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Everyone knows the story of Robin Hood—the archer who robs the rich and gives to the poor, who roams the land his band of outlaws like Little John, who's in love with Maid Marian. But how well do you really know the story? Revisit Sherwood Forest to find out how Robin Hood really came to be.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
His name was Robin Hood.
While as he walked on the ground.
Was never none else found.
In the days of good King Harry the Second of England—he of the warring sons—there were certain forests in the north country set aside for the King's hunting, and no man might shoot deer therein under penalty ...
Reviewed by trit on Feb 17, 2011
A lot of fun!
The book was a whole lot of fun to read, and an excellent book for daily lit, since it's easy to pick up each day. It does lack depth in the way that it is written, however-with fairly simple story lines, and not a great deal of depth in the characters.
Reviewed by LordMutton on Jan 10, 2011
It got my attention.
An inspired classic. The morals demonstrated by all even the Sherrif are as real today. It may have never been so but it gives us a view that is not unattainable.
Reviewed by AthinaReads on Oct 5, 2010
Loved it so much I bought it.
75% of the way through I decided to buy it. And once I finished the final chapter I marched myself to my nearest bookstore and bought it.
Reviewed by Pam_Beancounter on Sep 10, 2010
This was a short, fun book that kept me company on the morning train these past few weeks. Each short chapter is a fireside tale unto itself. And in the back of your mind, you'll hear Robin's words in the voice of Errol Flynn.
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Ratings for 'Robin Hood' by Mcspadden, J. Walker