New Read [ High Rhulain (Redwall, #18)] by [ Brian Jacques ] – wildweaves.co.uk

High Rhulain (Redwall, #18) The otters of Green Isle have long been enslaved to the Wildcat Riggu Felis They work and wait for the day their savior will arrive the prophesized High Rhulain, who will lead them in battle and a return to glory Meanwhile, young Tiria Wildlough, an ottermaid at Redwall Abbey, pines for her chance to learn the ways of the warrior, much against the wishes of her father So when an injured osprey arrives at the Abbey, seeking help for its wounds and carrying tales of an embattled clan of otters, young Tiria knows what she must do. New Read High Rhulain (Redwall, #18) [ author ] Brian Jacques [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. One of thegeneric Redwall books The characters were even less developed than normal I think this can be blamed on the fact that there was action taking place in as many as five different locations simultaneously Redwall books usually have only three at once , so there were fewer scenes than normal dedicated to each set of characters Tiria annoyed me greatly She was never really a part of the main story because she was just a very young Abbeymaid with no experience In most scenes, she One of thegeneric Redwall books The characters were even less developed than normal I think this can be blamed on the fact that there was action taking place in as many as five different locations simultaneously Redwall books usually have only three at once , so there were fewer scenes than normal dedicated to each set of characters Tiria annoyed me greatly She was never really a part of the main story because she was just a very young Abbeymaid with no experience In most scenes, she had nothing else to do but chat about her destiny with the characters who were actually driving the story She was completely ig...

  2. When autumn s day grows old, sad orchard leaves do fall Dawn breaks o er silent gardens, bereft of sweet birdcall Stark winter s dirge then wails, until the earth appears, white clad neath drifted dunes, whilst trees bear crystal spears My chamber is a refuge here, against the snowbound night, a flickering cave of crimson gold, made warm by firelight, where images are conjured, of friends I used to know I battled and I marched with them, one dusty long ago I see them now arise again, in When autumn s day grows old, sad orchard leaves do fall Dawn breaks o er silent gardens, bereft of sweet birdcall Stark winter s dirge then wails, until the earth appears, white clad neath drifted dunes, whilst trees bear crystal spears My chamber is a refuge here, against the snowbound night, a flickering cave of crimson gold, made warm by firelight, where images are conjured, of friends I used to know I battled and I marched with them, one dusty long ago I see them now arise again, in memory that ne er will fail Their legend is reborn anew, and thus begins my tale from High Rhulain Brian Jacques continues in...

  3. This book was highly enjoyable It had a different plot from the other books always nice and the Long Patrol, so it was bound to be so.

  4. Another grand Redwall adventure with new characters and lands, and some unexpected surprises Redwall books may often follow a certain story formula but they always surprise me in some way, and this one was no exception Great story

  5. I think this is the best and my favorite Redwall book in quite a while An epic plot, good characters, lots of action and, of course, many beautiful descriptions of food.

  6. It gets better every time

  7. The late Brian Jacques dedicated this entry of his Redwall series to his friend Alan Ingram, whom he terms the guardian at Redwall s gate A poem about autumn follows, with plenty of good poetry, as always, throughout the book, its main action opening on Green Isle, where the Warlord of the Green Isle Cats, Riggu Felis, makes his home, and has a pine marten aide named Atunra, not to mention scion Jeefra and Pitru Meanwhile, back at Redwall Abbey, the young Lycian the mouse is Mother Abbess, w The late Brian Jacques dedicated this entry of his Redwall series to his friend Alan Ingram, whom he terms the guardian at Redwall s gate A poem about autumn follows, with plenty of good poetry, as always, throughout the book, its main action opening on Green Isle, where the Warlord of the Green Isle Cats, Riggu Felis, makes his home, and has a pine marten aide named Atunra, not to mention scion Jeefra and Pitru Meanwhile, back at Redwall Abbey, the young Lycian the mouse is Mother Abbess, with another of the primary protagonists, Tiria the young otter, daughter of the Skipper of otters, introduced, being skilled with a sling.South in the woods outside the Abbey, water rats are on the hunt, capturing an eagle whom Tiria emancipates Backstory is afterward revealed about Green Isle, wher...

  8. High RhulainAuthor Brian Jacques Pages 341High Rhulain is another book of the Redwall series, written by Brian Jacques The setting is consisted of two places Redwall Abbey and Green Isle The protagonists are Tiria Wildlough, an ottermaid, and Cuthbert Frunk, a hare with many roles The antagonist is Riggu Felis, a wildcat ruling on Green Isle Tiria Wildlough has peacefully live in Redwall Abbey with her friends for many seasons, but all that changes with the arrival of an osprey, captured High RhulainAuthor Brian Jacques Pages 341High Rhulain is another book of the Redwall series, written by Brian Jacques The setting is consisted of two places Redwall Abbey and Green Isle The protagonists are Tiria Wildlough, an ottermaid, and Cuthbert Frunk, a hare with many roles The antagonist is Riggu Felis, a wildcat ruling on Green Isle Tiria Wildlough has peacefully live in Redwall Abbey with her friends for many seasons, but all that changes with the arrival of an osprey, captured by vermin After saving the huge bird and helping it recover, Ti...

  9. As a teenager, I read every Redwall book I could get and bought the new ones as they came out I stopped fairly recently after Lord Brocktree but recently checked out the newest book, Eulalia, from a library I was so disappointed by it that I hardly dared try any of the others, but I did want to determine whether an author I used to love had plummeted downhill recently or had just written one bad book When I read the also recent High Rhulain, I was happy to conclude the latter.This is poss As a teenager, I read every Redwall book I could get and bought the new ones as they came out I stopped fairly recently after Lord Brocktree but recently checked out the newest book, Eulalia, from a library I was so disappointed by it that I hardly dared try any of the others, but I did want to determine whether an author I used to love had plummeted downhill recently or had just written one bad book When I read the also recent High Rhulain, I was happy to conclude the latter.This is possibly not as good as some of the earlier Redwall books, but it has little or none of the awful cheesiness of Eulalia and contains muchof the good stuff accurate references to earlier ...