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Redwall was the first book in the series by Brian Jacques.
Redwall was the first book in the series by Brian Jacques.

Redwall is a series of fantasy novels by Brian Jacques. It is the title of the first book of the series, published in 1986, the name of the Abbey featured in the book, and the name of an animated TV series based on three of the books (Redwall, Mattimeo, and Martin the Warrior), and first aired in 1999. The books are primarily aimed at older children, but have fans of all ages. There have been nineteen novels and two picture books published as of Autumn 2006. This work is copyrighted. ... This work is copyrighted. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Redwall Abbey is the fictional refuge of many of the good forest animals in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... For other uses, see Fantasy (disambiguation). ... (James) Brian Jacques (born June 15, 1939) is an English author, best known for his Redwall series of novels, as well as the Tribes of Redwall and Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series. ... A promotional image featuring Constance, Cornflower and Matthias. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ... Fans of Janet Jackson, at Much Music in Toronto The word fan refers to someone who has an intense, occasionally overwhelming liking of a person, group of persons, work of art, idea, or trend. ...


The book series does not chronicle any one particular timeframe. Rather, it is set in many different periods in the history of the world of Redwall, which entails Mossflower woods, surrounding islands, and a land called Southsward. Some of the books focus on characters who, in other volumes, are historical figures (e.g., Martin the Warrior's father, Luke, in The Legend of Luke). Typically, those books are set before the founding of Redwall Abbey. (Note: There is a timeline in the Redwall series, but it generally places the books in a completely different order than the order in which they were written. There were two phases when the novels were published in chronological order.) Redwall is a series of books written by the author Brian Jacques. ... Martin the Warrior is an anthropomorphic mouse in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Luke the Warrior is the father of Martin the Warrior in the Redwall series. ... The Legend of Luke is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1999. ...

Contents

Plot summary

The characters in the books are all anthropomorphic animals of some sort, almost all of whom are capable of speech (with a few exceptions like the horse in Redwall), which Jacques renders as various dialects of English. With a few rare exceptions, such as the monitor lizards from The Pearls of Lutra and the Jerbilrats of Loamhedge, the flora and fauna in the Redwall books are all native to Brian Jacques's home country of Britain. Anthropomorphism, also referred to as personification or prosopopeia, is the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals, forces of nature, and others. ... Species Many, see text. ... The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... (James) Brian Jacques (born June 15, 1939) is an English author, best known for his Redwall series of novels, as well as the Tribes of Redwall and Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series. ...


Despite the fact that Redwall is a fantasy series, it contains no elements of magic. Occasionally, elements of the supernatural or paranormal appear, mainly in two forms. First, the ghost of Martin the Warrior will often appear in dreams or visions to one of the woodland creatures (usually, but not always, an Abbey-dweller) and impart information. The information is always accurate (though often in the form of a riddle that is solved by accident) and is of a nature such that it must have come from the ghost of Martin the Warrior and could not be the result of a creature "solving" a mystery in its sleep and dreaming about Martin the Warrior on its own. Also, some creatures in the books are called "seers" and claim to be able to see the future. While some of these "seers" turn out to be frauds, others such as the seers of Loamhedge, Taggerung and Lord Brocktree are quite real and play a key part in the turning of events in these books. Virtually all of the seers, both real and fraudulent, are vermin, who are generally considered more primitive and superstitious than woodlanders and other goodly creatures. However, in the book Tribes of Redwall Mice, both Martin the Warrior and Abbess Germaine can foresee the future. Also present is the sword of Martin the Warrior, which is believed by many creatures to be magical. This sword was forged from a meteorite's metal at Salamandastron by Badger Lord Boar The Fighter. Not to be confused with Magic (illusion). ... Martin the Warrior is an anthropomorphic mouse in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Lord Brocktree is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2000. ... Tribes of Redwall: Mice is an overview all the mice that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels. ... In the Redwall novels by author Brian Jacques, Redwall Abbey is ruled by a patriarch or matriarch properly addressed Father Abbot or Mother Abbess. ... The Sword of Martin, also called Ratdeath, is a fictional weapon from the Redwall series of novels by Brian Jacques. ... Willamette Meteorite A meteorite is a natural object originating in outer space that survives an impact with the Earths surface without being destroyed. ... A Badger Lord is the ruler of Salamandastron in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ...


