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by David Elliot,Brian Jacques

eBook High Rhulain (Redwall) download ISBN: 0399242082
Author: David Elliot,Brian Jacques
Publisher: Philomel Books; 1st edition (September 22, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1478 kb
Fb2: 1469 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Brian Jacques always has intertwined other characters from other books and times into his stories which makes the reader want more.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Brian Jacques always has intertwined other characters from other books and times into his stories which makes the reader want more.

For other uses, see High Rhulain (disambiguation). Book 1: The Forgotten Tome. Book 2: The Fool of the Sea. Book 3: Across the Western Sea. The story follows the journey of a young ottermaid named Tiria Wildlough, born and raised in Redwall Abbey

For other uses, see High Rhulain (disambiguation). The story follows the journey of a young ottermaid named Tiria Wildlough, born and raised in Redwall Abbey. Tiria was the daughter of Banjon Wildlough, the Skipper of otters. Martin the Warrior and High Queen Rhulain Wildlough appeared to her in a dream, saying the otters of Green Isle needed her assistance and leadership.

High Rhulain is a children's fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. It is the 18th book in the Redwall series

High Rhulain is a children's fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 2005. It is the 18th book in the Redwall series. The novel begins with Riggu Felis, wildcat warlord of Green Isle, and his two sons, Jeefra and Pitru, attempting to kill an osprey, later known to be Pandion Piketalon. Riggu scorns his sons' attempts to kill the osprey and jumps into the fray himself, attempting to scare it into submission

Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool in 1939. His first name was actually James, but because his father and one of his brothers were also called James, he was known as Brian. As a child, he loved to read adventure stories.

Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool in 1939. His favourites were books like King Solomon’s Mines by H. Rider Haggard, Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson and The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. He left school aged fifteen, to seek adventure as a merchant sailor, and many of the colourful characters he met on his voyages ended up appearing in the Redwall books in mouse form

Title : High Rhulain: A Tale from Redwall. It may have a minor bump or bruise Brian Jacques Lives in Liverpool, England. David Elliot Lives in New Zealand. Все объявления по этому товару.

Title : High Rhulain: A Tale from Redwall. It may have a minor bump or bruise. Minor cover or page wear/markings may be present as signs of previous use. The pages are slightly stained or discolored, but not excessive. Продавец:goodwillorlando (177750)99,5% положительных отзывовСвязаться с продавцом. Brian Jacques Lives in Liverpool, England.

Eulalia! Illustrated by DAVID ELLIOT. Brian Jacques; illustrated by David Elliot. A division of Penguin Young Readers Group. Published by The Penguin Group. p. cm. Summary: On his way to invade Redwall Abbey, vicious and tyrannical Captain Vizka Longtooth captures Gorath, the brave young badger whose predicted destiny is to become the next Badger Lord.

Brian Jacques’ Redwall series also takes readers into a world of adventure and the unexpected but all within a safely . High Rhulain (Redwall Series by Brian Jacques, David Elliot (Illustrator)

Brian Jacques’ Redwall series also takes readers into a world of adventure and the unexpected but all within a safely constructed framework and a huge anthropomorphic cast. Brian Jacques, beloved British author of the Redwall series of books, passed away on Feb. 5 at the age of You can read a brief bio about. onlyjoyreturns: Rest In Peace Brian Jacques. High Rhulain (Redwall Series by Brian Jacques, David Elliot (Illustrator). Tiria Wildlough, a young ottermaid touched by the paw of destiny, embarks on a journey to the mysterious Greene Isle. There, she joins a band of outlaw otters to rid the land of the villainous Wildcat chieftain Riggu Fellis.

Brian Jacques continues introducing us to new corners of the Redwall universe. High Rhulain Author: Brian Jacques Pages: 341 High Rhulain is another book of the Redwall series, written by Brian Jacques. This time it's faraway Green Isle, ancestral home of the otter clans, a land of legend to the denizens of Redwall Abbey, who aren't sure the place exists. But exist it certainly does, and much of the action in High Rhulain is set there. 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.

Martin the Warrior and High Queen Rhulain Wildlough appeared to her in a dream, saying the otters of Green Isle needed her assistance and leadership.

Summary (part 1 of 2): The story follows the journey of a young ottermaid named Tiria Wildlough, born and raised in Redwall Abbey. After deciphering and scouring the Abbey for many clues with Old Quelt, Sister Snowdrop, Abbess Lycian, Brinty, Tribsy, and Girry, Tiria learned through another dream that she had to leave on her own, so she headed to Log-a-Log Urfa's encampment along with her father and Brink Greyspoke.

Salamandastron by Brian Jacques 5th book in the Redwall series. David Elliot - from High Rhulain (Redwall). Mouse Pictures Pet Mice Fantasy Dragon Book People Animal Books Book Writer Weird Fruit Reading Quotes Cute Illustration. Brian Jacques and his books. The home site of Redwall author Brian Jacques, with an active Redwall fans forum in addition to the Redwall giftshop. Brian Jacques has an extensive fantasy series with animal characters that starts with the book Redwall. I have not finished the series but have enjoyed the first that I've read. The Official Red Wall Site.

The otters of Green Isle have long been enslaved to the Wildcat Riggu Felis and his catguards, who torture the otters at every opportunity. The otters trudge on, waiting 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. But 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. . . .The latest tale of Redwall from New York Times bestselling writer Brian Jacques is an empowering story of adventure and heroism sure to keep readers riveted through the final page.
Comments: (7)
from earth
Another one of Brian Jacques' masterpieces, right up there with Lord Brocktree, Taggerung, and Legend of Luke. As with all of his masterpieces, prepare for your eyes to tear up and your heart to soar, sometimes all at once. This wonderful story includes elements of Cinderella (Tiria,) King Arthur (Corriam/Rhulain) and Robin Hood (Leatho Shellhound) and is still somehow greater than the sum of those beloved tales. Travel to the Green Isle, possibly the most beautiful location in Brian Jacques' world, and there meet determined outlaws under the iron paws of their wildcat overlords. You will find yourself cheering out loud for Leatho as he leads the cats on many a merry dance, with the help of Kolun Galedeep and Banya Streamdog. The rousing song the clans sing when the long-awaited High Rhulain returns will steal your heart. This book is a beautiful masterpiece that will be finished far too soon but never really leave your heart.
Ahieones
My son listens to this over and over. It is done very nicely with different voices and music.
Silly Dog
A typical novel of Redwall, High Rhulain is a great read, particularly for anyone who has enjoyed the Redwall series in the past. I only give it four stars because I don't think it was particularly unique among the series. It doesn't stand out, but I suspect I will still read and enjoy it again in a few years.
Kefrannan
The first books in the world of Redwall are masterful works of fantasy storytelling. The latter books may as well have been written from a recipe-- but it's a pleasant recipe, warm and comforting (if not especially filling). High Rhulain is not a particularly exciting dish, but it may brighten your mood on a day when you are feeling glum and in need of something familiar--something that feels like home.
Jwalextell
this books is with the rest of the book to be read
Kann
I play it while I'm doing my work at my desk
Qwne
Love the series
a good story from a great author