Redwall, Paperback
3.5 out of 5 (9 ratings)


Redwall Abbey, tranquil home to a community of peace-loving mice is threatened by Cluny the Scourge - the evil-one-eyed rat warlord - and his battle-hardened horde of predators.

Cluny is certain that Redwall will fall easily to his fearsome army but he hasn't bargained for the courage and strength of the combined forces of the Redwall mice and their loyal woodland friends...


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9781862301382



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I have no idea why i love this book but i love it anyways.

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I don't usually like fantasy books, but this story of a mouse who manages to save his home (Redwall Abbey), his friends, and his loved ones, is really sweet.

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I had a giant-size crush on Matthias when I was little. He is one hot little mouse!!What am I talking about?! I *STILL* have a giant-size crush on Matthias!

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This is the first in a children’s fantasy series starring rodents: some are just too adorable and some--well, one in particular--are quite terrifying. An order of mice live peacefully and productively in Redwall Abbey. At one time they were an order of warriors, but long peace has rendered the art of war obsolete, so they just help people, I mean woodland creatures. Until. One vicious, power-hungry, rage-filled, carnage-minded rat threatens them. I really like it so far. I think I will continue with the series.

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The book is bland. It is the story of a war; a good deal of carnage is portrayed casually and unfeelingly. Some imagination is shown in the setting but the characters are mostly uninteresting.It was rescued by the excellent audio performance; the narration was a pleasure even though the words were boring. Many of the characters had different and intriguing accents which a resident of the UK would, I suspect, have easily identified.

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