Catherine Jinks, March 8 2015
Book and Author
Location setting of the book
The Anglo-French War
Early Thirteenth Century (Time setting)
Count Raymond of Toulouse
made peace with the french king in 1229
Review: this is a great book and i enjoyed reading it! Its an action-packed adventure of war. Overall, this book teaches a lot about the thirteenth century and is very interesting.
Significance: This passage from the very end of the book explains Isidore's care for Babylonne and their final chance at freedom.
Quote: "The perfects exchange glances. They don't like Isidore. I can tell."
Significance: Babylonne's family were perfects so she grew up believing to never put her trust into a roman priest. She was told that her father was evil and associated with them, so she had no love for her father. But even though she did not trust Isidore at first, she began to realize that he was a nice man. This explains the relationship between the roman priests and the perfects.
Quote: "For your sake, I wish that my father was alive. There. I said it. Just so that you would be happy again and not grieve so much."
Significance: This is when Babylonne admits that she wishes her father was still alive. She does this because Isidore was a good friend of her fathers and grieved over his death.