Mariel of Redwall
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Mariel of Redwall by Brian Jacques

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Published by Legend in London .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

First published: London : Hutchinson Children"s Books, 1991.

StatementBrian Jacques ; illustratedby Gary Chalk.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages387
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20131481M
ISBN 100099319411

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Mariel of Redwall book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the fourth volume of the epic Redwall saga, a mouse-ship is a 4/5. May 13,  · I wanted the complete Redwall book series for a long time so I decided to finally buy it. I'm so happy with those ones, the book covers doesn't match the picture but I read the other comments before and was aware of that and, as the book covers I got were my favorite, I /5(19). Mar 24,  · Book 4 in the Redwall seriesMousemaid Mariel is shipwrecked unto the shores of mossflower. She works her way up to Redwall and its inhabitants. Jacques storytelling brings to life Redwall and its charachters once is a really fun book with plenty of action and adventure. I especially enjoy the hares/5. Redwall is a series of children's fantasy novels by British writer Brian Jacques from to It is also the title of the first book of the series, published in , as well as the name of the Abbey featured in the book, and is the name of an animated TV series based on three of the novels (Redwall, Mattimeo, and Martin the Warrior), which first aired in Author: Brian Jacques.

A wonderful telling of a classic tale of adventure and food. Redwall books are oft filled with adventures, battles, food, songs, and moments of peace. Mariel of Redwall is no exception to this and is a joy from start to finish. The production brings this book to life in a wonderful way I was not expecting. Description. Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in It is the fourth book in the Redwall series.. Plot introduction. When a young mousemaid loses her memory in a shipwreck, she takes the name "Storm Gullwhacker" after a successful encounter with a seagull. Jan 01,  · The fourth book in the Redwall series delivers another powerful and moving tale from the master of animal fantasy, Brian Jacques. A sequel to Mossflower, Mariel takes place a few generations after the Outcast of Redwall.5/5(5). Mariel Gullwhacker was the daughter of Joseph the Bellmaker. Contents[show] In Mariel of Redwall While on a sea voyage to Salamandastron to deliver a bell, her ship, the Periwinkle, was captured by corsairs. She was captured by Gabool the Wild and held in captivity until he tossed her into the.

Jun 05,  · But Mariel cannot find her father and is certain he has lost his life. With a motley band of adventurers, she swears revenge and begins a perilous quest straight into the heart of Gabool's. The Redwall book series has a total of 22 novels and 2 picture books as well. The final book in the series and the 22 novels as well, The Rogue Crew, was released on May 3, With that said, the Redwall book series does not chronicle any specific timeframe. Jul 01,  · Mariel of Redwall audiobook, by Brian Jacques Brian Jacques is the New York Times best-selling author of Mattimeo and Mariel of Redwall, he tells the tale of two mice, Joseph the Bellmaker and his daughter Mariel, who are separated when the rat pirate king, Gabool the Wild, raids their ship. Mariel vows to find her father and 3/5. The publisher thought ‘Redwall’ was the greatest manuscript for a Children’s book he had ever read and he quickly summoned Brian to London to begin negotiations on a publishing deal. What set the ‘Redwall’ manuscript apart was the fact that it was a whopping pages long.