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Lord Brocktree: A Tale from Redwall af Brian…

Lord Brocktree: A Tale from Redwall (udgave 2005)

af Brian Jacques

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Lord Brocktree : a tale of Redwall by Brian Jacques (2000)
Titel:Lord Brocktree: A Tale from Redwall
Forfattere:Brian Jacques
Info:Firebird (2005), Paperback, 384 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek

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Lord Brocktree af Brian Jacques


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I first read the Redwall books years ago and I still enjoy them when I recently re-read them. I love the world building and the creativity with which these animals were anthropomorphized. The level of description is really well done and very detailed. So adventurous and so very entertaining. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
I had a little trouble getting into this one when I was younger but it did finally catch on and I couldn't put it down ( )
  teowarden | Aug 13, 2021 |

Since this book does have split storylines that connect in the end, I will just sum the story up as a whole. Lord Brocktree is mostly about a badger named, you guessed it, Lord Brocktree. The first branch of the story is about an old badger named Stonepaw, who rules the mountain Salamandastron. As most of the young hares have left in search of adventure, there is none to defend it but Lord Stonepaw and the older fighting hares. Seeing this weakness, Ungatt Trunn, a wildcat, decides to take Salamandastron with the massive army he commands. Lord Stonepaw is soon overpowered and retreats to the secret cellars of the mountain, where they hide until they find a way to sneak out. Fortunately they do before they starve, as there was no food in that cellar, but Lord Stonepaw had to sacrifice himself to give his remaining hares the time to escape. The hares escape the mountain and meet an otter clan who help them try to starve out the army that took Salamandastron. The second branch is about Lord Brocktree, who meets a young haremaid named Dotti. Both creatures are headed for Salamandastron. They soon meet an otter named Ruff and he joins their party on the journey to the mountain. Ruff helps them traverse the land even faster by using a boat. After traveling for a while they meet a mole family who let them stay and eat for a while. One of the sons, Gurth, joins their group. After traveling a little longer, they come across a baby hedgehog stuck in the water with a pike coming towards it. Ruff wrestles the pike until they can rescue the baby hedgehog. After meeting the shrews, who had also seen the baby in the water but couldn't do anything about it, the shrews all decided to join Lord Brocktree and help him on his quest. They then met the cast of the third branch of the story. The third branch of the story is about a hare scout sent out by Lord Stonepaw to gather more troops before Ungatt Trunn attacked. He met a tribe of squirrels who decided to help him gather an army. They found out about a small kingdom of hares from an owl and met a rabble of hedgehogs along the way. They then met the second branch's group when they were looking for the hare kingdom. They found the hare kingdom, beat the king and gained the hare army. They then went to Salamandastron where they met the first branch's group and joined forces to defeat Ungatt Trunn. They then had a massive battle and Lord Brocktree beat Ungatt Trunn. Lord Brocktree became ruler of Salamandastron.

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Lord Brocktree was a great read, I definitely enjoyed it. All the characters were well done, and the dialogue was very well written. The great amount of different dialects spoken by all of the different animals is very cool. I always liked the badgers, so having an entire book all about one is awesome. Lord Brocktree was a really great main character. The villain was not the best though. I would definitely reccomend to anyone looking for a fun read. ( )
  LoganD.B4 | Mar 28, 2019 |
Lord Brocktree is a fantastic book. He used creativity. It shows friendship and courage. It is also full of adventure. I strongly recommend this book! ( )
  chenp16 | Jun 23, 2010 |
Brian Jacques is back with one of his best books in Lord Brocktree. Hitting every note in your heart with tales of friendship and the struggles of battle, he shows just what can happen if you really set your mind to it.
  Mrs.Williams | Feb 26, 2010 |
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I am the Teller of Tales,
Gaze into the fire with me,
For I know of the Badger Lords,
And their mountain, by the sea.
'Tis of a fearsom warrior,
Full of fate and destiny,
Who followed dreams, along strange paths,
Unknown to such as we.
The Badger Lord was fearless,
As all who followed him knew,
And the haremaid he befriended,
Why, she was as young as you!
But no less bold or courageous,
Full of valor and strong of heart,
Aye, young 'uns like you, good and true,
My stand to take their part.
So here is my story, may it bring
Some smiles, and a tear or so,
It happened, once upon a time,
Far away, and long ago.
Outside the night wind keens and wails,
Come listen to me, the Teller of Tales.
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Loneliness was everywhere.
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