Mariel of Redwall In the fourth volume of the epic Redwall saga a mouse ship is attacked by the pirate rat Gabool and his heinous band of cut throats Hapless voyagers Mariel and her father Joseph the Bellmaker are mer

  • Title: Mariel of Redwall
  • Author: Brian Jacques Gary Chalk
  • ISBN: 9780142302392
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the fourth volume of the epic Redwall saga, a mouse ship is attacked by the pirate rat Gabool and his heinous band of cut throats Hapless voyagers Mariel and her father Joseph the Bellmaker are mercilessly thrown into the sea by the pirates Mariel washes ashore, starved and near death, and is taken in by the hospitable inhabitants of Redwall Abbey Sure that her poorIn the fourth volume of the epic Redwall saga, a mouse ship is attacked by the pirate rat Gabool and his heinous band of cut throats Hapless voyagers Mariel and her father Joseph the Bellmaker are mercilessly thrown into the sea by the pirates Mariel washes ashore, starved and near death, and is taken in by the hospitable inhabitants of Redwall Abbey Sure that her poor father is dead, Mariel swears an oath of vengeance against the filthy pirates who killed her father With he help of a motley band of animals, Mariel leads the charge to recover a bell and avenge her father About the Author Brian Jacques was born in Liverpool, England, in 1939 Growing up on the docks of Liverpool, he attended St John s School He went on to work as a radio show host, playwright, longshoreman, lorry driver, folk singer and comedian prior to his career as a writer The father of two sons, Jacques enjoys walking his West Highland Terrier, Teddy and spends most of his time writing A new Redwall book is introduced once every year.

    Mariel of Redwall Redwall Wiki Brian Jacques and Northwest of Redwall, Greypatch lands in Mossflower Woods aboard the Darkqueen, and is hotly pursued by Garrtail aboard the Greenfang By dint of his superior tactics, Greypatch easily massacres the crew of the Greenfang and sets the ship itself ablaze Pakatugg spots the ship and follows the searat scouts, but is captured. Mariel of Redwall Mariel of Redwall Jacques Mariel is one of the great female protagonists of the Redwall Universe. Mariel of Redwall Redwall, by Brian Jacques Hapless voyagers Mariel and her father Joseph the Bellmaker are mercilessly thrown into the sea by the pirates Mariel washes ashore, starved and near death, and is taken in by the hospitable inhabitants of Redwall Abbey Sure that her poor Mariel of Redwall Redwall Series by Brian Jacques Up to sh backMar , Washed ashore, and suffering from memory loss, Mariel finds a home at Redwall Abbey And when she recalls what happened to her and her father, she sets off with three Mossflower companions to confront Gabool and make him pay for his crimes Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought Pearls of Lutra Redwall Series Mariel of Redwall Children s Books Wiki Fandom Mariel of Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in It is the fourth book in the Redwall series.

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    1. Brian Jacques Gary Chalk

      Brian Jacques pronounced jakes was born in Liverpool, England on June 15th, 1939 Along with forty percent of the population of Liverpool, his ancestral roots are in Ireland, County Cork to be exact.Brian grew up in the area around the Liverpool docks, where he attended St John s School, an inner city school featuring a playground on its roof At the age of ten, his very first day at St John s foreshadowed his future career as an author given an assignment to write a story about animals, he wrote a short story about a bird who cleaned a crocodile s teeth Brian s teacher could not, and would not believe that a ten year old could write so well When young Brian refused to falsely say that he had copied the story, he was caned as a liar He had always loved to write, but it was only then that he realized he had a talent for it.He wrote Redwall for the children at the Royal Wavertree School for the Blind in Liverpool, where as a truck driver, he delivered milk Because of the nature of his first audience, he made his style of writing as descriptive as possible, painting pictures with words so that the schoolchildren could see them in their imaginations He remained a patron of the school until his death.Brian lived in Liverpool, where his two grown sons, Marc, a carpenter and bricklayer, and David, a professor of Art and a muralist, still reside David Jacques work can be seen in Children s hospitals, soccer stadiums, and trade union offices as far away as Germany, Mexico, and Chile not to mention Brian s photo featured in most of his books.Brian also ran a weekly radio show on BBC Radio Merseyside, until October 2006, where he shared his comedy and wit, and played his favourites from the world of opera he was a veritable expert on The Three Tenors.When he was wasn t writing, Brian enjoyed walking his dog Teddy , a white West Highland Terrier, and completing crossword puzzles When he found time he read the works of Mario Puzo, Damon Runyon, Richard Condon, Larry McMurty, and P.G Wodehouse He was also known to cook an impressive version of his favourite dish, spaghetti and meatballs.Sadly, Brian passed away on the 5th February 2011.

