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boy with the bronze axe

Kathleen Fidler

boy with the bronze axe

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Oliver & Boyd in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementIllustrated by Edward Mortelmans.
The Physical Object
Pagination192p.,ill.,21cm
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16536337M
ISBN 100050006460

By the end of the book, I found myself rather sympathising with the couple of designated bad guys who were sick of Tenko the Bronze Age Gary Stu. Shelves: barbarian-amazon-fantasybi-sexual-characterspulp-fictionalternative-dimensions-realitiesplanet-storiesrichard-blade The Bronze Axe is the first of 37 books in the Richard Blade adventure series - pulp sword and sorcery adventures written by 4 different writers under the pseudonym of "Jeffrey Lord" This first tale is a total guilty pleasure. Vivid descriptions and accurate historical details bring the village to life and make this an ideal choice for those studying the Stone Age curriculum. Also, if you read the whole book, the sandstorm really happened! Please respect the publisher and the author for their creations if their books are copyrighted.

A lot of the dialogue is stiff and stilted, and some sections - like the blow-by-blow description of floating a tree out of a cave at high water - made my eyes glaze over. Be sure to respect the publishers and the authors office file copyright. Pupils learn of the major changes that came in the Neolithic period with the arrival of farming from the Near East. The book ends with the final storm that shifts the sand dunes directly on top of the settlement, burying it for nearly years until a similar storm swept the sand away and revealed it to archaeologists. They are given just the briefest of background information before being let loose Blade doesn't come off nearly so well, he's callous of women, arrogant, cocky and reckless - "Stubborn, combative, at times inconsistent, given to sudden rages and quick regretting.

Shelves: barbarian-amazon-fantasybi-sexual-characterspulp-fictionalternative-dimensions-realitiesplanet-storiesrichard-blade The Bronze Axe is the first of 37 books in the Richard Blade adventure series - pulp sword and sorcery adventures written by 4 different writers under the pseudonym of "Jeffrey Lord" This first tale is a total guilty pleasure. Five stars. Blade kills if male and screws if female his way through a parade of villains, gaining the bronze axe of the title and the heart of the heroine along the way. They find so much tasty seafood that the time passes quickly and before they know it the tide has risen and will soon cover the rock.


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Boy with the bronze axe book

Why did they build Stonehenge? Also, logboats were probably not that good at sea and were made for river transport.

She pushes rival for Blade's affections evil Drusilla off a ship and towards the end gives as good as she gets.

`The Boy with the Bronze Axe`

The author has used modern ones, which is great for kids to identify sites, but most of these names are the Norse words that replaced earlier place names. Honor, gratitude and hatred combine to create an interesting read for middle-school students.

Taken by Jun and shared on Flickr under a Creative Commons licence. They are given just the briefest of background information before being let loose Once I started reading this, I found it challenging to put down. There's quite a high volume of sex for these types of story - gone is the moral, monogamous fibre of ERB.

Loyal friend and deadly foe. They find so much tasty seafood that the time passes quickly and before they know it the tide has risen and will soon cover the rock.

The daily life and rituals of the ancient Stone Age village of Skara are brought to life in this vivid portrayal of life nearly years ago. The Iron A lot of the dialogue is stiff and stilted, and some sections - like the blow-by-blow description of floating a tree out of a cave at high water - made my eyes glaze over.

The Fidler Award stood as a memorial to her deep interest in children and writers. Blade has a sex marathon with the evil bisexual queen Beata, he gets a blow job from the murderous druid queen Drusilla Canace and manages to sleep with the beautiful Taleen - He is in fact transported back to the secret base under the Tower of London mid coitus which is rather funny and so typical of Blade.

This is a cross between Edgar Rice Burroughs and John Norman with lashings of sex, and gladiatorial style combat. Four stars. These are wonderful escapism and firmly stuck in the era they were written - you just don't hear expressions like "infra dig" any more!

The details are threaded through the story, with a broken necklace in one of the dwellings and a hearth made on top of the sand under one of the broken roofs. I think my son will like it if he give the book a try, and it will make the visits to the archeological sites more interesting, I think.

But apart from that, character development is basically nil. I think my son will like it if he give the book a try, and it will make Another one picked from my son's shelf, it takes place in ancient Scotland. Oct 19, Mrs Claire Milne rated it it was amazing Read with my mind year old son and we both really enjoyed it.

Pupils learn of the major changes that came in the Neolithic period with the arrival of farming from the Near East.

It's a book that conjures up so many different emotions for a young reader. Partly due to this book my son wants to visit Orkney. An ideal read for history fans. Step back into the Stone Age and learn about the daily life and rituals of the ancient village of Skara Brae in this compelling, fictional account of the famous Orkney settlement.

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A lost boy who has a sharp bronze ax and a wooden boat /5(21). It is not a 'horrible history' type of book but a genuine fiction that children enjoy following. Thumbs up from Year 3 so far!' - Teacher review (via sylvaindez.com) '10 to year-olds will get excited about The Boy With the Bronze Axe, set in prehistoric times.' - Greenock Telegraph/5().

Jan 05,  · The Boy with the Bronze Axe by Kathleen Fidler is set in the Neolithic Orkney settlement of Skara Brae. Though written for children this book is also really interesting for adults thinking about how interpretations of Skara have changed over the years.

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