Martin the Warrior

Martin the Warrior

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Badrang the Tyrant stoat, the evil Lord of the Eastern Coast, has forced captive slaves to build his fortress, Marshank. Among these slaves is an indomitable young mouse called Martin who, together with his friends Felldoh and Brome, escapes from the fortress, aided by Rose of Noonvale and Grumm the mole. So begins a tale of adventure love, treachery and deceit. The action is fast and furious scattered with characters like Cap'n Tramun Clogg, Ambella and her Pygmy shrews, and the Rambling Rosehip Players. A stirring yarn with all Brian Jacques' usual ingredients of feasts, rhymes, songs, battles and humour, and starring a legendary Redwall hero: MARTIN THE WARRIOR!

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Badrang the Tyrant stoat, the evil Lord of the Eastern Coast, has forced captive slaves to build his fortress, Marshank. Among these slaves is an indomitable young mouse called Martin who, together with his friends Felldoh and Brome, escapes from the fortress, aided by Rose of Noonvale and Grumm the mole.

ISBN: 9781862301436
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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green_zebu_65
Nov 20, 2017

BEST BOOK IN THE SERIES. This was the first book in the series that I read, and I'm glad that I did. This book was rich in adjectives and descriptions, especially the food. YUM. The only sad part was that Rose dies in the end. Five star, great book for ages ten and up.

Library_Jill Feb 25, 2017

Another satisfying entry in the Redwall series, this is chronologically the first book in which we meet Martin the Warrior, and we hear the tale of his fight for freedom from the evil tyrant Badrang, long before the founding of Redwall Abbey. As always, be ready for an epic journey with colorful characters who never lose hope in the face of peril, and Jacques's ever-gorgeous descriptions of food!

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chrisbrock
Nov 14, 2016

This was a super good book. It is probably my all-time favorite Redwall book. I absolutely LOVE Martin, and I was sad when Rose died. But I think the ending was really satisfying; it arouses emotion in the reader.

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red_wolf_1827
Jun 28, 2016

N jk jinjnjkbjkbnkbnjbuhbgjccb I liked it ~_~

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green_bear_623
May 06, 2015

THE BEST!

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ymwu05
Dec 08, 2014

good book

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H21840014
Mar 21, 2014

I love this book I con't understand the book. But I have come back to it and it's amzing how well i can new read it. it's my all time faviourit book.
I started to read the books at age nine and now I AM 15.

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cowbane
Aug 01, 2013

i think this book should be read by 12 and older

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JihadiConservative
May 14, 2013

Im not a big fan at all by animal books. I hate them!

AtomicSpatula May 17, 2012

SPOILER ALERT. First of all, these books are not for children. There is blood, gore, and decapitation throughout all of Brian Jacque's books. Children cannot even grasp such concepts and should not be reading these books. Now, on to a more pressing matter. This is one of my favorite books in the Redwall series, mostly because of the fact that the young Martin the Warrior is one of the best characters in all the series, not to mention how he develops as a character. I was also thoroughly depressed by Rose's death. However, like always, the ending was satisfying.

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Nov 15, 2016

chrisbrock thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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Jul 07, 2011

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Nov 15, 2016

"Martin son of Luke, can you hear me?"

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