[Read] ➲ Martin the Warrior By Brian Jacques – Uroturk.info

Martin the Warrior Finally, The Long Awaited Tale Of Martin, The Warrior Mouse Of RedwallAs A Child, Martin Was Brought To The Stronghold Of Badrang The Tyrant, Forced Into Enslavement Behind Its Massive Walls But He Was Strong He Was Brave And Mere Escape Was Not His Plan As Long As His Father S Sword Rested In Badrang S Ruthless Fist


10 thoughts on “Martin the Warrior

  1. says:

    One of the things I came across when I was young and completely obsessed with Redwall was a quote from Brian Jacques, in the introduction to Redwall Friend and Foe where he stated, emphatically, Goodies are good I can t help thinking about that when I think about


  2. says:

    I think I will just find a blankie, and a corner to cry my heart out in.


  3. says:

    Martin the Warrior is probably one of the best Redwall books While the writing is decidedly clunky at best, you never notice once you get into the book Martin the Warrior has everything it has the drama, the sadness, the love and hate of The Lord of the Rings It al


  4. says:

    I hadn t thought of rereading these seriously until I realised that reading a childhood book was on the list for a reading challenge, and then my sister returned all my copies to make room on her shelves for her own books Then I thought, well, why not I remember tha


  5. says:

    This was the book that got me into fantasy, and fill in love with reading My teacher in grade school loved the story, and all my friends read the series So I gave it a try on audio, and felt in love with audio and this series This is my favorite book of the Redwall s


  6. says:

    This was extremely well written and entertaining I enjoyed it vastly.


  7. says:

    It s a long hard road ahead for you, little warrior Enjoy a happy day while you can Boldred, Martin the Warrior , P 267 Don t think about what you could have done, concentrate on what you plan to do it is useful Boldred, P 335 The ability of Brian Jacques to create an


  8. says:

    A classic, definitely one of the best Redwall stories out there Even if you ve never read a Redwall book, this one gets you started on one of the oldest and most important of the stories, centering on the great warrior mouse, Martin It may not be the first in the series


  9. says:

    These books are Chicken Soup For The Anthropomorphic Animal Loving Soul and I could not get enough of them Still comfortable nostalgia reads This made better use of the Redwall formula than most, partly because the semi sympathetic treatment of a couple of the vermin cha


  10. says:

    This was an excellent book to read over the Thanksgiving weekend There is plenty of feasting, song, and gratitude shown The first two are elements in all of the Redwall series For those unfamiliar with Brian Jacques, he writes an of an animal based world that brings memor


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