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Mossflower (Redwall, Book 2) Paperback – September 30, 2002
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Stunning landscapes, brilliant characterization, masterly plots, and a wicked sense of humor unite in this epic tale of derring-do and the triumph of good over evil, making it one of the most addictive and memorable books that anyone is ever likely to read. --Susan Harrison --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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A dark army that has overrun the land. An unlikely hero on sent on an epic quest. A sword that is broken and forged anew. A search for the lost king. I could easily be describing Lord of the Rings! I have read several books in this amazing series (and shall not stop till I have read them all), but so far this one is undoubtedly my favorite. When you read Redwall and Mattimeo (and some of the other books in the series), you feel as if it's set in the present. But when you read the books about Martin the Warrior, the legendary hero of Redwall Abbey...
The time of great heroes
What can I say, reading Mossflower is like reading a book about the legend of King Arthur or Robin Hood. You're stepping back in time to an era when villains were more wicked, heroes were more brave, and the country was more wild. The story begins with Martin entering the country of Mossflower and then swiftly being imprisoned because he is carrying a sword. The ultimate climax of the book is set up swiftly when Martin swears vengeance upon the evil Queen of the land (who in an awesome scene breaks Martin's sword and tells the guards to have him wear it around his neck). But even for the Hero Martin, vengeance doesn't come easy.
Have you ever been on a quest?
Like Redwall, there is a major sidequest for our hero to embark upon (you can't kill the main villain with a broken sword now can you?), involving a search for the old Badger Lord king of Mossflower. Also like Redwall, there will be clues to unravel, friends to make, and alliances to forge. And like the great Lord of the Rings, there will also be beautiful songs to sing and poems to read.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this as a gift for a little boy. I had already bought him Book 1 which he enjoyed very much. Read morePublished 13 days ago by S. Boucher
The Redwall series of books is well written and perfect for both young and young-at-heart readers. It’s a fantasy set full of adventures of good versus evil, coming of age, finding... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Josh H. Knight
This series is the best read I have found in the last 15 or 20 years!
it has drama, it has suspense, it has action, it has sadness, it has happiness, it has humor, there... Read more
My son read this as required for the 7th grade. The book is difficult to read. As my father would say, "this better hurry up! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ruchele McCoy
The content may be fine but the format is poor. This is a mini book, which makes no sense given the cost of the book.Published 5 months ago by Emma Beth
Loved the story. Easy read and will be sharing it with my children when they get older.Published 6 months ago by KiTsunami
My son reads these, I can't say they held his attention the way another blockbuster book in six(seven?) volumes did... but good all the same.Published 6 months ago by roberta yates
Giving this a one-star review because of publisher insanity. Clearly an electronic edition exists (and it is easily found on illegal torrent sites) but they refuse to give me a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Charles H. Seraphine