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  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Red Fox (Sept. 4 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1862301395
  • ISBN-13: 978-1862301399
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 19.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 299 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #95,164 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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Had received the Book years ago and Lost it. Glad to have been able to find another one. Story just as good as i remember it.
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By Corrine Borsellino on Aug. 9 2013
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Exactly what I wanted and sooner than expected delivery. I will be back. I loved these books as kid and now my son is excited to read them
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The archduke on April 28 2004
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"Mossflower" is the second book in the wide world of Brian Jaques and his warrior mice, badgers, otters and squirrels. This book provides the backstory of how Martin the Warrior came and saved Mossflower from the evil rule of the crazed wildcat Tsarmina. This is the story of the exiled woodlanders, not free to live in peace, because of the cruel wildcat rule. When the Warrior comes to them, he convinces them to fight for their freedom, instead of hiding out for the rest of their lives.
This is a sprawling adventure story, and I liked it more than "Redwall". The characters are all likeable, and the adventure is even larger, as Martin and his friends quest to Salamandaston, home of the great badger kings who once ruled Mossflower in peace and tranquility. There are battles aplenty here, and despite the young targeted audience, Jaques keeps up this spirit of war with lots of violence and bloodhsed. The theme of this book could be the courage of a few saving many, or the desire to fight for what one believes in.
This is a very good book, giving the history behind the creation of Redwall Abbey, and how its inhabitants came to the head of Mossflower woods. It also makes more sense of "Redwall", as we know more about the mouse that Matthias and the entire population of the Abbey revere and speak about as though legend.
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By General Pete on June 23 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This Tale is one of the first of first in the Redwall serise (chronologically that is)
Martian the Warrior has come out of the north looking for adventure. He finds the Mossflower woods groaning under the oppression of Old Lord Green eyes and his crazy daughter Zarmina. He gets together with some local woodlanders and they come up with a plan to bring the that empire down.
Good book, giving animals human characteristics is not wholly an original idea but Brian Jaquas does it exceedingly well. If you are thinking about reading this book to younger children don't(the good guys don't exactly win in all instances). There more then enough in the way of plot to also keep older audiences interested.
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By mel on March 8 2003
Format: Paperback
The main characters in 'Mossflower' are Martin (from 'Martin the Warrior'), Bella of Brockhall (Brockhall is a badger compound), Skipper (also known as Skip, he's the skipper of the otter crew), Lady Amber (the peaceful queen of the squirrels), Goffen Prince of mouse thieves (a good thief), Tsarmina (an evil wild cat Queen... the queen of Kotir) Gingivere (Tsarmina's brother but that of a kind and gentle heart) Ben and Goody Stickle (a hedgehog couple owning the four baby hedgehogs Spike, Posy, Ferdy and Coggs), Dinny (a young mole), Chibb (a red breast robin acting as a spy), Log-a-Log (a friendly shrew) and Boar the fighter (Bella's father) and the list goes on.
When I opened the front cover of this book on the first page there was a snippet from the book and here it is:

For a moment Martin's eyes meet those of Tsarmina's. His voice was clear and unafraid. "You should have killed me when you had the chance, because I vow that I will slay you one day."
The spell was broken. The guards hauled on the ropes, dragging Martin off to the cells. In the silence that followed, Tsarmina slumped in her chair and sniggered "A mouse kill me, indeed! He's hardly worth worrying about."

But boy was she wrong! In the rest of the book you are just enticed in the adventures from dancing crabs to stolen children, it is in the last and final chapters that Tsarmina is slain by a true warrior, it is also in these final chapters the most tense chapters that we find out weather our strong and heroic warrior's life is so close to being snuffed that you need a box of tissues. This is a book with such a long but exciting and action packed plot that it would take twenty pages to explain, it is hear dear friends that I take my leave...and leave you to this fantastic book of all emotions.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Brian Jacques did it aqain. Another incredible epic with the mouse or should I say mice that created Redwall. Although this wasn't as good as the first one it is still an awsome book. About an over grown cat that is trying to take over mossflower when along comes Martin. He is here to save the day. Like in all of the redwall series there is a riddle that must be solved so that some characters will go on a journey. There is something that Brian does to his books so that they never get boring. I can never put it down because I have to turn the page to see what happens next. I don't think that this books is for just kids like me but it is for evryone. That includes the adults too. So if you haven't bought and read this book yet do it right now because it is not a waste of money. You will never regret reading this daring tale!
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By A Customer on May 8 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
For those who have read Martin the Warrior, and want to know what happened to our hero as ,after losing the love of his life, walks off into the distance, this book is what you've been waiting for. Martin finds himself in the midst of a war to liberate Mossflower Country, His home to be,from the evil wildcat Tsarmina, who wants what all who are evil want: Plunder and Ultimate Power. Tsarmina, daughter of Verduaga Greeneye and niece of Ungatt Trunn, challenges Martin's Warrior Spirit, by threatening his new-found friends and the love that he will not allow to be taken away from him again. A truly marvelous story for the faithful Redwallers who love them.
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