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The Wode, Book 2
Narrated by: Ross Pendleton
Series: The Wode, Book 2
Length: 20 hrs and 25 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Book Two of the Wode

The King of the Shire Wode. That is what they will call you.

Years ago, a pagan commoner named Rob of Loxley befriended Gamelyn Boundys, a nobleman's son, against seemingly insurmountable odds-and with horrific consequences. His home razed by order of the Church, Rob was left for dead, believing his sister, Marion, and his lover, Gamelyn, had perished.

But Gamelyn yet lives. Guilt-ridden by his unwitting betrayal of Loxley, one of the last bastions of the Old Religion, Gamelyn rides off to seek absolution in the Holy Land. Rob vanishes into the greenwode and emerges as leader of a tight-knit band of outcasts who revolt against the powers that be.

When the two lovers meet again, it will be in a brutal, blindfolded game of foxes and hounds that pits Templar assassin against Heathen outlaw. Yet the past cannot be denied, and when Rob discovers Marion is also still alive, the game turns. History will chronicle Robyn Hood and Guy of Gisbourne as the deadliest of enemies, but the reality is more complicated-and infinitely more tragic.

©2013 J Tullos Hennig (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press

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  • ~Stephanie GooglyEyes
  • 20-01-2018


I love this series so freaking much. It is smartly written, I would almost think this was the original tale written so long ago. I really hope the rest comes out on audio. These stories and this narrator are life

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  • Nadia
  • 06-01-2017

Brilliant Sequel

Where does Shirewode rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Near the top

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked the two male protagonists about the same

Which character – as performed by Ross Pendleton – was your favourite?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The romance scene

Any additional comments?

Greenwode was one of the most powerful books I've ever read, so Shirewode had a hard act to follow. It managed it. The author has a tendency to over use certain phrases, but Shirewode is a powerful story of two men facing up to who they were and who they have become. Recommended for fans of the Robin Hood legend.