Men Of Iron
1891. Illustrated by the author. Pyle is best known for the children's books that he wrote and illustrated. It is from his famous Book of Pirates that our present-day concept of pirates has come. School children still read his Men of Iron, The Story of King Arthur and his Knights, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, and many other tales. In Men of Iron young Myles Falworth wins a reputation for courage and independence while still in training at the castle of the great Earl of Mackworth. But one day he discovers that his blind father had been condemned for treason and is still being hunted by a powerful enemy who is close to the King. To challenge the King's champion means certain death. Should he risk all to win back his family's honor? See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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Review: Men of IronUser Review - Joy - Christianbook.com
We have read this book as a family several times over the course of our children growing up and none of us tire of it. We all look forward to hearing the next chapter even though we have heard it before! Read full review
Review: Men of IronUser Review - Kari Gentry - Christianbook.com
Excellent Book - We first read this wonderful book 2 years ago, and it is still my child's favorite book (almost 16 years old now). A book that holds everyone's interest - I read it aloud this year to 10-18 year olds, and everyone was intrigued. Howard Pile is an outstanding author! Read full review