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Mariel of Redwall is a captivating and magical adventure story in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. At times gentle, but mostly packed with adventure and heroism on the grandest of scales, this tale is at once delightful and devastating in its proportions.
Jacques weaves his customary magic, taking the reader to the heart and soul of the mythical Redwall--welcoming, terrifying, magical, and at times all too real. The place, the characters, and the adventure spring to life in a bout of indefinable magic, mystery, and mayhem. An excellent book that will leave readers begging for more. (Fortunately, there's plenty more where this came from!) --Susan Harrison --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is full of great adventure and excitement and will be a joy for whoever reads it.
The next book to read after this is definitely "The Bellmaker", with almost all the same main characters as this book.
I read the "Redwall" series to my daughter over twenty years ago and we both fell in love with the books.
humorous,funny,and extremely exciting ! Jaques has done a wonderful job. my favorate part was when the dibbuns did a bit of businuss with the knives:"But we was only savin' the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jodi Salzman
In the fourth Redwall novel and second prequel of the franchise, occurring chronologically between Mossflower and the original Redwall, an amnesiac mousemaid battles with the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Michael Gallen
This one is very cute, about a little female mouse, all the others are male mice, but this is different.Published 8 months ago by Mistica
I love this series of books. I don't have them all but keep collecting. the stories are great and worth readingPublished 10 months ago by lana smith
I've read the entire Redwall series, and probably the best volumes in it would be Martin The Warrior, Mossflower, The Long Patrol and Doomwyte. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Darth Sidrel
Came in just in time for my son's birthday.He was turning 25, but he got him reading as a middle schooler and wanted them to start a library going for a family of his own someday. Read morePublished 12 months ago by prijj
I read the "Redwall" series to my daughter over twenty years ago and we both fell in love with the books. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Susan G. Good