Robin Hood

by Henry Gilbert
Arcturus Publishing

Your net price $1.99

Pub Date: 2017
Format: Paperback
Pages: 288 pp.
Size: 5.00 x 7.50 inches

ISBN: 9781784284305
TB Code: 1709094
Availability: 782 in stock

A household name, that robber of the rich and protector of the poor in old England. But no common man was he, and those told and re-told tales of his life are shown as uncommon triumphs of justice and right in this rich telling by Henry Gilbert. The familiar episodes and characters are all here: Little John and the duel on the narrow bridge; the Sheriff of Nottingham and and the contest for the Golden Arrow; Maid Marian and her love for the outlaw Robin Hood. But this account of Robin Hood brings Robin and his band of Merry Men to life as never before, with their courage and strength in battle matched only by their generous loyalty and love for friend, king, and God. Meet Robin Hood in the midst of all the beauty and tragedy of twelfth-century England, where faith grapples with greed and justice wars against oppression. Gilbert’s masterful telling of one man’s fight for justice shows why the legend of Robin Hood lives on and is worth hearing again and again—because Robin Hood’s love for justice and right is one worth making our own.