Robin Hood

Read by Barry Eads

(4.6 stars; 1422 reviews)

Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw in English folklore. A highly skilled archer and swordsman, he is known for "robbing from the rich and giving to the poor", assisted by a group of fellow outlaws known as his "Merry Men". Traditionally Robin Hood and his men are depicted wearing Lincoln green clothes. The origin of the legend is claimed by some to have stemmed from actual outlaws, or from ballads or tales of outlaws. (Introduction by Wikipedia)

(5 hr 56 min)


01 - Chapter 1 26:55 Read by Barry Eads
02 - Chapter 2 10:37 Read by Barry Eads
03 - Chapter 3 13:37 Read by Barry Eads
04 - Chapter 4 14:24 Read by Barry Eads
05 - Chapter 5 14:29 Read by Barry Eads
06 - Chapter 6 14:56 Read by Barry Eads
07 - Chapter 7 15:48 Read by Barry Eads
08 - Chapter 8 14:38 Read by Barry Eads
09 - Chapter 9 12:36 Read by Barry Eads
10 - Chapter 10 11:10 Read by Barry Eads
11 - Chapter 11 19:31 Read by Barry Eads
12 - Chapter 12 14:58 Read by Barry Eads
13 - Chapter 13 27:49 Read by Barry Eads
14 - Chapter 14 16:47 Read by Barry Eads
15 - Chapter 15 14:28 Read by Barry Eads
16 - Chapter 16 17:36 Read by Barry Eads
17 - Chapter 17 9:57 Read by Barry Eads
18 - Chapter 18 9:34 Read by Barry Eads
19 - Chapter 19 12:06 Read by Barry Eads
20 - Chapter 20 15:50 Read by Barry Eads
21 - Chapter 21 8:36 Read by Barry Eads
22 - Chapter 22 18:04 Read by Barry Eads
23 - Chapter 23 12:12 Read by Barry Eads
24 - Chapter 24 9:52 Read by Barry Eads


fantastic reader & worth a listen

(5 stars)

this reader did a fantastic job. very clear and professional. i have seen several variations of this story, done in movie form, and if you compiled them together it might cover all the events of the book - though no movie really covered the fact that there were TWO kings discussed over robins lifetime. that confused me at first until king richard was brought in to the book after the half way point. i wasnt going to read this because i knew the story so well, but i am glad i decided to listen. well worth the read!


(5 stars)

How nice to spend time with a noble champion. The sad ending reminds us all of our fragile mortality. The rest of the book seems to confirm that as we age, we remember only the good times, and this is how it should be. Barry Eads does a fine job as narrator.

A galant and chivalrous tail

(4 stars)

This book will take you back to youthful days of fantasy and fun. Robin is cocky but very noble and good hearted. His merry men are similarly inclined and fiercely loyal. It is a tale where the bad are good and the should be good are bad. The reader puts his heart into it, though some of his pronunciations are a bit off, it doesn't take away from this fun tail.

good listen

(4 stars)

This was well read, clear and easy to understand. I do think a little more emotion in the exciting parts would be nice but all in all a good listen. Having seen many Robin Hood movies I always wanted to read the book, but never had time. I'm glad I listened to it, its better than the movies.

Ragnar Danneskjöld

(5 stars)

Nicely done. Though I have seen Robin Hood remade as several movies, they have never done the book justice. He is truly a legend describing the fate of good men under two Kings, Richard and John, sons of Elenor of Aquitaine. Though, now I hardly understand Rand's criticism; Ragnar Danneskjöld of Atlas Shrugged seems based off of our legendary hero.

It's a great book / sad one

(5 stars)

it is a good book because it has all sorts of things that I like and it is a sad book because at the end of the story Marine dies and then Robin Hood dies

Nice time passer and fun time!

(5 stars)

AAAWWWSSSOOOMMMEEE!!!!!!! It's cool and awesome and great and really good for school if you want to use the story for learning the middle ages!! also they use middle age speech

I just got the name

(5 stars)

If you listen to the name Robin Hood it's literally Rob in the hood