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The Outlaws of Sherwood Paperback – October 4, 2005
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It was also interesting how during different times, the viewpoint switched around to many people. Of course it was still Robin's view through most of it, but frequently Friar Tuck too, and then towards the end it was often Cecil. (Which is interesting because you wouldn't have thought that character to be a main one) This book has everything; a familiar-yet-new story, adventure, romance, humor, good characters, evil villians, battles, great setting, (I love medieval times!) etc. I encourage anyone to read this!!
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It's a little different from the older tales of Robin Hood and his merry men. He is much more conflicted and self-doubting than typically portrayed in the older stories and... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Doris Nordstrom
I picked this one up to re-read and I realized that it hasn't been long enough since I read it last time to be able to fully engross myself in it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by LME
Interesting take on the Robin Hood story. Sometimes the novel followed the classic Robin Hood tales, at other times other characters took on more prominent roles. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank Williams
Very down-to-earth version, so real that you can feel the rain dripping down your neck. Love the story and the characters.Published 1 month ago by mkcl
This is one of my favorite stories, beautifully retold by Robin McKinleyPublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth R.
I really liked the slant the author took on the Robin Hood legend, The character were everyday people caught up in a time of social change in England and it resonated with me as a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Crypto
One of my favorite Robin Hood adaptations ever, Robin McKinley's version is filled with incredible characters and the often-heroic, sometimes-tragic tale of life in Sherwood... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Becky Stodola