Der silberne Bogen
Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 637
Edition language: Deutsch
, Epic Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Heroic Fantasy
Series: Troy (#1)
Wow, a book about the Trojan War with a new protagonist and a different - perhaps more realistic - portrayal of the Greek world and the reasons for the great struggle. I couldn't have ordered a book more suited to my tastes. Alas, the first third of the book was a huge disappointment. Sure, th...
What an engrossing book. It was a slower read for me, but I could just picture everything so clearly in my mind.
updated on June 19, 2011 for piss poor grammar mistakes (I'm sure there are more but I just found some today).So I asked for a recommendation for a historical fiction book that had court politics, backstabbing, and violence (you know all the stuff you are not supposed to love in a book) and I receiv...
Interesting retelling of the lead up to the Trojan war. Not particularly great writing and some cliched stock characters brought the story down for me, particularly Andromache. The kick-ass warrior princess thing is so overdone, although I do realize there are many examples of independent warrior ...
Oh, what an excellent book. It took me a chapter or two to work out who was who, and what was going on, but once I had everyone sorted out in my head I could really enjoy the tales. I found the main characters well drawn, keeping faith with the traditions of the Trojan War story that has endured to ...
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