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Lord Brocktree

A Tale of Redwall

by Brian Jacques

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Lord Brocktree by Brian Jacques
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2000, 370 pages

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    Aug 2001, 368 pages

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Zach

Lord Brocktree is definatly the best book in the series.I highly recomend the reading of it.he way the plot comes together is incredible.The foods in this book make your mouth water.The fighting sequences in the story incredible also.This is definatly a must read for any Redwall fan.
Andrew Chesterfield VA

Lord Brocktree is the best book I have ever read in my life . I wish Brian Jaques makes a sequel to that AWSOME
Andrew
Faith

Wow...that's all I can say.
martin

Happy, yet tragic. An amazing book.

<< Absolutly Amazing!!! >>

Scott Hegedus

one of the best redwall books yet, a great treat for any Redwall fan.
Danesha Artis

Well; this is a first time that I have written a review for one of Mr. Jacques' books.
I have always found his books very absorbing. As soon as you begin to read, it feels like you are being swept up into the story; as if you are a creature of Mossflower Woods.

Mr. Jacques writes to involve all of your senses....and it gives your imagination somewhat of a workout.

to be honest...everyone should at least read one of his books...I guarantee you will be hooked on it immediately.
~The Great Oreo~

It's a GOOD book!!!
Jerusha

A great read...
Reading for everyone is different. For me, I love reading fiction, and since I believe most adult fiction nowadays as unfit to read, I have to make my way to the Children's Fiction section, which surprisingly, yields great results! I am 17, yet I love the books and Brian Jacques Redwall series. This is a wonderful, just one of those real good stories. I loved the characters, and I could vividly see everything taking place right as I read. It felt like I was actually there, with everyone. Highly recommended!
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