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by Brian Jacques
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hunterfree03
hunterfree03 rated it 2 years ago
This story follows the adventures of Martian the Warrior and his band of forest fighters as they battle their way to freedom. It has everything in it Truth, Honor, Betrayal Redemption... this story would go excellent with a lesson on genera or theme. It would also for me personally be used in a "her...
Henry Martin - Author of contemporary Literary Fiction
After finishing Redwall, I wanted more. The prequel Mossflower seemed a pretty reasonable choice. I did enjoy the read, nevertheless, while the writing was excellent, the storyline was not as good as Redwall. Jacques still does an amazing job in creating a fascinating world of woodland creatures, bu...
Adventures Thru Wonderland
Adventures Thru Wonderland rated it 6 years ago
I really love the Redwall Abbey books. Good for anyone who enjoys animals, adventure, and a quest to do what's right!
Something clever I'll change later
Something clever I'll change later rated it 7 years ago
If I were a 13 year old boy, this book would be awesome. As it stands, I think I've just grown out of Redwall books a bit. It was all food, action, kill someone, food, action, kill another someone. Rinse and repeat.
The Cheap Reader
The Cheap Reader rated it 7 years ago
I want to like the Redwall books. I really do. I'm just having a super hard time of getting into the books.-It's a series but not in the usual sense. Each book is a standalone book so it's really hard to connect to the characters. I think this is the only book to have a reoccurring character. (Marti...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 9 years ago
"Mossflower" is a prequel to Brian Jacques' debut novel, "Redwall." In this story, Martin the Warrior (a mouse) comes to Mossflower to help defend the woodland animals against the predations of the mad queen Tsarmina (a wildcat) and her troops in the fortress of Kotir.This is a sweet little tale th...
Aren's Library
Aren's Library rated it 19 years ago
Enjoyable, but I liked Pierce more.
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