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The Outlaws of Sherwood by Robin McKinley

I picked up this book because we watched Princess of Thieves a week or more ago.  I read one of the more archaic Robin Hood stories years upon years ago - and I'm glad McKinley crafted her own.  Now the language is still a bit archaic, but it was still a great book.


Now, everyone is familiar with the setting and characters and aspects of the plot.  I liked how McKinley created Robin Hood as a real person and less of the bravado filled, I can do anything image that comes to mind so often.

I enjoyed it.

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