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The Wolf and the Raven 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 before1322 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 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 Best Download Kindle ePUB The Wolf and the Raven By Steven A. McKay – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Much improved Much, much improved.Last year I received this book, and the one before it, for review I only read one or two Indie books a year now and it was only because this author has really established himself a reputation for professionalism, that I decided to accept the books for review.The first book I was lukewarm on It was okay A lot better than I had thought it would be, but it had its problems, as do most debut books In my review of Wolf s Head, I think I mentioned that the bones Much improved Much, much improved.Last year I received this book, and the one before it, for review I only read one or two Indie books a year now and it was only because this author has really established himself a reputation for professionalism, that I decided to accept the books for review.The first book I was lukewarm on It was okay A lot better than I had thought it would be, but it had its problems, as do most debut books In my review of Wolf s Head, I think I mentioned that the bones were there and experience as a writer would probably see the second book and those that follow it showing an improved maturity to Steven s writing.This year I have tackled this second book by Steven A McKay and I am happy to say that my ...

  2. A ripping yarn better than the first one, looking forward to the next.

  3. Okay so here goes. book number two. high hopes after the first instalment The pressure was on to deliver And boy did this book do that So from the synopsis you can gather the revolt didn t go well We are thrust straight into the action with Robin and the other rebels fighting against the king s men When Robin sees the war is over he orders his men back to the forest.We see Robin beaten, men killed, imprisonments, executions the works There is a lot of meat on the bone sin this book and i Okay so here goes. book number two. high hopes after the first instalment The pressure was on to deliver And boy did this book do that So from the synopsis you can gather the revolt didn t go well We are thrust straight into the action with Robin and the other rebels fighting against the king s men When Robin sees the war is over he orders his men back to the forest.We see Robin beaten, men killed, imprisonments, executions...

  4. The Lancastrian revolt is over Those who opposed the King are now outlaws and are being pursued with a vengeance This is especially true for Robin and his men as they are oncewolf s heads high on the list of the King s main huntsman, Sir Guy Gisbourne The Raven In this, the second volume in Steven McKay s series on the famed outlaw, the author has crafted a tale of intrigue, bravery and betrayal He has also continued the development of his characters, the old and the new In particula The Lancastrian revolt is over Those who opposed the King are now outlaws and are being pursued with a vengeance This is especially true for Robin and his men as they are oncewolf s heads high on the list of the King s main huntsman, Sir Guy Gisbourne The Raven In this, the second volume in Steven McKay s series on ...

  5. Not trying to be funny or anything but do the early chapters of this book seem to suffer from, to use the technical term, the wibbly wobbly Maybe it s just me and, given the ballads of RH pay no attention to the concept of time and space , this quibble can be passed over Tighter proofing might be in order eg when brown eyes sparkling becomes green eyes shining on the very next page Then again that might be due to a trick of the fire light Minor nitpicking aside McKay has once again Not trying to be funny or anything but do the early chapters of this book seem to suffer from, to use the technical term, the wibbly wobbly Maybe it s just me and, given the ballads of RH pay no attention to the concept of time and space , this quibble can be passed over Tighter proofing might be in order eg when brown eyes sparkling becomes green eyes sh...

  6. We are proud to announce that THE WOLF AND THE RAVEN The Forest Lord by Steven A McKay is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money

  7. Steven A McKay who is fast becoming Scotland s answer to Bernard Cornwell first came to my attention with his version of the Robin Hood legend in his excellent and hugely entertaining book Wolf s Head The Forest Lord, which put a wonderfully refreshing spin on the classic tale by relocating the outlaw from Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire to Barnsdale Forest in Yorkshire and has breathed new life into an old story.The first book ended with Robin and his band of outlaws being offered the chan Steven A McKay who is fast becoming Scotland s answer to Bernard Cornwell first came to m...

  8. After reading the first book, I was extremely excited when the second one hit the shelves The audiobook was excellent and the narrator superbbut I found myself screaming Aaaarrrggg in my mind throughout this second story It must be true what the author says in the end that the characters dictated the storyline for the most part As what you would expect to happen usually does Also, characters that another author would have built the reader up to love, would always be saved in the end After reading the first book, I was extremely excited when the second one hit the shelves The audiobook was excellent and the narrator superbbut I found myself screaming Aaaarrrggg in my mind throughout this second story It must be true what the author says in the end that the ...

  9. What a great second book and I can t wait to read book three, a few things that I did not expect either but if book three is as exciting as this one then book four will be just as amazing I love history and this includes some of the historical figures of the time, while to me this is a fictional book and it does not bo...

  10. An excellent sequel to Wolf s Head I really enjoyed this book and look forward to the next instalment.