The Woodman, book three, The Gates of HellThis instalment begins six hours after Duke Woods, AKA The Woodman, has decided he must leave Coast Town.If he leaves, they stand a chance of negotiation with the small army coming their way and he gets to go home to his family. If he stays, the army will want his head. He has to try and flee, regardless of how it looks to others.The reluctant hero in the making, fights his way out with bow and arrow, and arrives home only to find his family in mortal danger. Then, in a twist of fate; Duke is taken prisoner and escorted to Dover Castle. There he has, under threat of death, to fight for his freedom and his sanity as the true horrors of a madman come to light.Sue goes to other lands to start a new and joyful life whilst Coast Town burns; only to find the sweet talking man was really a serpent in disguise.Duke fights evil time and again, fashioning himself unwittingly into a hero regardless of his wish to not be.Years of peace follow, communities come together, trade with each other and grow, and a network of towns and villages live in harmony with the people of the woods. Harmony that is, until evil rears its ugly head once more. The Death is still out there, perhaps it always will be, and evil men still rampage across the lands, too. Will peace ever really come to The Woodman?