Knight of Sherwood

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Knight of Sherwood

Knight of Sherwood Robin returns to England after four years fighting in the Holy Land On arriving at Locksley he discovers that Guy of Gisborne his most hated enemy has been made Sheriff of Nottingham Forced to flee

  • Title: Knight of Sherwood
  • Author: N.B. Dixon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Robin returns to England after four years fighting in the Holy Land On arriving at Locksley, he discovers that Guy of Gisborne, his most hated enemy, has been made Sheriff of Nottingham Forced to flee into Sherwood, Robin sets himself up as champion of the poor But Robin has a secret His feelings for his friend Will Scathelock have deepened, but to acknowledge the trutRobin returns to England after four years fighting in the Holy Land On arriving at Locksley, he discovers that Guy of Gisborne, his most hated enemy, has been made Sheriff of Nottingham Forced to flee into Sherwood, Robin sets himself up as champion of the poor But Robin has a secret His feelings for his friend Will Scathelock have deepened, but to acknowledge the truth would mean facing up to his past Meanwhile, Lady Marian Fitzwalter, heiress to the vast Huntingdon estate, is determined to claim Robin for her own.

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    1. Lori on said:

      I don't want to gloat actually that's a lie, I totally want to gloat! I have my hands on an arc of this book and I'm exciiiiiiited.This is, hands down, my favourite read of the year. I need this series in hard copy for my shelves, I also need the next book now. But I have to wait ***sobs tears of impatience***~~~~~~~~~~~"Never underestimate a man with a big stick," Will told him.I have soooo much love for this book. So. Much. Love. It is my absolute favourite book of the year and I just want to [...]

    2. A.M. Leibowitz on said:

      Full disclosure: I was not going to review this one because I was ambivalent about the first book. However, I truly can’t resist Robin Hood, so I was sucked in (and pleasantly surprised because I liked it far more than I expected).First of all, this is not a romance. Calling it one would be a stretch. And that’s fine by me. I love a good action/adventure story, and boy does this deliver on all counts. Naturally, all the wonderful things we would expect out of a good Sherwood tale are there: [...]

    3. Alexis Woods on said:

      An ARC was received free from the publisher in return for an honest review.I love Robin Hood. While I do little archery now, for many years it consumed a lot of my time. And the time period… sigh. Just drop me there anytime, so when opportunity landed for me to read book two of NB Dixon’s Outlaw’s Legacy Series, I gave a big Yes! to the publisher.Four years has past (since book one ended), and an attempt on his life finally drives Robin and Will to return to England. He returns to find his [...]

    4. Anne Barwell on said:

      This is the second book I’ve read in this series, and I’m totally hooked. Robin Hood has long been a favourite of mine, and I think this series does him justice. Knight of Sherwood picks up at the tail end of the Crusades, which Robin and Will left for at the end of book one. I thought the imagery of the post battle ravaged land, and the comparison with the jackal was very powerful. I liked that the author didn’t shy away from the horror of the Crusades, and that it wasn’t romanticized. [...]

    5. BCD Book Review - Rachel & Jen on said:

      Amount of sex 0.5 / 5How explicit 0.5 / 5Story 5 / 5Overall: 5 / 5My absolute favorite movie as a kid was Disney's Robin Hood (you know the one with the Foxes and Prince John's side kick was a snake - because he was evil). Before there were videos (yes, I am old and yes I saw this movie in the theater), there were records with the story, the songs, and the book. I played that record over and over again and because I had a turntable that had a repeat (and I was lazy), to my mother's chagrin, I on [...]

    6. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsEven as I write this portion of the review days after having finished the story, I *still* can’t stop pouring over the ending! For an angst queen like myself, it hit all the right buttons. Before I delve into what interested me most about the story (the characters!), I’ll give a brief summary of what the rest of the book elements are like (you know, the plot).First of all, I must commend Dixon on the pacing of the book. While of course I would love nothing mor [...]

    7. Mari Cardenas ~ Bayou Book Junkie on said:

      4 Stars!Knight of Sherwood is book 2 in the Outlaw's Legacy series, while you could probably get away with reading it as a standalone, I recommend reading it in order to see how it all began.This book starts 4 years after Heir of Locksley ends, with Robin and Will still at the Crusades with King Richard and after an assassination attempt against Robin, they return to England, where Robin becomes Robin Hood and starts to rob the rich to give to the poor. This is an action/adventure book with some [...]

    8. Marissa on said:

      I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Knight of Sherwood is the follow-on to Heir of Locksley and it follows about four years from the events of this book. Robin Hood returns back from fighting and finds his family home overtaken by Guy of Gisborne, the current Sheriff of Nottingham. Robin spends his days the way people typically think of when it comes to Robin Hood - hiding out in Sherwood Forest with his band of merry men, robbing [...]

    9. Marion [Overdue Book Reviews] on said:

      Knights of Sherwood is a delightful mix of classic Robin Hood and modern sentiment. I thoroughly enjoyed the strong and complex relationships between the characters and how that drove the drove the plot forward. Robin is still the lovable and raking outlaw that is quintessential to any Sherwood story, but the author has cleverly given him a few twists and slightly altered his relationship to Will, Marian, Guy and King Richard in such a way that the story has new life. This re-imagining of Robin [...]

    10. Sarah on said:

      This was a great continuation of this series based on the legend of Robin Hood. The characters from the first part are all developed further, the plot grows more complex, and the better known parts of the legend are reworked into the narrative. I thought that it was a really enjoyable read and that the antagonists had some good development as well. As in the first part, I thought that there should have been a little more time spend on the relationships between the characters, especially between [...]

    11. Brooke Banks on said:

      Not gay enough. So much drama and historical political moves and intrigue. Well done, but too much of that and not enough gay love. Ends pretty much the same way as the first. Straight sex and women are evil apparently.

    12. Stephanie Livingston-Bujold on said:

      another well written story continuing from the earlier tale of Robin Hood.I love the in depth and very different take on the traditional characters.

    13. DawningMoon on said:

      I think that the author took enough liberties to make the work feel hers yet so Robin Hood.He does feel like the outlaw we all know and love who has stolen from the rich to help the poor. And as usual, I like the way he was portrayed. As for the LGBT angle, I really liked it. Robin Hood is rarely associated with any woman at all, and even then the relationship just seems like an afterthought rather than anything else. A gay Robin Hood was comepletely possible, not to mention he possibly existed [...]

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