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The Bellmaker Book ↠ 397 pages ¾ More than four seasons have passed since Mariel the Warriormouse and the rogue mouse Dandin set off from Redwall in search of adventure and Joseph the Bellmaker is worried Where is his beloved daughter? Joseph's answer comes to him in a dream and soon he's off accompanied by the intrepid Finnbarr Galedeep and the F accompanied by the intrepid Finnbarr Galedeep and the brave crew of the good ship Pearl ueen to save a kingdom and rescue Mariel But what's behind the riddle in the dream? Can Joseph guess its meaning and find his daughter before the dreaded Foxwolf Urgan N Methinks it's time for me to take a break from Redwall for a bit although this means I won't get all of the intra series references in the next bajillion books But there's only so much repetition I can take before I start wondering if I've actually read this one already Otters are scary but lovable check Rats are bad check Badgers are hell on wheels check There will be a sea voyage check There will be a tyrant who is cooked in his own pudding and good riddance check There will be a sadness at Redwall that is overcome by faith insomethingand a kick ass feast checkThe sad part about this particular book is that it does try to break some of its own molds there's a rat who is only bad via company and is actually kind of good at heart There's a mole who speaks without the strange Scottish rumble Jacues has decided moles have which I happen to like actuallyBut even in breaking the norms Jacues reinforces them The rat is good but really only because he's a bit dim even for a searat and he is good but can't truly be part of the community thus continuing to be outside and outcast albeit by his own choice And the mole is continually ragged on by his fellow characters and Jacues as narrator for being over educated and rather stuffy; he has exceeded his station and can be tolerated but must not be fully accepted as who he isAnd it being called The Bellmaker is a little odd considering Joseph is very much a background character I figured it would be about him and where he came from or something as Martin the Warrior or even Mariel of Redwall was But nope it's a dad searching for his warrior daughter who is not interesting but far prevalent than he isThe hares are better in this one though I like the haresSo it took me a long time to read because I just didn't care all that much which is sad because this one had some of the better characters of the last four or so of the series But they just didn't have the plot support Or the room to grow Or enough references to deeper'n'ever pie

Brian Jacques ë The Bellmaker Epub

Agru plunders the kingdom of Southsward? Can this be the end of Mariel the Warriormouse? The momentous uestions of this seventh epic in the Redwall series will hold a new audience of readers in its magical spell and captivate dedicated Redwall followers as we This is a great book and in my opinion can be enjoyed at many levels for all ages I have read every one of Brian Jacues books and am now on the second round of reading them Brian Jacues is sadly no longer with us so no wonderful tales of Redwall In this book Joseph the Bellmaker is visited in a dream by Martin the Warrior He is told to set off and find his missing daughter The book is full of action and adventure and of course a wicked enemy as always No spoilers If you are young at heart do try these delightful books

Ebook ☆ The Bellmaker ë Brian Jacques

The BellmakerMore than four seasons have passed since Mariel the Warriormouse and the rogue mouse Dandin set off from Redwall in search of adventure and Joseph the Bellmaker is worried Where is his beloved daughter? Joseph's answer comes to him in a dream and soon he's of All of the swashbuckling adventure that made Mariel of Redwall so much fun plus a bit of the moral complexity and friendship depth that made Outcast of Redwall so compellingIn my opinion only the first 8 Redwall books published are worth reading I pressed hopefully on through Lord Brocktree #13 but after Outcast each new title felt like a rehash of what Jacues had already written I've no idea if any of the later stories rose to new originalities