I have written what I believe is how life works for all of us.
It is a book that should give you, in the end, more questions than answers. The answers given within are there to stimulate your... More > thinking processes, make you question what you may have before taken for granted or overlooked.
Friar Tuck was used as the Guide because I felt no one would feel intimidated by this character. He represents good but not without all the human foibles we each demonstrate in our average lifestyle. He enjoys life and is held in high esteem for his honesty and integrity. He does not apply guilt or judgement, or become overbearing and pompous with his answers.
Sherwood Forest is life itself as we live it, all the twists and turns, the known and the unknowns. The Traveller is all of us wandering blindly through life having been put off once too often letting cynicism lead the way.< Less