A novel of Redwall in which the mighty badger warrior, Lord Brocktree--with the help of the spirited young haremaid Dotti--must reclaim the mountain land of Salamandastron from the army of a villanous wildcat . . .
Takes place in the medieval world of Redwall Abbey, where gallant mouse warriors triumph over evil invaders. This has truly become the stuff of legend.
Another great book of the Redwall series enjoyed by adults and young people! A great journey and engrossing tale of the animal world where the mighty badger warrier, Lord Brocktree, must confront an evil wildcat to reclaim the kingdom of Salamandastron. The redwall series contains adventure and humor as these humanlike charming characters show us that good can still prevail!
A thriller - A haremaid would-be warrior and the great badger warrior Lord Brocktree take us on breath-taking adventure.
Light, fun, feel-good reading every time.
In my opinion this is one of the best redwall books. It explains how Salamandastron's laws got put into place and how the long patrol got formed, plus it has the best assortment of characters in all of the books. no matter how far you are into the series, you have to read this.
IT WAS AN OK BOOK FOUND IT TO BE CONFUSING AT TIMES. WITH TOO MANY CHARACTERS
Has a story that progresses with the frenetic energy of its furry characters. Lots of adventure and heroism ala Lord of the Rings. The protagonists are pretty straightforward (the intrepid hare-maiden Dotti is a great strong female character), but it was a very intriguing and engaging development that although the antagonists are clearly wicked, we get to see how some of them got that way and discover that they deserve to be pitied even though it's also obvious that they must be destroyed.
Another point this book has in common with the Lord of the Rings trilogy is how the inclusion of songs and ballads performed by the various characters is really integral to the atmosphere. A great touch!
Redwall books do not disappoint.
This is one of the best book series and I would recommend them with no hesitation. These are fun adventures about many animals. Young and old would benefit from these books.
Another Redwall book; ;I haven't read this one either, but enjoyed this I have read.