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The Wolf and the Raven (The Forest Lord Book 2) by [McKay, Steven A.]
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Book 2 of 4 in The Forest Lord (4 Book Series)

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About the Author

Steven A. McKay was born in Scotland in 1977. His first book, "Wolf's Head", came out in 2013 and was an Amazon UK top 20 bestseller. "Blood of the Wolf" is the fourth and final book in the Forest Lord series which has over 90,000 sales so far. Steven is currently researching a brand new tale set in post-Roman Britain.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2036 KB
  • Print Length: 327 pages
  • Publisher: Broadsword Publishing (7 April 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J5JMY4M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 219 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,053 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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And so the story continues , I finished this book even faster than the first, I cannot understand why the author had to turn to self publishing to get his work out to the public ,does anyone in publishing companies actually read work submitted to them ? or do they just dismiss them as 'ohhh another damned Robin Hood story . stick it in the bin Fred '..This second novel takes us on another journey with the Wolf's Head and what a journey . Sir Guy of Gisbourne's appearance in this tale added more danger to just about every one we were cheering on in the first story, I think that if a writer can make you hate a character in a book and want to rip his face off from the offset then that writer is doing a bloody good job, I can honestly say Gisbourne makes my blood boil ,so well done Mr McKay. This book had me by the danglies from start to finish, It stirred a wave of emotions , Rage, Hatred ,Empathy , Sorrow and Joy all in equal measures, I will not give the plot away and spoil the book for would be readers, but before I had even finished this book I had ordered the last 2 in the series as I just cannot wait to see where this story is going....If you ask me the question, should you buy this book ? my answer is Bloody right you should !
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OK so its been a while since i bought this book but its not taken me until now to get round to reading it. I did say i wasn't much of a reader but even i'm not this slow.

For me it was a great book, interesting and exciting building on what happened in the 1st book. Now you even have a real proper bad guy to dislike. Historical accuracy doesn't bother me as, well i don't know what was said or would have been used back then and won't be confirming what has been written anytime soon.

I thoroughly enjoyed the book and subsequently bought the next one in the series.
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Loved this book (as I did the first). A thoroughly engrossing and exciting read with a plot that twists and turns. Each cliff hanger compelled me to read on. Betrayal, tragedy, joy, humour, fickle fate and, of course, some gruesome fighting scenes blend to create a real page turner. The dreaded Guy of Gisbourne arrives, determined to destroy Robin and his "band of merry men", along with other supporters of Thomas of Lancaster's rebellion. He's a deadly and merciless fighter with the king's backing and resources. Not everyone will survive his campaign, but who will be the winners and who will be the losers..?
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This is so much better than the first book, I thought it must've been written by someone else!
It could have done with more information about the historical setting, the circumstances of the Duke of Lancaster's rebellion in particular.
With so many concurrent story lines running it took a lot of concentration to keep up. A much more worthwhile read, all the same.
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I was gripped from the moment I started reading the second book in The Forest Lord series, and even though there was no re-cap you really didn't need one. It brought in a character I liked in one of Steven's novella books and even some key figures from the time such as Edward II and the De Spencers ancestors of Princes William and Harry, I am not sure if Steven would have known this but he was not far off what recorded history has of them. In essence this a fictional book but to me, it feels like I was there in real time feeling every moment.
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i Loved the first book giving it 4 stars. However, i have to say i prefer this one. A good amount of factual history to keep the nerd in me happy, while at the same time delivering a cracking story line and excellent characters. I should find at least something in the way of constructive criticism, but for once im lost for words.

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Another cracker from Mr Mckay. I really enjoyed Wolfs Head, the first book, this carries on the tradition. All I can say to the author is I hope Robin and his men dont get that pardon they crave so much to soon.
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Waiting to find out if his latest has been published so I can read more as I really enjoyed ALL of the previous epics.
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