Though the primary location is an abbey, and a church of St. Ninian makes appearances, there has been no mention of a creator or godlike deity; although in Martin the Warrior a song is sung about how "St.Ninian" is a misnomer from a sign that originally said"This ain't Ninian's" after Ninian refused to help his wife build a house, that would make St. Ninian's one of the oldest buildings in Redwall history. however, there have been at least three mentions of the devil, Hell and other demons. After sending one of his minions to death, Cluny the Scourge roars "Tell the devil Cluny sent you!" On another occasion Constance the Badger makes a reference to "Hell's whiskers." According to the ferret Killconey, the snake Asmodeus is named for "the devil himself." While these references from Redwall, the first book, were made before the series had truly realised itself, The Taggerung makes references to an underworld again when a devilish character called "Vulpuz" is mentioned by one seer as the ruler of Hellgates and the ancestor of foxes. In several of the later novels, whenever a creature dies, characters make references to "The Dark Forest" as a place where creatures go after death. The Dark Forest, however, has not been explained further. Bold textTHIS IS THE PAGE THAT A.S. REALLY NEEDS!! THIS IS NOW MARKED!!! ] ps i like A.O. This article is about an abbey as a Christian monastic community. ... Saint Ninian (c. ... Cluny the Scourge is the antagonist in the novel Redwall by Brian Jacques. ... Badger Mother is a fictional office in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Asmodeus Poisonteeth was a giant male adder who lived in an old sandstone quarry north-east of Redwall Abbey in Redwall, a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... The Taggerung is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. ...


Books in the series often contain one or more "monsters", but these are not mythical creatures, rather being some type of ferocious predator. Monsters have included snakes (from Redwall and Triss), large carnivorous fish such as pikes (from Marlfox and Mossflower), a dragon-type creature (from High Rhulain), a giant scorpion (from Mariel of Redwall) and a giant sea serpent (from Salamandastron), along with an eel (from Mossflower). For other uses, see Snake (disambiguation). ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. ... Species  E. americanus –       grass and redfin pickerels  E. lucius – northern pike  E. masquinongy – muskellunge  E. niger – chain pickerel   – Amur pike Esox Linnaeus, 1758, is a genus of freshwater fish, the only member of the pike family (family Esocidae) of order Esociformes. ... Marlfox is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1998. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ... High Rhulain is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. ... The UK cover of Mariel of Redwall Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1991. ... This article is about sea serpents in mythology and cryptozoology. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ...


A typical book in the Redwall series details a particular period in the history of Redwall Abbey. In all but a few cases, the book is about the inhabitants of Redwall and the surrounding Mossflower Woods. Usually, there are at least two different stories going on. For example, a typical book may relate the story of a small expedition by a group of woodlanders, as well as the story of a large group of Redwallers at home fending off a vermin horde. Because of the widely spaced storylines (chronologically speaking), very few creatures are mentioned in more than one or two novels, except in a passing historical sense. One notable exception is Martin the Warrior, who appears in all books, even if, most of the time, only in spirit form or no more than as a passing historical mention. Also, Martin's sword appears in all of the novels. Though he is not mentioned by name in Lord Brocktree, Martin does appear, referred in Brocktree's dream as "a young mouse bearing a beautiful sword". Redwall Abbey is the fictional refuge of many of the good forest animals in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... In the fictional world of Redwall, Mossflower Woods is a forest surrounding the abbey of Redwall, known to be frequented by various gangs and vermin lowlifes, redering it a no-go zone at night. ...


Other recurring elements and characters in the Redwall series include Badger Lords and Badger Mothers, "Dibbuns" (the Redwall name for toddler woodlanders), the Skipper of Otters, Foremoles, helpful birds, mouth-wateringly detailed descriptions of (almost entirely vegetarian) food, and one or more Log-a-logs (a Log-a-log is a leader of a tribe of shrews). A Badger Lord is the ruler of Salamandastron in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Badger Mother is a fictional office in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Dibbuns are what the children of Redwall are called. ... In the fictional Redwall series of novels by Brian Jacques, the Skipper of Otters is what otters call their leader. ... Foremole is a title applying to several characters in the Redwall novels by Brian Jacques. ... Throughout the fictional Redwall series by Brian Jacques, there are numerous bird characters who play key roles in the plot lines of the novels. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... It has been suggested that Echolocating shrew be merged into this article or section. ...


