Wednesday, November 11, 2015

A new student review of Arrows Over Agincourt by D. Lawrence- Young

BG posted a new student review of Arrows Over Agincourt by D. Lawrence- Young. See the full review.

Arrows over Agincourt is a historical fiction told in first person. You see the story through the eyes of Davy, an archer in King Henry’s Army. I enjoyed the closeness of the events in the story and the details of what the soldiers went through. I love how much history is told during the story, in each battle and fight with the French, and also all the great information on the people and times in which they take place.

Davy and his friend Tom are both faced with the reality of war. Davy is not sure if he is strong or brave enough until he actually has to be during the heat of the battle. They both come through the war and in my eyes they are heroes. 

The battle of Agincourt is portrayed wonderfully.  It is definitely the climax of the book.  

If you enjoy history, you will enjoy this book.  

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