Shirewode

Legend chronicles Robin Hood and Guy of Gisbourne as the deadliest of enemies.
The reality is… complicated.
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The Books of the Wode bring a truly unique and fresh perspective to a rich legacy of myth, magic and ancient ballads. Robin Hood lives, in a Britain caught in ideological struggle between Christianity and Paganism.

Description

Home razed by Church edict, loved ones struck down by treachery, Rob is left for dead. Taken by the old druid master into the deeps, he emerges with a new name and purpose: leader of a band of tight-knit outcasts, claiming the ancient forest and wielding the Horned God’s vengeance with silent, deadly arrows. His lover, Gamelyn, has also fled in the wake of Loxley’s destruction. He returns from Crusade with his own new identity and purpose—but no absolution.
When the two boyhood lovers next cross paths, it is in a brutal, blindfolded game of foxes and hounds, one pitting Templar assassin against Heathen outlaw. And as Robyn discovers his sister Marion is still alive, the game turns.
Thwarted kings of a broken realm, Robin Hood and Guy de Gisbourne must restore the Maiden to her rightful place—and manage to not destroy each other in the process.

~~ RAINBOW AWARD RECIPIENT: Best LGBT Fantasy ~~


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