Books of the Redwall series

There have been nineteen books published so far, with Eulalia! having been released, in both hardcover and paperback, on October 18, 2007. The next book, named Doomwyte, is scheduled for an October 16, 2008 release.[chronology source needed]


Until 2001, the books were not written in the order that the stories take place in the Redwall universe. The books are listed below, both in publication order and in their chronological order within the fictional world of Redwall: Redwall is a series of books written by the author Brian Jacques. ...

Publication Order Chronological Order

The first three books (in chronological order) take place before the construction of Redwall Abbey, while the fourth takes place during the construction. Many or most of the books that take place before Redwall was constructed are written in the format of a story told by a visitor--for example, Martin the Warrior is told as a story by a descendant of Brome, who was visiting Redwall. These books are organized by the main story, not by the "actual" time period which is almost always after the construction of Redwall. This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ... Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... The UK cover of Mariel of Redwall Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1991. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ... The Bellmaker is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1994. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. ... The Long Patrol is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1997. ... Marlfox is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1998. ... The Legend of Luke is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1999. ... Lord Brocktree is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2000. ... The Taggerung is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. ... Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Rakkety Tam U.S. Cover Rakkety Tam is a novel by Brian Jacques, the seventeenth in the Redwall series. ... High Rhulain is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. ... Eulalia will be the nineteenth book in the Redwall novel series by author Brian Jacques and illustrated by David Elliot. ... Doomwyte is the twentieth novel in the Redwall series. ... Lord Brocktree is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2000. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ... The Legend of Luke is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1999. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The UK cover of Mariel of Redwall Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1991. ... The Bellmaker is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1994. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. ... The Long Patrol is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1997. ... Marlfox is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1998. ... The Taggerung is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. ... Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Rakkety Tam U.S. Cover Rakkety Tam is a novel by Brian Jacques, the seventeenth in the Redwall series. ... High Rhulain is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. ... Eulalia will be the nineteenth book in the Redwall novel series by author Brian Jacques and illustrated by David Elliot. ... Redwall Abbey is the fictional refuge of many of the good forest animals in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... The term framing device refers to the usage of the same single action, scene, event, setting, or any element of significance at both the beginning and end of an artistic, musical, or literary work. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ...


Most books that are adjacent to each other in chronological order take place within a generation or so of each other (as evidenced by mentions of past characters in the later books). It is notable that, by contrast, there is an indefinitely long chronological gap between Salamandastron and Redwall.


The Redwall Wiki has a collection of cover art of the Redwall novels.


Characters

In the Redwall universe, species almost invariably (with very few exceptions, including change of character mid-story) determines a creature's nature, whether inherently good or evil. Some common "noble" species in Redwall include mice, otters, moles, hares, squirrels, hedgehogs, birds, and badgers, while common "vermin" include rats, foxes, weasels, ferrets, snakes, and stoats. However, many other varieties of species also make appearances throughout the novels as well. In the Redwall series of books by Brian Jacques, many species of animals are featured as protagonists and antagonists. ...


Locations

Main article: The world of Redwall

The Redwall universe is centered around Redwall Abbey, a red sandstone abbey on the outskirts of Mossflower Woods. Built after the events of Mossflower, it is the home to many of the "good" animals of Mossflower Woods. Another important location is the mountain fortress of Salamandastron, home to the Badger Lords. There are many other places, such as the fortress Riftgard, and Green Isle. Also, a main waterway is the River Moss. Though in some stories, such as the Bellmaker and the Legend of Luke, most of the story takes place onboard sailing ships and many dangers are only those involving the weather and damage resulting from such. Redwall is a series of books written by the author Brian Jacques. ... Redwall Abbey is the fictional refuge of many of the good forest animals in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... In the fictional world of Redwall, Mossflower Woods is a forest surrounding the abbey of Redwall, known to be frequented by various gangs and vermin lowlifes, redering it a no-go zone at night. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... A Badger Lord is the ruler of Salamandastron in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... The River Moss is a river in Mossflower country that forms a v formation, the point of which is near Redwall Abbey in the fictional Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... The Bellmaker is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1994. ... The Legend of Luke is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1999. ...


Literary significance and reception

From the beginning, Brian Jacques has been praised for his Redwall series, being described as one of “the best children's authors in the world.”[1] The books of the Redwall series have drawn comparisons to everything from J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings[2] to Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows and Richard Adams’s Watership Down.[3] Jacques combines “action, poetry, songs, courage, and vivid descriptions” to create a unique style that spans the seemingly endless series.[4] Tolkien redirects here. ... This article is about the novel. ... Kenneth Grahame Kenneth Grahame (March 8, 1859 – July 6, 1932) was a Scottish novelist. ... For other uses, see The Wind in the Willows (disambiguation). ... For other persons named Richard Adams, see Richard Adams (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Watership Down (disambiguation). ...


