Lord Brocktree

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Red Fox, 2001 - Animals - 370 pages
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Peace Has Gone On Too Long. Something Inside Me Says That Trouble Such As These Shores Have Never Known Is Headed Our Way.' Salamandastron, Under The Guardianship Of Old Lord Stonepaw, Is Under Threat From An Enemy Of Immense And Terrifying Power. Ungatt Trunn, The Wildcat Who Can Make The Stars Fall From The Sky, Has Attacked With His Blue Hordes And Is Determined That The Fortress Should Be His. The Mountain'S Defences Are Weak And It Seems That Nothing Can Stand In His Way. Nothing, That Is, But The Badger Lord Brocktree, Who Is Drawn To Salamandastron By An Undeniable Sense Of Destiny. But If He Is To Rescue The Mountain From Trunn And His Verminous Hordes, He Must Gather About Him An Army Capable Of Defeating Them In Battle. Together With The Irrepressible Haremaid, Dotti, And A Host Of Brave Creatures, Brocktree Journeys To Salamandastron To Fulfil His Destiny. Brian Jacques' Masterful Storytelling Spins A Web Of High Adventure That Will Enthral The Reader From The First Page To The Last.

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Review: Lord Brocktree (Redwall #13)

User Review  - Matthew Bohlen (EVHS) - Goodreads

The 13th installment of the Redwall series is very fascinating as the main view point is from Salamandastrom and not from the city of Redwall. This book is very focused on battle rich chapters and concise details. Read full review

Review: Lord Brocktree (Redwall #13)

User Review  - GD Trekkie - Goodreads

I believe this book wasn't as good as other redial books that I gave read and I have recognized some similarities with the other books. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool in 1939. He left school at age fifteen and found work as a docker, a truck driver, a policeman and a stand-up comic, all before turning his attention to writing. He wrote his first novel, Redwall, for the children at a school for the blind in Liverpool. Since 1986, his descriptive style of writing has captivated readers from age 8 to 80. His books have won international awards and acclaim and have been made into a TV series.

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