Marlfox by Brian Jacques

January 26, 2010
By earthy_kat GOLD, Sebree, Kentucky
earthy_kat GOLD, Sebree, Kentucky
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Favorite Quote:
"My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend stopped running today." - Hazel from the book Watership Down (by Richard Adams).


In is this tale of valor and villainy,you will find yourself transported to the world of Redwall Abbey, a sanctuary inhabited by all sorts of creatures ranging from the smallest churchmouse to the biggest badger.

"Marlfox" is the tale of Song Swifteye and Dann Reguba, the children of mighty squirrel warriors, who find themselves taking on an adventure that will lead them away from the safety of their beds and out into the world beyond their precious Redwall.

It is their duty to return to the Abbey a tapestry stolen by the vile of the vile; the dreaded Marlfoxes, evil foxes whose fur is as dark as smoke and whose hearts are as hard as stone.

"Marlfox" is a truly wonderful piece of work that will have you trapped in its depths.In a mixture of humor and sadness,of bravery and treachury, "Marlfox" will have you on the edge of your seat.


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