The Redwall series has also received praise for its “equal-opportunity adventuring, in which female creatures can be just as courageous (or as diabolical) as their male counterparts.”[5] Novels such as Mariel of Redwall, The Pearls of Lutra, and Triss all feature strong female leading characters. Jacques has also received acclaim for his development of unique language[6] intrinsic to certain species, giving the novels an "endearing dialectal dialogue".[7]


Some reviews have been critical of the Redwall novels for providing too simplistic a view of good and evil.[8] The characteristics of the animals in the novels are fixed by their species, making them quite “predictable”.[9] Also, characters always seem to “epitomize their class origins,” rarely rising above them.[10]


Many reviewers have also criticized the Redwall series for repetition and predictability, citing "recycled" plot lines[11] and Jacques’ tendency to follow a “pattern to the dot.”[12] Of course, other reviewers note that such predictable “ingredients” may be what “makes the Redwall recipe so consistently popular.”[13] Although the series does not continue to break new ground, it does provide satisfying adventures with “comforting, predictable conclusions for its fans.”[14]


Illustrators of Redwall

The current interior artist is David Elliot. He has illustrated six books in the Redwall series, including Eulalia, the latest. He also illustrated the Anniversary edition of Mossflower, with full page illustrations. The series' cover art was created by Troy Howell. David Elliot is a New Zealand illustrator, known internationally for his contributions to the Redwall fantasy series by British author, Brian Jacques. ... Eulalia will be the nineteenth book in the Redwall novel series by author Brian Jacques and illustrated by David Elliot. ...


Adaptations

International editions

The Redwall series has been translated into Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and recently Hebrew.


Television series

The first season of the Redwall television series, released in 1999, was based upon the novel Redwall. It was later followed by two more seasons, based on the books Mattimeo and Martin the Warrior. Production for the series is assumed to be finished. A promotional image featuring Constance, Cornflower and Matthias. ... Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ...


Audiobooks

There have been full-length audiobooks published of Redwall, Mattimeo, Martin the Warrior, The Taggerung, Loamhedge, Triss, and Rakkety Tam. Instead of being read by a single actor, the novels are narrated by a large cast. Brian Jacques serves as a narrator for all of the audiobooks, sometimes reading select parts, and his son Marc Jacques appears as the characters Matthias and Martin. Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ... The Taggerung is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. ... Rakkety Tam U.S. Cover Rakkety Tam is a novel by Brian Jacques, the seventeenth in the Redwall series. ...


Opera

In 1996, Evelyn Swenson composed an opera based on the first book in the Redwall series. It was produced by Opera Delaware in Wilmington, DE and later toured Europe.[15]


Other Redwall-related books

The Great Redwall Feast was written by Brian Jacques and illustrated by the well-known Redwall artist, Christopher Denise, and it was published in 1996. ... Picture Book was a BBC TV series that first appeared in 1955. ... The Redwall Map & Riddler was published in 1997 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... The Redwall Friend & Foe was published in 2000 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... A Redwall Winters Tale was written by Brian Jacques and illustrated by the well-known Redwall artist, Christopher Denise. ... Picture Book was a BBC TV series that first appeared in 1955. ... Tribes of Redwall: Badgers is an overview all the badgers that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels. ... The cover of Tribes of Redwall: Otters Tribes of Redwall: Otters is an overview all the otters that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels written before the release of Triss (September 30, 2002). ... Tribes of Redwall: Mice is an overview all the mice that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels. ... The Redwall Cookbook is a cookbook based on food from the Redwall series. ...

Footnotes

  1. ^ Harrison, Susan, Amazon.com reviews (1992). Editorial review of Salamandastron.
  2. ^ Publisher’s Weekly (1987). Editorial review of Redwall.
  3. ^ Chang, Margaret, School Library Journal (1990). Editorial review of Mattimeo.
  4. ^ Saecker, Tasha, School Library Journal (2005). Editorial review of High Rhulain.
  5. ^ Publisher’s Weekly (1995). Editorial review of The Bellmaker.
  6. ^ Kirkus Reviews (1998). Editorial review of The Long Patrol.
  7. ^ Estes, Sally, Booklist (1995). Editorial review of The Bellmaker.
  8. ^ Estes, Sally, Booklist (1995). Editorial review of The Bellmaker.
  9. ^ Publisher’s Weekly (1996). Editorial review of Outcast of Redwall.
  10. ^ Kirkus Reviews (1992). Editorial review of Mariel of Redwall.
  11. ^ Publisher’s Weekly (1996). Editorial review of The Pearls of Lutra.
  12. ^ Kirkus Reviews (1994). Editorial review of Martin the Warrior.
  13. ^ Publisher’s Weekly (1996). Editorial review of Outcast of Redwall.
  14. ^ Shook, Bruce, School Library Journal (1998). Editorial review of The Long Patrol.
  15. ^ http://www.redwall.org/dave/opera.html

