Robin Hood: Hacking, Heists & Flaming Arrows
A town. A forest. A hero.
You can’t go far without a quick brain and some rule-bending in a place like Locksley. After its vast car plants shut down, the prosperous town has become a wasteland of empty homes, toxic land and families on the brink. And it doesn’t help that the authorities are in the clutches of profit-obsessed Sheriff of Nottingham, in cahoots with underworld boss Guy Gisborne.
When his dad is framed for a robbery, Robin and his brother Little John are hounded out of Locksley and must learn to survive in the Sherwood forest, stretching three hundred kilometres and sheltering the free spirits and outlaws. But Robin is determined to do more than survive. Small, fast and deadly with a bow, he hatches a plan to join forces with Marion Maid, harness his inimitable tech skills and strike a blow against Gisborne and the Sheriff.
Punchy and contemporary, it's a clever concept - for thrill seekers of 11 and up. * The Bookseller, One to watch * Muchamore writes with tremendous energy and his dialogue flies as fast as Robin's arrows . . . A new series that strikes the bullseye. * The Times * Looks set to be another adrenaline-filled ride * I newspaper * This is classic Muchamore: witty characters, clever twists and high-tech gadgetry. This scores a bullseye * Daily Mail * Intensely readable, outrageously enjoyable action * Guardian * Compulsively readable...Meticulously researched feats of action and breathtaking heists. * TLS * For action and adrenaline look no further...sure to be relished by thrillseekers of 11 and up * The Observer * Exhilarating and unpredictable, the first adventure in this new series is sure to leave readers desperate for the next instalment. * BookTrust * Muchamore knows just how to keep the pages turning and this is the first in a series that promises quiverfulls of action and entertainment. * Books for Keeps * This is a modern day telling of the tale of the band of brothers who steal from the rich to give to the poor, and it is told brilliantly. This is the start of another great series for ages 11 upwards * Angels and Urchins *
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