep as I would've liked into the specifics of the world that's painted for us. Like Harry Potter, which it's obviously (almost too obviously) imitating, it's a bit hard to take seriously, but if you suspend disbelief a bit it works quite well. This one is fun in that it weaves in a lot of literary and historical figures in fun ways. I will look forward to reading the rest of the series.

    28. Kevin on said:

      collectedmiscellany/2011/0There is always a certain amount of excitement mixed with nervousness when a favorite author starts a new series. What if I don’t like it, or worse, what if it isn’t any good?It is with just such excitement and a tinge of nervousness that I approached The Dragon’s Tooth N.D. Wilson’s first book in a new series called Ashtown Burials. The publisher was kind enough to send me a copy, so I dived in and read it in a couple of days. The excitement stayed and the nerv [...]

    29. Lora on said:

      I can't say that I REALLY liked this book. I liked it enough to look for the second in the series at the library but it wasn't there; neither I was terribly disappointed. And my kids both looked it over and passed on it; it didn't suit either of them.It's juvenile literature, so it wasn't written for me. The continual action wearied me at times while on the other hand I admit that it also held my attention at other times for sheer whiz-bang. The two main characters, Cy and Antigone, behaved year [...]

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