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There s nor much I can say that has not already been said by other reviewers This book stands decently on its own so it can be read by nearly anyone, but foreknowledge of the Redwall world will definitely help with some of the details and references here A solid volume by an author who has consistently proven his merit in writing a fantasy world with animals. Great Redwall quest with heroes, villains, feasts and glutinous hares Amuses my children read aloud with bad accents 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. Was this a ghost writer Did he totally phone this one in It was ok, but not up to the usual Redwall standard You right bumbled this one, Brian Jacques. Another hit by Brian Jacques I love visiting Redwall Abbey time after time again Marlfox was one of my favorite Redwall stories as a kid This book was a little different the antagonist was not just one, but a whole group of villains brothers and sisters, all cruel and conniving Marmfloxes the Dibbuns call them As always, I enjoyed seeing previous characters in a whole new story Cregga Rose Eyes, Gurrbowl, Friar Butty, among others as well as meeting others The duo Dann and S Another hit by Brian Jacques I love visiting Redwall Abbey time after time again Marlfox was one of my favorite Redwall stories as a kid This book was a little different the antagonist was not just one, but a whole group of villains brothers and sisters, all cruel and conniving Marmfloxes the Dibbuns call them As always, I enjoyed seeing previous characters in a whole new story Cregga Rose Eyes, Gurrbowl, Friar Butty, among others as well as meeting others The duo Dann and Songbreeze are just wonderful Skipper of Otters was great and amazing, as always Hares are always a delight Marlfox s hare was named Florian, and quite a card he was I loved his relationship with the tiny infant Dwopple I didn t give this book five stars because to me it seemed like the ending was wrapped up way too fast, like Jacques just killed some of the villains too quickly at the end and, of course, some of the good guys, too Other than that, Marlfox was a delight to read Oh goody, another Redwall book where we get to spend 300 pages trying to distinguish what the various creatures are saying Can t any of the animals in this universe speak normally One or two characters with quirky speech is cute, but all of them Doesn t someone try to preserve the language in Redwall And while we re on the subject of continuity in this universe, why are always children at the Abbey but never any parents Like most of the other books in this series, Marlfox follows the same ol Oh goody, another Redwall book where we get to spend 300 pages trying to distinguish what the various creatures are saying Can t any of the animals in this universe speak normally One or two characters with quirky speech is cute, but all of them Doesn t someone try to preserve the language in Redwall And while we re on the subject of continuity in this universe, why are always children at the Abbey but never any parents Like most of the other books in this series, Marlfox follows the same old formula, making the entire plot highly predictable There s a war at the Abbey There s a riddle to be solved There s a war elsewhere, because if there aren t at least two wars, then what would be the point And as usual, there s lots of feasting for the good guys and back stabbing for the bad guys There s even a mousebabe because, apparently, they too have become a staple.Marlfox is particularly boring because it didn t feel like any of the characters on the quest for the tapestry learned or changed or grew in any way Instead, all the characters they met along the way seemed to do all the work Also, the final confrontation was woefully short, which makes all the build up to it seem pointless.Not the worst of the series, but far from the best Easily skip able you aren t missing much |DOWNLOAD EPUB ♬ Marlfox ♲ 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 Two characters in this book irritated me to no end Dwopple and his guardian I forget her name These are probably the first two characters that I actually despise in this entire series Other than that, the book was decent It was nice revisiting the nearly forgotten lake from some books back Something random I noticed I think this was the first book that mentioned almonds and raisins Just to throw that out there.. 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 Abbey A text to text connection is Song is mentioned in Taggerrung. 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