External links

  • Official website
  • The Redwall Wiki - A collaborative Redwall information resource
  • Current Illustrator's site - Redwall prints for sale
  • Redwall MUCK (Multi-User Character Kingdom) - A text-based roleplay game based on the series, operating with author's permission. Est. 1995
  • The Game - The online text-based game
(James) Brian Jacques (born June 15, 1939) is an English author, best known for his Redwall series of novels, as well as the Tribes of Redwall and Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ... Mossflower is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1988. ... Mattimeo is a novel by Brian Jacques, the third in the Redwall series. ... The UK cover of Mariel of Redwall Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1991. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... Martin the Warrior refers to: Martin the Warrior, a book by Brian Jacques from the Redwall series; Martin the Warrior, a character in the fictional Redwall universe. ... The Bellmaker is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1994. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. ... The Long Patrol is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1997. ... Marlfox is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1998. ... The Legend of Luke is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1999. ... Lord Brocktree is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2000. ... The Taggerung is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2001. ... Triss is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2002. ... Loamhedge is an abbey in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Rakkety Tam U.S. Cover Rakkety Tam is a novel by Brian Jacques, the seventeenth in the Redwall series. ... High Rhulain is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. ... Eulalia will be the nineteenth book in the Redwall novel series by author Brian Jacques and illustrated by David Elliot. ... Doomwyte is the twentieth novel in the Redwall series. ... A promotional image featuring Constance, Cornflower and Matthias. ... In the Redwall series of books by Brian Jacques, many species of animals are featured as protagonists and antagonists. ... In the Redwall novels by author Brian Jacques, Redwall Abbey is ruled by a patriarch or matriarch properly addressed Father Abbot or Mother Abbess. ... A Badger Lord is the ruler of Salamandastron in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Badger Mother is a fictional office in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... Throughout the fictional Redwall series by Brian Jacques, there are numerous bird characters who play key roles in the plot lines of the novels. ... Foremole is a title applying to several characters in the Redwall novels by Brian Jacques. ... Logalog is a character in the Redwall series that appears in every book. ... In the fictional universe of the Redwall novel series by Brian Jacques, the many anthropomorphic characters include numerous otters. ... In the Redwall book series by Brian Jacques, there are a number of characters who serve as Champion of Redwall Abbey. ... In the Redwall universe created by author Brian Jacques, there are several groups of shrew characters. ... In the fictional Redwall series of novels by Brian Jacques, the Skipper of Otters is what otters call their leader. ... Redwall is a series of books written by the author Brian Jacques. ... Redwall Abbey is the fictional refuge of many of the good forest animals in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... In the fictional world of Redwall, Mossflower Woods is a forest surrounding the abbey of Redwall, known to be frequented by various gangs and vermin lowlifes, redering it a no-go zone at night. ... Salamandastron is the fictional fortress of the Badger Lords in Brian Jacquess Redwall series. ... In Brian Jacquess fictional Redwall universe, Loamhedge Abbey is the abbey from which the original founders of Redwall Abbey came. ... The Great Redwall Feast was written by Brian Jacques and illustrated by the well-known Redwall artist, Christopher Denise, and it was published in 1996. ... The Redwall Map & Riddler was published in 1997 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... The Redwall Friend & Foe was published in 2000 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. ... A Redwall Winters Tale was written by Brian Jacques and illustrated by the well-known Redwall artist, Christopher Denise. ... Tribes of Redwall: Badgers is an overview all the badgers that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels. ... The cover of Tribes of Redwall: Otters Tribes of Redwall: Otters is an overview all the otters that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels written before the release of Triss (September 30, 2002). ... Tribes of Redwall: Mice is an overview all the mice that appear in Brian Jacquess Redwall novels. ... The Redwall Cookbook is a cookbook based on food from the Redwall series. ...

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