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Return to Book Page. I guess it is an appropriate antidote to the over-romanticized knights in shining armor trope Doesn’t everyone go through an “Ivanhoe” phase? If that makes any sense It was okay. Her use, or should I say, over-use of exclamation points reminded me of a teenager’s journal. From the beginning, William is making enemies with his success and as he befriends the little blacksmith and teaches her how to fight, his enemies become hers.

Ellenweore, Allan, Ellen, an iron maiden, is a young girl who grows into a great swordsmith despite all the taboos regarding roles that were not available to women in the years between andin England, Normandy, and France. The book contains adult sexual scenes katix situations. Which, in hindsight, is understandable One thing I especially liked was how detailed the process of making a sword e written in. A few brief passages here and there, highlighting specific points of the process would’ve given the reader plenty of insight into how medieval craftspeople worked without bogging the narrative down.

May 27, cox rated it did not like it Shelves: The storyline did drive me nuts at times, the fact Thibault kept popping up and ruining Ellen’s life no matter where she happens to be with his single-minded obsession over her.

Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: As it stands now, though, Gox would be hard pressed to recommend it to anyone. European life and society. Book down, no more interest at all. And for all of the flaws of the shallow plot line and lack of any deep introspection from any of the characters, the characters are unusual and you do want to know where Ellen is going to go next.

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But not in the middle of a fiction novel. Her success and defeats of her life time all have the feeling of possi This was a very good read set. Complete disappointment by the end. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Provide feedback about this page. There’s a good page book in these plus pages, but it would have required a strong editor to find it.

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In the ‘s I recommend it. He’s a standard, black hat wearing villain with no depth. Most of the time, though, she’s either mean or disparaging to those around her, which means foz spends the rest of the time wondering why they’re angry with her or sad because of something she said.

As others have said, this book gets 5 stars for its research. Dialogs are natural and unforced, with emotional color. The story grabbed me by the second corjada. She then meets this man who instantly knows she is his offspring although she is disguised as a boy It was refreshing, though, that the book was not overly dark but had places of good friendship and contentment. As it stands, though, one has to wade through a lot of chaff to get to the few kernels of a good story.

He was one of my favorite characters almost over Ellen herself. The Copper Sign is a typical journey novel, with one adventure following another with somewhat loose couplings, but atypically has ktaia female forjads. Book by Fox, Katia. There was no over-arching plot, just a series of vignettes in which the main character, Ellen, moves from one location to another.

But I learned a lot about the making of swords, scabbard’s, hilts, etc. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

The Copper Sign (Das kupferne Zeichen #1) by Katia Fox

Katis to Read saving…. Through a series of contrived plot twists and too-convenient deaths and changes of heart, Ellen’s life becomes a series of incidents as she wanders from place cobrs place, gradually building the skills needed to become a leading sword-smith. I enjoyed the author’s detailed descriptions of middle ages era blacksmithing, which were fascinating.

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Aug 23, Storm rated it did not like it Shelves: Reading the pages before the story, it looked like it was originally written in German. Der goldene Thron Band 4: Nachdem ich mich nach Seiten immer noch nicht begeistern konnte, hab ich leider abgebrochen.

Descriptions of clothing and daily life are light, just enough to get by but may leave the reader wishing for more detail. I have mixed feelings about this book because I was really intrigued by the storyline from Ellen’s ambition to the hardships she has suffered to the romances she had experienced to the outcome at the end.

With so much better writing available out there, there’s no need to waste time on this on. Readers also learn at the feet of a masterful storyteller corbe has created wonderful characters, none purely good or purely evil, but all a varying mixture of realistic motivations and action. But despite the writing style, this was a book that I had trouble putting down.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Didn’t finish, so I won’t officially rate it, but based on what I did read, it’s a 2 out of 5. She is a passionate student of the middle ages, and her well-researched, deeply evocative trilogy of historical novels – “The Copper Sign,” “The Silver Falcon,” and “The Golden Throne” – is the fruit of that labor.

The characters were less than lovable, everyone kept dying which is at least historically appropriate, although kind of demoralizingbut it sort of had a happy ending. Fox has no sense of pacing, skipping whole years and then rushing through the interest I got this one because it sounded remotely interesting and it was on a great deal for the Kindle. This was a long book with descriptions about forging and goldsmiths that lasted for pages and I ended up skimming over a lot of the detail of her making her swords.