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Triss: A Novel of Redwall
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on March 18, 2004
Evil. Princess Kurda is a one of the most evil known. She has grown tired of using vegetables to practice her sword fighting on. Now she wants to use the slaves that are rebellious to practice her sword fighting moves.
Triss is the last book in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. It is the 16th book in that series. The characters in this book are all different. The villains are cruel and pitiless and the heroes are brave and courageous. This book has all kinds of different things in it. It has sword fighting, friends, enemies, attacks, captures and much more. The adventures in this series and book are interesting and they show all of the characters points of view in a story. They all have their own personalities. This makes the story a lot more enjoyable to read.
All of the characters in the Redwall Series are animals. My favorite animal out of all of the characters is the hare. They always say "Wot wot!" and "flipin" and "blinkin." The hares always make me laugh because they eat enormous amounts of food and then say it was a "little morsel of scoff". These books are hilarious and exciting at the same time. Brian Jacques is one of my favorite authors.
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on May 27, 2003
Triss is a book with adventure,excitement, and mystery! It captures the mind in a world where there is war, tyranny, and peace. In Triss the Abbey of Redwall plays a large part in this book and so does Salamandastron. This book is the newest editon to the Redwall series. Triss is a well written and great book that all should read.
In the latest Redwall series edition, called Triss, There are a few main characters. The first and most important is Triss. Triss is a strog-willed slave who is kept at a place called Riftgard. She is a young squirl who has a heroic destiny.
The second main character is called Sagax. He is the son of a Badger lord who is the king of Salamandastron. Him and two others, a Hare and an Otter. All three make a journey towards Redwall.
There are many other characters in the book but those are the main ones. The book Triss has many good qualities. It is a page turner that will really suprise you. I would recommend this book to anyone who has read any of the books or is starting.
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on December 13, 2002
I liked this book, and really think it should be rated more then four stars, but still less then five.
This book is about a slave squirrelmaid, Triss, who escapes her slavery (at Riftgard) with two other slaves, Shogg, the otter, and a molemaid, Welfo. They are just trying to escape fully so that someday they can go back and free all the rest of the slaves.
And then, at Salamandastron, the badger lord's son, Sagax, a warrior rabbit's son, Scarum, and a seaotter, Kroova, want to go on an adventure. They decide to try and find Redwall Abbey.
At Redwall Abbey, two Dibbuns (babies) 'escape' and go into the forest, and discover the long lost Brockhall ( the most ancient hall of the badger lords). Unfortunately, it is inhabited by three snakes (adders).
Meanwhile, the princess ferret, Kurda, wants to go find the escaped slaves who stole her fathers ship. Her brother, Bladd, goes with her (though he doesn't want to), with a bunch of Ratguards, as well as a shipfull of Freebooters, led by a silver fox.
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on December 13, 2002
This book is about a slave squirrelmaid, Triss, who escapes her slavery (at Riftgard) with two other slaves, Shogg, the otter, and a molemaid, Welfo. They are just trying to escape fully so that someday they can go back and free all the rest of the slaves.
And then, at Salamandastron, the badger lord�s son, Sagax, a warrior rabbit�s son, Scarum, and a seaotter, Kroova, want to go on an adventure. They decide to try and find Redwall Abbey.
At Redwall Abbey, two Dibbuns (babies) �escape� and go into the forest, and discover the long lost Brockhall ( the most ancient hall of the badger lords). Unfortunately, it is inhabited by three snakes (adders).
Meanwhile, the princess ferret, Kurda, wants to go find the escaped slaves who stole her fathers ship. Her brother, Bladd, goes with her (though he doesn�t want to), with a bunch of Ratguards, as well as a shipfull of Freebooters, led by a silver fox.
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on December 5, 2002
I;ve seen better books by Brian Jacques in the past. Although this has a deeper storyline the descriptions have gone downhill. Although this is a great book it can't compare to books like Mossflower or Lord Brocktree. I think you should think deeply before getting this book even if you want to have a complete collection of Redwall books. if you want to buy this game you should wait until it comes out in paperback.
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