    554 thoughts on “Mariel of Redwall”

    1. I have read this book before, but it still enchants me This was the first Redwall book that I ever picked up I had heard that it was about mice, and I didn t want to read it Then one day, I was soooooo bored that I picked it up and was enthralled, but was reprimanded for reading this one first, and so I took Redwall out from the library It got better and better I love these books This is about Mariel and how she hunts down Gabool the Wild, in return for his imprisoning her and her father Brian J [...]


    2. This was frightfully enjoyable As of such, according to the logical nature of the good ol world, I enjoyed it Actually, I enjoyed it a great deal.The humor, battles, characters, and adventures were all vigorously delightful Nevertheless, my favourite part is almost definitely the different dialects of the assorted animals British English is so much enjoyable than American English.


    3. rip brian jacques So tough to choose a favorite from the Brian Jacques vault While I am delighted to discover that there are yet a few books in the Redwall series that I haven t read, it saddens me to know that I ll never get to be a child eagerly awaiting the newest release in an ongoing saga of Martin the warrior and the peace loving woodland inhabitants of the abbey I no longer have the letter Mr Jacques wrote in response to a third grade assignment in which I had to write 5 fanmail letters t [...]


    4. I m giving all these books a 4, because they basically GOT me hooked on fantasy I think I read all of these in elementary school, and still have fond memories floating around The rad legendary weapons, with the channels etched in for blood flow, which i found super hardcore The foods, the booze, honey mead and apple wine or whatever Come to think of it, these books might also be a little responsible for my alcoholism, too.


    5. I had reached for the Redwall series as a break from a lot of dark fiction I had been reading recently I found the experience was like climbing into my old playroom At first it s warm and homey and all of my friends are there But then I realize that I ve basically played out all my old games and things are complicated than hare, good sea rat, bad So I will rate it as my childhood self might have and move on to other things.


    6. I absolutely loved Grub He was a hilarious little scamp He made the entire book for me Mariel was also quite a pleasing character with plenty of growth and sass.


    7. Are there any good books about Mariels I once found an e book online didn t read it The excerpt was bad enough about a woman with my whole name who sleeps with her boss That doesn t count She was pathetic I was googling myself I shouldn t do that Shit I posted at 17 is still around I m worried about e books soiling my name I wished I d read this as a kid it came out in 1990 or 1991 I was still young enough I would have loved a heroine with my own name Instead I had to put up with Ariel from The [...]


    8. This book I will always keep dear to my heart The day my mom bought this for me was the same day that a certain infamous Brian Jacques was having a book signing not too far away from my middle school That s right, my copy is signed my the big man himself I was in sixth grade at the time and I believe that while I was waiting in line, I took a spare piece of paper and created a mouse in a boat awful quality, but 3D nonetheless When I got up to the front of the line, he took one look at me and sai [...]


    9. I ve discovered that I tend to go to Brian Jacques books after I read something that I find really dumb cough Divergent series cough Brian Jacques was just an incredibly masterful story teller and his characters are always interesting and you can t help but care about them I particularly liked the relationship between Dandin and Mariel how they are partners in crime without being romantically linked I do also admire the fact that Jacques always manages to make the point that violence is not some [...]


    10. This book was alright.I liked it near the end.So like the last book.If it wasn t for thatI would ve gave it two.You can t put two and a half on ,so I gave it three stars.


    11. i loved this whole series magical than babysitters club, but also realistic descriptions and amazing adventure set.


    12. This was my first trip to Redwall Abbey and I cannot imagine a comfortable place I have heard that this series is A Song of Ice and Fire with animals and, with the incessant deaths, including some beloved characters, and lines like Behind him in the swift running weed streaked waters of the ford, the bodies of the three who had made it to the water bounced and bobbed in a grotesque parody of life, though it was only the ripping jaws of the pike shoal which moved them I can understand the compar [...]


    13. This may so far be one of my favorites in the Redwall series Mariel is a mousemaid with fierce determination to find her father and avenge their capture and torture at the hands of the evil rat ruler, Gabool the Wild, after she is thrown to sea and left for dead She s lucky enough to find her way to Redwall Abbey where she instantly finds friends and companions in Dandin the mouse, Durry the hedgehog and Tarquin the hare from Salamandastron Together they set out on a perilous journey to Terramor [...]


    14. Another dark tale from the Redwall series, this one a little solid with of a structure throughout than some of the earlier books.


    15. FEISTY MISS ON A MISSION OF MAYHEM As other reviewers have adequately described the engaging plot of this delightful adventure, 4 in the amazing REDWALL series, I will limit my review to a list of the usual, captivating elements of the author s style which I have noted in this fabulous series Certain animal species have their own British regional, or slang accents, which is clever but challenging to read However, the meanings become intelligible when the dialogue is read aloud An Excellent map [...]


