|About the Book|
This is a one of a kind novel- A legal fantasy. And as such it is quite bold. It’s a novel where the law mixes with the world of imagination, philosophy and fairy tales- those of old. Thus, it is a book for both the young and old. However, each shallMoreThis is a one of a kind novel- A legal fantasy. And as such it is quite bold. It’s a novel where the law mixes with the world of imagination, philosophy and fairy tales- those of old. Thus, it is a book for both the young and old. However, each shall perceive it differently- this story that is now told….When Wolf is put on trial in the land of Odifal, most expect a swift open-and-shut case to play out. But as the trial progresses, there emerge many hidden truths that threaten to turn the case on its head. However, just as all seems lost for the prosecution, another twist in the story occurs. Now the jury needs to consider not only the facts of the case, but also the entire notion of justice and the law as we know them to be. A more in-depth look at the world around us.There is a time and a place for everything. But, this is neither the time nor the place to tell you how the Big Bad Wolf was finally apprehended. Only a select few know and they are all sworn to secrecy.What I can tell you is that it wasnt Peter the Boy who caught him. I can also divulge that some of our most beloved heroes contributed to his capture. It is said that a few brave souls had ventured into the Enchanted Forest of Odifal. Some weeks later they emerged, battered, bruised, yet victorious.Some rumors have it that Robin Hood took it upon himself to get him. No wonder, after all that happened to Little Red Riding Hood. Some even speculate that Robin was her real father- Hence the name Hood they would explain.There was a time, you see, when Robin Hood was a free man, who had a home and a wife- before the Sheriff of Nottingham, before Sherwood Forest, before Marian… But this is neither the time nor the place.What is of importance here is that Wolf had been apprehended and put under lock and key. In due course, he was brought before the noble court on the “Hill of Justice”.What follows are the chronicles of Odifal v. B.B. Wolf.