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Marlfox (Redwall, #11) A Villainous New Presence Is Aprowl In Mossflower Woods The Marlfoxes Stealthy And Mysterious, They Are Out To Plunder And Destroy Everything In Their Path And When They Reach Redwall Abbey, They Ruthlessly Steal The Most Precious Treasure Of All The Tapestry Of Martin The Warrior It Takes Dann Reguba And Song Swifteye, Children Of Warrior Squirrels, To Follow In Their Fathers Heroic Footsteps Together With The Young Shrew Dippler, And Burble The Brave Watervole, They Embark Upon The Seemingly Impossible Quest


10 thoughts on “Marlfox (Redwall, #11)

  1. says:

    Marlfox was my first Redwall novel in the series, even though it does come into the series relatively late It was also what hooked me into it I loved the light fantasy storytelling it had with the characters being mice, squirrels, otters, and other woodland creatures But it wasn t all light hearted fun The Redwall stories offervillainous creatures such as rats, shrews, and stoats In this case, the Marlfoxes are foxes that are larger and smarter than your usual fox What s great about Marlfox was my first Redwall novel in the series, even though it does come into the series relatively late It was also what hooked me into it I loved the light fantasy storytelling it had with the characters being mice, squirrels, otters, and other woodland creatures But it wasn t all light hearted fun The Redwall stories offervillainous creatures such as rats, shrews, and stoats In this case, the Marlfoxes are foxes that are larger and smarter than your usual fox What s great about this whole series is the plethora of characters as everyone gathers together to defend their home Redwall Abbey from the evil characters Although technically a children s tale, Jacques doesn t hold back with the war, death, and sickness that can plague the characters It s a realistic, yet still positive story that is one of the reasons why Jacques became my ...


  2. says:

    This was quite good It deviated slightly from the other Redwall books that I have read as of this review plot wise, which, of course, made for an enjoyable story, by cause of originality.


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 12 18 10 DoneIn the book evil foxes called Marlfoxes, take the Martin the Warrior tapestry from the Abbey Song,Dippler, Burble, and Dann set out to retake it Along the way they make new allies In the end, they emancipate slaves at the island which Marlfoxes live on, Dippler becomes Log a Log, Burble becomes chief of the Riverhead water voles, Dann becomes the Abbey s champion, and Song becomes Abbess at the ...


  4. says:

    I ve owned this book forever but I don t remember as much what this one was about Kudos to Jacques though for going forthan just regular foxes and adding an air of almost magic into it My favorite part of these books is often the food Anyone else get hungry reading these


  5. says:

    Redwall is a lovely, safe place to visit The villian always dies, thier slaves are always freed, and redwall always stands There is never a single slave who dies in slavery They always are free That said, this is a childrens book, so I overlook that and enjoy the lovely discriptions and humor.


  6. says:

    I hadn t read a Redwall book in around 10 years and still thoroughly enjoyed it.


  7. says:

    A solid Redwall read It follows on nicely from The Long Patrol with a handful of recurring characters, as well as some of the best family dynamics to ever grace a Jacques page You ve got the close and loving Swifteyes, the dysfunctional father son Reguba pairing, the tragic tale of Sollertree and of course the nasty Marlfox brood Throw a Gousim revenge plot, the poor old tapestry going missing yet again and some siege antics to keep the Abbey bods occupied and you v...


  8. says:

    In this tale of Redwall, the titular Marlfoxes, a special breed of vulpine, led by Queen Silth, haunt Mossflower Wood and steal the tapestry of Martin the Warrior from Redwall Abbey, with a party consisting of the two children of squirrel warriors, Dannflor Reguba and Songbreeze Swifteye, following them, with the shrew Dippler and watervole Burble accompanying them The prologue features a poem about wandering players, with plenty of other good poetry throughout the novel, and the first main cha In this tale of Redwall, the titular Marlfoxes, a special breed of vulpine, led by Queen Silth, haunt Mossflower Wood and steal the tapestry of Martin the Warrior from Redwall Abbey, with a party consisting of the two children of squirrel warriors, Dannflor Reguba and Songbreeze Swifteye, following them, with the shrew Dippler and watervole Burble accompanying them The prologue features a poem about wandering players, with plenty of other good poetry throughout the novel, and the first main chapter introduces several characters including Song s father Janglur Swifteye, not to mention Ascrod and his sister Vanna, children of Queen Silth.The wandering players, the Sensational Wandering Noonvale Companions Troupe, are en route to Redwall Abbey, where a squirrel, old Friar Butty, serves as Recorder, mentioning the dry, rainless summer, and the death of former Abbey Warrior and Abbot Arven, not to mention Abbess Tansy Throughout the story, the Redwallers clash with t...


  9. says:

    Brian Jacques was born to tell stories He wasn t born to be a writer, per say, but he was definitely born to tell tales Like traveling story tellers from long ago, meandering from campfire to campfire sharing tales of legendary heroics in the face of absolute evil, Brian Jacques is a weaver of words Telling stories of love that triumphs and wickedness that falls, friendships that overcome and betrayals that scar for life, Brian Jacques manages to keep his streak of incredible story telling go Brian Jacques was born to tell stories He wasn t born to be a writer, per say, but he was definitely born to...


  10. says:

    This one was very different from the other books in the series, in some ways good, other ways bad I remember not liking it as much as the others, but I still gobbled it up in about a day I did like how mysterious this ...


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