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Redwall graphic Novel

The classic Redwall as you've never seen it!

It was meant to be: the classic fantasy adventure that began the Redwall phenomenon is finally available in a cool graphic format. Illustrated by renowned comics artist Bret Blevins, Redwall: The Graphic Novel brings to life all the battles, all the heroes, and all the villains in a fun new format perfect for faithful Redwall fans or for those just entering the Redwall world.

Illustrated by Brett Blevins

The Bellmaker (Paperback)

 

More than four seasons have passed since Mariel the Warriormouse and the rogue mouse, Dandin, set off from Redwall in search of adventure, and Joseph the Bellmaker is worried. Where is his beloved daughter? Joseph's answer comes to him in a dream, and soon he's off, accompanied by the intrepid Finnbarr Galedeep and the brave crew of the good ship, Pearl Queen, to save a kingdom and rescue Mariel.


But what's behind the riddle in the dream? Can Joseph guess its meaning and find his daughter before the dreaded Foxwolf, Urgan Nagru, plunders the kingdom of Southsward? Can this be the end of Mariel the Warriormouse? The momentous questions of this seventh epic in the Redwall series will hold a new audience of readers in its magical spell and captivate dedicated Redwall followers as well.

The Legend of Luke (Paperback)

A floodtide of memories poured in on Martin's senses. Every rock, even the wind-driven sand drifts, looked familiar to him. Turning to his tired companions, the Warrior spoke in a hoarse whisper. 'I was born here; I know this place.'

A young hedgehog maid visits Redwall Abbey and sings a half-remembered song recounting the adventures of a warrior called Luke. This chance meeting begins a tale of two quests: that of a son to find his father and that of a father to avenge the murder of his beloved wife.

The son is Martin the Warrior, founder of Redwall, who sets forth from the Abbey seeking the truth about the father he barely knew. His journey takes him home to the northland shore, meeting friends and enemies, old and new, and leading him to an extraordinary shipwreck. The wreck, the <I>Arfship</i>, is home to three ancient veteran warriors who have in their possession a dusty old volume. Inside is the story of Martin's early life and the dramatic account of his father Luke's pursuit of his hated enemy, the pirate stoat, Vilu Daskar.

Brian Jacques' skilful narrative is told in three parts, interweaving the stories of father and son. Addressing some of the mysteries behind the Abbey's early years, this book provides answers that no Redwall fan will want to miss.

The Long Patrol (Paperback)

The hares of the Long Patrol, my lads,
Love friendship more than gold
We'll share long days, and tread hard ways,
Good comrades, brave and bold!

To run with the Long Patrol, to join the legendary army of fighting hares who serve Cregga Rose Eyes, Ruler of Salamandastron - this is young Tammo's dream.

In the heart of Mossflower Wood stands Redwall Abbey, peaceful in the gentle sun. But there is worrying news. The south wall is collapsing, leaving the Abbey open to invasion.

Damug Warfang, at the head of a thousand Rapscallions, the deadliest horde of foebeasts ever to jump from ship to shore, is looking for plunder and slaughter. Can anybeast stand against the conqueror and his savage tropps?

From the north and from the west, friends are on the move. Major Perigord's Long Patrol has a score to settle.
Eulaliaaa!

Rousing adventure, songs, riddles, mysteries, feasts - and friends, old and new - are all here in this sweeping new saga from the chronicles of Redwall.

The Pearls of Lutra (Paperback)

 'Lookalooka! Down there! Eeeeeeeee!'

Tansy gazed into the rift. With a gasp of horror she found herself staring into the eyeless sockets of a skull... Thunder rumbled as a vivid flash of lightning lit up the stark scene. A scream of terror tore itself from the hedgehog maid's throat.

The gruesome discovery of a skeleton in Mossflower woods heralds the start of both a mystery and a quest.

Far away, on the tropical island of Sampetra, Emperor Ublaz, also known as Mad Eyes, sends his fearsome lizards and corsairs on a murderous mission to Redwall. Back at home, the Abbey dwellers race against time to unravel a fiendishly difficult series of riddles. At a northern shore, a young otter fashions a bow and arrows from a yew branch and vows to avenge the slaughter of her family.

