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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves By Simon R. Green,

  • Title: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
  • Author: Simon R. Green
  • ISBN: 9780425130902
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Simon Green d apr s l histoire et le sc nario de Pen Densham et John Watson trad de l am ricain par Fran oise Fauchet.
    Robin Hood Prince of Thieves Simon Green d apr s l histoire et le sc nario de Pen Densham et John Watson trad de l am ricain par Fran oise Fauchet

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    1. I really wish I could find this book I read it in Middleschool and don t remember ever seeing it after that I Loved it at the time and have wanted to re read it several times over the last good god, has it been nearly 20 years already

    2. The appeal of the movie, somewhat surprisingly, stems from the excellent script That script, or rather, that novel, is substantially darker than the movie, and the characters, especially the antagonists are way conventional Even so, and in all quietness, one of the best, if short and simplistic literary renditions of the Outlaw of Sherwood in hte 20th century.

    3. This is a novelization of the 90 s movie, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves with Kevin Costner I don t read these because they re amazing literature I read them because I like having a previously inaccessible insight into characters in a movie I like knowing what Robin Hood might have been thinking during a particular scene or the Sherriff So this gave me what I was after and I ll leave it at that Definitely a quick read especially if you ve seen the movie.

    4. From an old journal entry of mine I read Robin Hood after our family returned from a week s vacation at Lake Powell I found the book on the houseboat, but couldn t get it away from Norma and Wayne who somehow managed to read it at the same time We saw the screenplay about a month later, and though we all thought it was wonderful, we all liked the book better.

    5. I actually read this in my contemporary authors class when I was in high school I picked the book up and was definitely iffy about it Once I dug into it I was hooked I can say I completely enjoyed the book so much than the movie But hey, isn t that usually the case It was full of everything I really do recommend it if you just want something fun to read.

    6. Entertaining book My favorite quotes in the book For he was not what he seemed, and there, my friends take heed Beware of those who charm with lies the way to ruin they ll leadMen conveniently speak of love when it suits their purpose When it doesn t, it suddenly becomes a burden.

    7. I definitely enjoyed the novelization, something that withstands the test of time unlike the film I liked the angle taken of antagonism between Robin and Scarlett and the addition of a Moor, but elements did seem a little borrowed from the UK TV series I love to much.

    8. This was a dull novelization of the movie of the same name There was no life in the words and the editing was not good Watch the movie or better, read the original tale I pass on this one.

    9. Just as good as the movie The wording got a little overly dramatic at times, but the story was fast paced and exciting.

    10. I loved this movie so much when it came out, I had to read the book which was identical to the movie It was a fun read, I knew it would be a happy ending since I had seen the movie.

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