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For those wishing to read an 'alternative' take on Robin Hood this is the book for you. Brilliantly researched by Lawhead, this places Hood firmly (and convincingly) into Welsh... Read morePublished 12 days ago by D.K. Taylor-Lane
It was an interesting twist to the classic Robin Hood story , but this one dragged at some points.Published 15 days ago by Jamie Foster
Hood: The King Raven Trilogy - Book 1 never grabbed my interest. I only made it to 25%. It's extremely mediocre, in my view. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William C. Mead
Engaging and fresh perspective on old legend. Lawhead tells the story so well, the reader begins to really think "Robin Hood" is really from Wales.Published 2 months ago by Andrew Brake
The hyphenation of words that don't need a hyphen drove me crazy. in my opinion the story pacing was slow.Published 2 months ago by Michael Green
A new telling of the Robin Hood story. This time the setting is in Wales during the late 11th century. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bibliophile
This is my first book by law head. I found it an enjoyable read and was drawn into the story quickly and it held my interest throughout. Read morePublished 4 months ago by virginia corley
This is my second Stephen Lawhead book. The first was Patrick and both were wonderful reads. Plan to read more from this author, he can really bring a page to light.Published 4 months ago by Suzanne