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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
The variety of stories detailing the lives and tales of Robin Hood, the love of his life Maid Marian, and his ‘Merry Men’ have been told for generations. The story woven by Roberson takes that familiar story and twists it slightly into something new. The men (and women) are the same throughout, yet the story has a new spin that will keep you completely intrigued and uncertain of what will happen next. The Lady of Sherwood tells the tale of Marian as well; and it tells the story of Robin's upbringing and life outside of being an outlaw. Robin was not, after all, born a peasant and he was not forced into outlawry. Rather, it’s a profession he has chosen for himself.
You may have read a dozen versions of this familiar story. You may know the traditional ones backwards and forwards but you do not know this story. There is more to Robin and more to his ambition in life than simply to rob from the rich and give to the poor. The Lady of Sherwood gives more information on the characters that make up his ragtag group of bandits. You’ll see them for what and who they are through this story -- a group of men and women who are simply that.
This is a story of real people driven to extremes by the circumstances in which they find themselves. You’ll be rooting for Robin and for Marian, laughing at the Sheriff, and cursing the stubbornness of men as you flip from one page to the next.