Publish date: January 18th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
Series: The Wode (#1)
Book 1: GreenwodePOV: 3rd person, multi-characterPages: 370Star rating: ★★★☆☆ (3.5)This was a difficult one, because there were times when I was kind of bored reading it, wondering when it would end, and there were times that I was completely intrigued by the story, needing to know what happened nex...
4.5 Stars ~ Audiobook Review by TeresaWhere to begin… This story was epic! Truly epic! Set in 1180 Yorkshire, Greenwode is the story of Rob of Loxley and Gamelyn before Rob becomes Robyn Hood. It was rich and vibrant and magical. Everything, no matter how mundane seeming at the time, had a place in ...
The book called for my attention instantly: the setting is unusual, the plot is unusual, the MC are unusual… Ok, we have seen lots of movies with Robin Hood and Little John and Prince John, the Sherwood Forest, Nottingham, etc, etc, etc. But it was striking the idea of a romance with a man instead o...
If you love epic fantasy, I can’t recommend this book highly enough. J Tullos Hennig’s writing is nothing less than eloquent, her storytelling nothing less than stellar. This is the sort of book that makes me fall in love with words and language all over again. It’s a story that drew me in from page...
I want to read this...but if only I could be sure what kind of ending it has-it looks to be tragic? :(