Rakkety Tam: A Novel of Redwall

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Penguin, Aug 30, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Rakkety Tam MacBurl is a brave border warrior who has travelled south in search of adventure. But when his army is attacked by an evil flesh-eating band, adventure finds him.
 
Gulo the Savage, wolverine, flesh-eater and brutal killer, has come to Mossflower in search of his brother who stole the mystical stone that will make one of them king of the lands of ice and snow. Anybeast who gets in Gulo’s way is dead meat. And he’s heading for the peaceful Redwall Abbey unless Rakkety Tam can stop him.
 
“In style and content, the Redwall novels combine elements of Patrick O’Brian, Homer’s Illiad, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows.”—The Boston Globe
 
“Full of the same romping fun as its predecessors, and it offers a brilliant Scottish flavor too.”—The Boston Herald
 
“A heroic tale of friendship, valor, and a battle between good and evil . . . This fast-paced adventure will keep readers on their toes until the final battle.”—School Library Journal
 
“A wild adventure full of ferocious, lovable, funny, and downright evil characters.”—Looking Glass Review
 

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All I can think of when I think or see this book is adventure, adventure, action, action! This book is filled with that, and to read it is a amazing experience. Again, Brian Jacques has succeeded.

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I love Rakkety Tam because it is nice story and i enjoy Brian Jaques God bless him

Contents

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BOOK TWOThe warrior who gaineda sword
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BOOK THREEThe Walking Stone
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Brian Jacques was both a master storyteller and a jack-of-all-trades. He lived the life of a sailor, actor, stand-up comedian, radio host, bobby, even a bus driver. He was the recipient of an honorary doctorate in literature from the University of Liverpool and a New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five books for younger readers, including the wildly popular Redwall series. Dr. Jacques was a lifelong resident of Liverpool, England.

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