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Brian Jacques has proved time and time again his ability to transport readers into a world of fantasy and adventure that many writers of adult books would love to emulate. The Long Patrol certainly proves the point yet again, but distinguishes itself by being perhaps the very best of all the Redwall books so far. Relying less and less on the old, familiar Redwall characters and more and more on the ingenuity and passion of younger blood, The Long Patrol will certainly win Jacques a fresh following while continuing to delight his existing army of fans. --Susan Harrison --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
A young hair named Tammo has dreamed of joining The Long Patrol ever since he was young. His father has not let him pursue his dream; for fear that he is not ready yet. Read morePublished on May 10 2002
this book is the best book i have ever read wot,wot? tammo as they call him runs away from his father with his mothers help to join the honerable long patrol and helps save redwall... Read morePublished on May 1 2002 by Lisa R Martin
This was by far our FAVORITE of all the books!!!
The best Redwall book ever:)
After reading The Long Patrol, we found out how hard it is to put down a good book! Read more
This was an Absojollylutely spiffing book. It was the best jolly old book i've ever read, wot wot. I say you should read this. Pip Pip wot wot and all that lot, sah.Published on April 11 2002
I say this was a spiffing novel. Brian Jaucques has absojollylutely outdone himself and did a top hole job, wot wot. Read morePublished on April 4 2002
Before the Taggerung came out this was my favourite Redwall novel - I've read it over 15 times! The action is great and the characters (some from pearls of lutra, which I read at... Read morePublished on March 19 2002 by firstname.lastname@example.org