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Heaved off her ship in a pirate raid, Mousemaid Mariel is washed up on the shores of Mossflower. With no idea where she is, or indeed who she is, the young warrior mouse embarks on an unforeseen adventure that will take her to the very heart of Redwall and into the arms of the people who live there.
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.
A female protagonist, Mariel the mousemaid, lends a contemporary touch to the fourth installment in Jacques's Redwall series, which narrates epic events among the animals in the manner of Watership Down.
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I got this book for my son, and he loved it! I asked him for his input on the book, and he said that it was interesting, well written and much more complex than a lot of books are... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Janet Mustain
Mariel is one of the great female protagonists of the Redwall Universe. She is brave and smart without being unrealistic (for an anthropomorphic fantasy creature) and is easily one... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elie 3173
My son loves this series. Highly recommend it for young readers who are interested in fantasy literature. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chau Edge
This book is definitely among the best in the series. It has a strong and unique female lead, and focuses heavily on the values of friends and family.Published 5 months ago by Sam
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 6 months 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 9 months ago by J. Michael Gallen