Sunday, October 13, 2013

Review: Will in Scarlet

How does a sheltered and spoiled boy grow into a hero? 

At the beginning of the story, Will Scarlet, is worried about finding his Christmas presents. Everything in the world seems right until his father gets abducted, and Prince John attempts to usurp the throne. Suddenly, Will is running for his life. And the only people that can help him find peace are the Merry Men. The problem: they are a bunch of thugs.

Matthew Cody brought a new light to the famous men in tights. Robin Hood is a drunk haunted by Marian's memory and Little John lacks discipline. To make matters even more interesting, Cody added Much, a young girl in the group posing as a boy, who falls for Will. 

The writing bursts of adrenaline, passionately filled with fights and plots. This might possibly turn into a series.


  1. I'll have to check it out! Always like Robin Hood stories. If you liked this, you might enjoy Scarlet by A.C Gaughen, it's a Robin Hood story, but from the perspective of Scarlet, who is a girl pretending to be a boy in the gang :)

    1. Cool...another hidden girl. I'll check it out :D