Robyn Hode (Robyn Hode, #1)



Robyn Hode (Robyn Hode, #1) Robyn Hode in Barnsdale stood England, 1224 AD The north of the country is wild and lawless, plagued by bands of outlaws and robbers and broken men There is little justice and less order, and the King s officers struggle to impose their royal master s law.Book One of Robyn Hode tells the story of Robert Hode, a yeoman farmer and petty thief, forced to flee into the forests of Yorkshire after defending his home and family against the malice of Sir Gui de Gisburne Hunted like an animal through the woods, he falls into the company of Hobbe of Wetherby, a notorious murderer and the most wanted felon in the north Robert must rely on his all his courage and skill to survive and avoid ending as crowbait on the gallows.Mingling fact with fiction, and drawing heavily on surviving contemporary records, Robyn Hode is a tough and unsqueamish tale and like no other version of the ancient legend. New Download [ Robyn Hode (Robyn Hode, #1) ] author [ David Pilling ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 133 pages
  • Robyn Hode (Robyn Hode, #1)
  • David Pilling
  • English
  • 08 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Robyn Hode (Robyn Hode, #1)

  1. Samantha says:

    Many takes on the legend of Robin Hood exist, but I challenge you to find another quite like this one Staying away from the infamous Prince John and heroic Lionheart, Pilling places his Robert Hode during the reign of John s slightlycapable or at least longer ruling son, Henry III.As with all of this author s novels, the story is very gritty with no romanticizing of the time period with its hardships and violence Robert is a character that is an clever blending of fact and fiction with Many takes on the legend of Robin Hood exist, but I challenge you to find another quite like this one Staying away from the infamous Prince John and heroic Lionheart, Pilling places his Robert Hode during the reign of John s slightlycapable or at least longer ruling son, Henry III.As with all of this author s novels, the story is very gritty with no romanticizing of the time period with its hardships and violence Robert is a character that is an clever blending of fact and fiction with a surrounding cast deve...

  2. Blair Hodgkinson says:

    David Pilling has crafted a Robin Hood story out of the scant historical details surrounding one of the most plausible candidates who might have been the real , original Robin Hood Having made the decision to ground his Robin in a historical reality , Pilling feels free to take his story in arealistic direction which parallels aspects of the original but also has the benefit of providing a new story for the reader which is not enslaved to the over familiar aspects of the oft retold le David Pilling has crafted a Robin Hood story out of the scant historical details surrounding one of the most plausible candidates who might have been the real , original Robin Hood Having made the decision to ground his Robin in a historical reality , Pilling feels free to take his story in arealistic direction which par...

  3. Chris Thorndycroft says:

    Certainly one of the better takes on the Robin Hood legend that I have read, Pilling makes thorough use of the historical evidence and bases his story on the real life Robert of Wetherby and the mysterious Hobbehod two figures considered to be one and the same by many scholars cleverly seperating them The tale melds other figures of the 13th century like Fulk Fitzwarin and Eustace of Lowdham the Sheriff of Yorkshire with bits from the ballads such as the tale of the poor knight from A Littl Certainly one of the better takes o...

  4. Kimberly Griggs says:

    WonderfulI love it it is a fresh outlook on Robin I have always loved the story of Robin Hood I honestly couldn t stop reading, can t wait to continue the onto the next book Every detail was so vivid like you were actually there.

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