Why does Martin, son of Mattimeo, undertake a perilous voyage with his brave companions? Who is Grath Longfletch and why do vermin fear her green-plumed arrows? And what are the fabulous Tears of all Oceans that inspire such passion and greed?

This thrilling adventure ranges from the secret places at Redwall Abbey, far across the ocean, through storm and iceberg, to the island beyond where the sun sets. Master storyteller, Brian Jacques, has created another unforgettable saga in the time-honoured tradition of Redwall.

The Ribbajack (Paperback)

What if revenge were a monster of your own creation? If all you needed to summon this monster were enough hatred and enough imagination? Which of you would really be the monster? One boy is about to find out...

From vengeance monsters to haunted schools to the threat of a modern-day Medusa, New York Times best-selling author Brian Jacques spins six all-new tales of horror and suspense. Read on, but be careful of what brews in your heart. You may just find yourself the next victim of the Ribbajack...

Triss (Paperback)


Enslaved by the evil ferret King Agarnu of Riftgard, and his cruel daughter, Kurda, the brave squirrelmaid Triss plans a daring escape by sea.


At the same time, far away in Salamandastron, three young companions sail away from their mountain home too, but for a very different reason - they are seeking adventure.


Meanwhile, in Mossflower Woods, a pair of wandering Dibbuns accidentally discover the long-lost entrance to Brockhall, the most legendary home of the Badger Lords.

The three groups of travellers are drawn together by fate, when Triss comes to Redwall, and the inhabitants of the abbey find that they have a new champion - someone brave enough to carry the sword of Martin the Warrior and face the evil that threatens them all.


In this, the fifteenth novel in the Redwall epic, Brian Jacques once again looks to the history of the sword of Martin the Warrior for his adventure, and introduces a new and unforgettable heroine.

Urso Brunov (Paperback)

This tall tale from Redwall creator Brian Jacques features a brand new hero: Urso Brunov, the Little Father of All Bears. The strongest, wisest, bravest bear in the world, he is also the smallest, no bigger than the size of your thumb. Other animals of the forest stand in awe of him-except one: a mustached monster who captures four of Urso's bears and puts them in his zoo, but who learns all too soon that the Little Father is truly a force to be reckoned with.

On his way to rescue the lost bears, Urso Brunov matches wits with a tribe of boars, teaches manners to a billygoat, skims across the Deep River on a wooden flute, and finally confronts the Lord of All Sands. He'll get those bears back, never fear-believe him, for he is Urso Brunov!

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman (Paperback)

The Flying Dutchman! The legend of the wind-tattered ghost ship and its mad sea captain, cursed to sail the seas forever, has been passed down throughout the centuries. But what of the boy and his dog who were trapped aboard that ship? What was to become of them?

Send off on an eternal journey of their own by an avenging angel, the boy and dog roam the earth throughout the centuries in search of those in need. Braving wind and waves and countless perils, their travels lead them to Chapelvale, a sleepy 19th-century village whose very existence is at stake. Only by discovering the buried secrets and solving the dust-laden riddles of the ancient village can it be saved. This will take the will and wile of all the people - and a very special boy and dog.

This is Brian Jacques as you have never seen him before!

Voyage of Slaves (Paperback)

Adrift in the Mediterranean Sea, Ben and his loyal dog Ned—cursed by an avenging angel to roam the earth forever—fall into the clutches of the Slave Lord Al Misurata. Thus starts a roaring adventure, ranging from the Libyan coast to the Italian border.

Survival is a daily battle over land and sea, as Ben and Ned gain good friends and encounter ruthless enemies in their quest for freedom. At times possessing nothing other than their wits, they must rely on one another to defeat the forces of evil.

Brian Jacques, master storyteller and author of the New York Times best-selling Redwall epic, turns yet another page in the log of the Castaways of the Flying Dutchman—a rousing yarn full of high-seas adventure!