Men of Iron

Men of Iron

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The price of honor
Myles Falworth was only eight years old the day a knight in black rode into the courtyard of his father's castle with murderous intent, triggering a chain of events that brought disgrace to the house of Falworth. In spite of his family's disgrace, young Myles quickly wins a reputation for courage and independence while in training as a knight at the castle of the great Earl of Mackworth. Then one day, when Myles is sixteen, he discover that his blind father has been condemned for treason, and is being hunted by a powerful enemy who is close to the King. To challenge the King's champion means certain death. Myles must fight to restore his family's rights, but does he dare to risk battle to win back his family's honor?
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2006.
Edition: 1st Tor ed.
ISBN: 9780765353481
Branch Call Number: J FICTION Pyle Howard
Characteristics: 216 p. ;,17 cm.


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Nov 03, 2014

Wonderful book, a bit hard to understand, as it goes way past just "Thee" and "thou". The only thing I didn't like was the surprising lack of romance. I give it a four out of five.


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Nov 03, 2014

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EuSei Oct 03, 2011

Men of Iron is an 1891 novel by the American author Howard Pyle, who also illustrated it. It is juvenile coming of age work in which the author has the reader experience the medieval entry into knighthood through the eyes of a young squire, Myles Falworth. In Chapter 24 the knighthood ceremony is presented and described as it would be in a non-fiction work on knighthood and chivalry. Descriptions of training equipment are also given throughout. It comprises 68,334 words and is divided into 33 unnamed chapters, an introduction, and a conclusion. It was made into a film in 1954, The Black Shield of Falworth.


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