Publish date: September 18th 2007
Pages no: 427
Edition language: English
Series: King Raven (#2)
"Scarlet" is an engaging follow-up to the first book in the "King Raven" trilogy, "Hood." The story is told from Will Scarlet's point of view as he is sitting in jail after a failed kidnapping attempt. Scathingly funny at times, he is also down-to-earth and practical. While I enjoyed his character—a...
A great read. I happened upon the last of this trilogy at a book sale, and am so glad that I did!
Let me be honest here, prior to reading this book, I was worried. (Also, note that my past review of Hood was a reread, this one and Tuck I’ve never read before). I noticed that a good part of this book was in first person, which, you know always sets me off, but especially in this case because I th...
This an awesome twist on history, and a great way of looking at both William the Conqueror and the Robin Hood myth. A must read.
Continues the tale of Robin Hood, set in a more historic Welsh setting. Thoroughly enjoyed this tale. I have to say, I think that this series is fast moving up in my favorites list.
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