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I can go on and on about how wonderful Jeff Smith's Bone series is. I'm more fond of this series than any other comic ever created, and collect only the hard cover books for my collection.

I can go on and on about how wonderful Jeff Smith's Bone series is. Crown of Horns is the last of the series, and it delivers a pretty solid punch. Nevertheless, it was probably the weakest with storyline than all of the other books.

Bone, Volume 9: Crown of Horns, by Jeff Smith was a fascinating read that served as the conclusion of the Bone series. In this volume, a full-fledged war ensues as Briar, the rat creatures and the Pawan army invade the city of Atheia, the royal city.

Professor Jeff Smith. BONE is more thrilling, adventurous, and hilarious than ever in this conclusion to Jeff Smith's bestselling comic book saga! It's full-fledged war as Briar, the rat creatures, and the Pawan army storm the city of Atheia. The Bone cousins, Thorn, and Gran'ma Ben are all there to defend the Valley and stop the return of the Lord of the Locusts. When Thorn goes inside a ghost circle, she hears a voice urging her to seek the Crown of Horns.

Page 103 - Chapter Escape from the City of Bone Crown of Horns. A wonderful end to Jeff Smith's epic Bone comic series. Page 129 of Bone 2: The Great Cow Race graphic novel by Jeff Smith. Page 103 - Read online Bone 9: Crown of Horns graphic novel by Jeff Smith. People also love these ideas.

Crown of Horns is the ninth and final book in the Bone series. It collects issues 50-55 of Jeff Smith's self-published Bone comic book series. The book was published by Cartoon Books in 2004. The color version was published by Scholastic Press and released on January 21, 2009.

BONE is more thrilling, adventurous, and hilarious than ever in this conclusion to Jeff Smith's bestselling comic book saga It's full-fledged war as Briar, the rat creatures, and the Pawan army storm the city of Atheia.

Title:-Crown of Horns (Bone Reissue Graphic Novels). Read full description. See details and exclusions. Bone Crown of Horns by Professor Jeff Smith (Hardback, 2009). Brand new: lowest price.

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Bone - Crown of Horns. Map of the Valley Bone. 4. Acknowledgments Bone.

BONE is more thrilling, adventurous, and hilarious than ever in this conclusion to Jeff Smith's bestselling comic book saga! .

BONE is more thrilling, adventurous, and hilarious than ever in this conclusion to Jeff Smith's bestselling comic book saga! It's full-fledged war as Briar, the rat creatures, and the Pawan army storm the city of Atheia. When Thorn goes inside a ghost circle, she hears a voice urging her to seek the Crown of Horns

BONE is more thrilling, adventurous, and hilarious than ever in this conclusion to Jeff Smith's bestselling comic book saga!It's full-fledged war as Briar, the rat creatures, and the Pawan army storm the city of Atheia. The Bone cousins, Thorn, and Gran'ma Ben are all there to defend the Valley and stop the return of the Lord of the Locusts. When Thorn goes inside a ghost circle, she hears a voice urging her to seek the Crown of Horns. What follows is another dangerous journey for Thorn and loyal Fone Bone as they race to the sacred grounds of the dragons, searching for the one thing that may save them all. This is the breathtaking conclusion to Jeff Smith's nine-book graphic novel series.

Comments: (7)

SoSok
Once you start reading about the Bone cousins and their troubles, you feel as though you are a part of the action and have to follow them to the end as they meet more fantastic characters. Every person, animal, and creature adds to the adventure of the Bone cousins as they try to make a new life for themselves and uncover secrets about other characters past which will impact their future. The book act is vibrant with lots of details to the characters (human and other) as well as they scenery around them.
Naa
It could be slightly unfair to call the Bone series "Comedic Fantasy" since it hardly makes light of it's own subject matter, yet the apparent humor is anything but consequential. I initially became aware of this series during a brief run of part of the first chapter in Disney Adventures comics, and later on acquired the One Volume Edition that has the entire story in one large paperback (Greatly recommend). When I heard that Scholastic was going to rerelease the series in full color I quickly hopped on-board and bought them as they came out. After book six however I could no longer find them in stores, fortunately Amazon has it all.

As the finale to the series I have to say that it's just as wonderful and expertly written and drawn with such masterful stroke as the rest of the series. Though by now there's not much left in the story to leave room for the more comical moments, and the epic climax is on par with that of most high fantasy I've read. The book, being the final chapter, wraps up all the plotlines in a rather epic way, connecting threads between previously unrelated characters. Yet while the story is nicely wrapped up at the end, you still are left wanting to know more about the fate of the characters as they finally come full circle.

I must also add praise to Jeff Smith, that while his story is accessible to people of all ages, he doesn't make compromises on his content, some of which can be violent or risque, yet it's a charming book that I wouldn't hesitate in the least from letting my children read and enjoy. Highly recommend!
Doktilar
This is the last in a series of books/comics that MADE my child want to read. These books are written for children in the 10-13 years of age. My child HATED reading and it was difficult to help my child advance in school. The Teacher thought this book series might help. She was right! Now, my child reads voraciously and reading skills went from BELOW BASIC to ADVANCED by the end of the School year!
I have read these books and find them appropriate (in my opinion)for the above ages. I hope this helps and KUDOS to the Author for writing this entertaining and interesting series of stories. I hope this is a good reading idea for children who simply need something interesting to SPARK their desire for reading. As a Parent I would be remiss to reccomend a book without ENCOURAGING other Parents to read this first or ask their childs teacher to see if it is appropriate for your own child.
Thank-you.
Agarus
My 7 year old boy LOVED all the Bone graphic novels. He read each book in one sitting. He was absolutely engrossed. He wrote about the series multiple times at school during his writing assignments. He says it's his favorite series.
Thomand
I can't tell you how many people I have recommended Bone to. Every time I am in a comic book store and see a mother and a youngster looking for something to break into in the comic scene. The first thing that comes to mind is Bone. It's a great all ages book, it's well written and your kids will love it. With all the "adult" stuff out there... you really need to be cautious what your children are reading. Bone is quality and safe. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Iphonedivorced
[This will offer spoilers]

I can go on and on about how wonderful Jeff Smith's Bone series is. I'm more fond of this series than any other comic ever created, and collect only the hard cover books for my collection. Crown of Horns is the last of the series, and it delivers a pretty solid punch. All of our favorite characters make their appearance, and all the things we wanted to see happened pretty much happened.

Nevertheless, it was probably the weakest with storyline than all of the other books. It felt a little rushed, and was actually anti-climactic as a whole. The attack of Alethia could have been mined for at least a few extra comics on its own, without overdoing it. The release of Mim and her continued possession by the Lord of the Locust could have been a mini-series! But the action ended about halfway through the book, making everything except the "road home to Boneville" seem like a summary as opposed to the story itself. Since this was the last venture into the Bone reality, I really needed alot more!

I loved this book, and will read it many times before I finally put it on the shelf with the rest. In fact, I'll probably read the the series as a whole a few times before I give another series a go. Smith is brilliant in these comics, as no other writer and illustrator before him. Criticizing his work is almost like criticizing gold because it weighs too much. This is a must read, and a must buy. But take note, if you loved this series as much as I did you probably will be depressed over the same things I mentioned above, and a whole lot more.
Billy Granson
I purchased this book for my 9 year old grandson who loves the Bones books. I think he has now read them all. I am very happy with the fact he has found a series of books to read.
Great book
Crown of Horns (BONE #9) download epub
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Author: Jeff Smith
ISBN: 0439706327
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Graphix; FIRST SCHOLASTIC EDITION edition (February 1, 2009)
Pages: 224 pages