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Publisher's Summary

In the aftermath of a violent rebellion Robin Hood and his men must fight for survival with an enemy deadlier than any they've faced before...
1322. England is in disarray and Sir Guy of Gisbourne, the king's own bounty hunter, stalks the greenwood, bringing bloody justice to the outlaws and rebels who hide there. When things begin to go horribly wrong self-pity, grief and despair threaten to overwhelm the young wolf's head who will need the support of his friends and family now more than ever. But Robin's friends have troubles of their own and, this time, not all of them will escape with their lives....
Violence, betrayal, brutality, and death come to vivid life in The Wolf and the Raven, the brilliant sequel to Wolf's Head.
©2014 Steven A. McKay (P)2014 Steven A. McKay
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5 out of 5 stars
By Bobbie B on 09-17-16

Another great volume in the series

Any additional comments?

I'm so glad I stumbled across this series. The story is so rich I feel like I'm right there experiencing it along with the characters.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Christopher L. Ross on 08-28-16

Great Robin Hood Series

Would you consider the audio edition of The Wolf and the Raven to be better than the print version?

I really like whisper-sync....I can switch between audio and reading with ease. I think this is a personal preference. For me, I loved it.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Obviously Robin was great. I think the character development was great.

What about Nick Ellsworth’s performance did you like?

I think he did a great narration job.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Most deffinetly

Any additional comments?

I loved this series. It is no romantic version of Robin Hood, it is bloody and brutal and yet maintains reality. There is great character development and plenty of action scenes. If you like medieval action this is the book for you. If you like historical fiction with action....look no further. Incidentally, I also purchased the Audible edition as well. The narrator did a great job, I listened on my daily commute.

What I really liked was that each book in the series is a complete and independent story. There are hints of more to follow in the sequels, but Steven wraps each book up nicely so that you feel you have finished a great story.

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5 out of 5 stars
By John Smythe on 01-24-15

Excellent Again !

Would you consider the audio edition of The Wolf and the Raven to be better than the print version?

N/A

What other book might you compare The Wolf and the Raven to, and why?

Wolf's Head

Have you listened to any of Nick Ellsworth’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Good

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Interest

Any additional comments?

As with the first book I listened to; the superb Wolf's Head. I was struggling with some well known authors and wondering why I was bothering. Then the breath of fresh air, Steven's writing. Again came along.
This book is not for the PC. That is why it has a realistic feel to it. That is probably pretty much how they spoke then. With plenty of strong Anglo-Saxon words that have now come into common usage around the world.
The descriptions are graphic, necessarily so, and transport you to Sherwood Forest with the outlaws. As in my previous review I do not intend to give too much away, as that would spoil it for the new reader.
Just take the book on board and enjoy it and be swished away quicker than Robin's arrow.
Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5 stars
By LongJohn on 07-05-15

Hood Fan happy

Would you listen to The Wolf and the Raven again? Why?

I would listen to The Wolf and The Raven again for the simple reason that I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Although I like they way Robin is portrayed in this series I must admit I really liked Sir Guys character. He is very calm and aware of his own appearance, people that know little of him think of him as a mild person but deep down inside he is an angry slightly deranged soul. His hatred for Robin grows throughout out the book until the very end. Because of what had happens to Sir Guy in his past he has no emotion or connection with any person which makes him a very dangerous man.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

I liked the scenes that involved Robin and Sir Guy. Robins growing fear of Sir Guy coupled with Sir Guys hatred of Robin, makes their meetings enjoyable to listen to especially as Robin's growing doubt about his own capabilities starts to wear him down.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Again as with The Wolfs Head there are some very funny moments in this story and sad a worrying times too. There is also some shocks involving some of the best known character which I will not spoil.

Any additional comments?

Enjoyed the book a lot and will listen to it again, can't wait for part 3.

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