    16. I know they re really childrens books but when the news is full of awful stories and that helpless feeling starts creeping in around the edges, I have never yet found a heartier comfort read than the Redwall series I ve recently unearthed some of my old collection and have been rationing it out cautiously a page or two each night, remembering how carefully I used to make these last when space was limited and books were precious and heavy.Mariel of Redwall was actually the first Redwall book I ev [...]


    17. Three and a half stars would most definitely be a strong possibility for this work If ever a writer were to be called truly magnificent, I think that Brian Jacques would have to be the one As he has done again and again over the years without missing a beat, he has once crafted an astonishing masterpiece in Mariel of Redwall Suffused with endlessly exciting adventure, glowing romanticism and breathtakingly gilded language of a rare beauty that shines in only the most wondrous of novels, we are [...]


    18. Mariel, Mariel, Mariel You badass, you excellent hero you She is great, isn t she I read this under the desk in middle school and I adored every minute of it And she didn t fall in love with Dandin They were friends, really good friends, best friends who were so close and didn t fall in love Stories where that happens, I can count on one hand It was such a delight for my non romantic can we just get the inevitable kissing bits over with self to have a girl hero being tough and awesome and having [...]


    19. I would say really good The author Brian Jacques is a real good storyteller The story is about a mouse name Mariel who is thrown out to the sea by an evil sea rat king named Gabool the wild.When Mariel is washed up on a beach, and has no memory of herself or her past Therefore she calls herself storm and carries around a knotted rope witch she calls Gullwacker when she finds herself in Redwall her memory comes back to her, and she made an oath that she will have revenge on Gabool for killing her [...]


    20. This was given to me for my birthday when I was 8 and it took me a while to get around to picking it up But once I did I was genuinely sucked into the world of Redwall and spent a good part of the next four years reading Jacques s series in a very higgledy piggledy fashion because I was too impatient to wait for other library users and read them in order.This installment features a cool butt kicking heroine packaged in the form of a tiny mouse and an old fashioned pseudo medieval epic adventure [...]


    21. I really enjoyed this 4th book in the Redwall seriese only complaint that I do have is that I felt like the story focused on Mariel quite a bit less on her father, Joseph wish that the story had focused on him as well It just felt like I got a little glimpse of Joseph as a character at the beginning of the book at the very end of the story, but felt like right smack dab in the middle, it was like he completely disappeared This was still a good read for me am glad that I am taking the time to slo [...]


    22. Somewhat perfunctory girl hero Jacques epic I think this one was about the Joseph Bell mythos hinted at in the prior books Also pirates Started the trend of all subsequent Redwall books by taking place chronologically in between Mossflower and Redwall or was there one about Martin s pre Mossflower past I can t recall any, but he had to wander out of somewhere.


    23. Another great book in the the Redwall series this book is of mystery than the others When the mousemaid Mariel finds her way to Redwall it seems that Martin the Warrior s spirit has been awoken once


    24. See my comment on The Long Patrol One in the Redwall series It ll give you an idea what I think about the series I loved this one, too if you have time to kill, and want to enjoy a kid s novel here you go you ll thank me


    25. I will here admit to being a fan girl Brian Jacques Redwall books actually float my boat big time It s just the rightness of them The man was brilliant.



    26. Another great Redwall tale, this one just as good as the first I would recommend these books to anyone who loves a good adventure with memorable characters.


    27. Mariel and her father Joseph the Bellmaker are captured by sea rats Gabool the Wild the captain separate wants Joseph to give the bell to him but he disagrees Without Joseph knowing, Gabool throws Mariel overboard with a rock attached to her in attempt to drown her but she lives and finally drifts to land while holding a big piece of driftwood She tries to survive but the island is lizard inhabited and lacks of much water Part of the Long Patrol saves her and brings her to Redwall Abbey, known f [...]


    28. Basically, take the parts of Mattimeo that called for improvement, and Mariel of Redwall nailed them The character development in Mariel of Redwall is just plain better Although we run into another three way storyline situation like in Mattimeo Mariel and co to Bladegirt, Redwall and Graypatch, Gabool at Terramort , I did not feel as if any one storyline was irrelevant My favorite part s of Mariel of Redwall was that you had two characters in particular, Mariel and Gabool, who actually felt some [...]


    29. I wish I had time to read this book As soon as I started reading this book, it was the last few days of school, meaning I would soon have to return it I tried so hard to finish it, and I made it to part 3 I only got this book a week before my birthday, close to the end of summer and finished it in no time even though I reread a lot of what I already read I absolutely adore Redwall Just like all the other books in the series, this one had adventure, travel, and sadness But these books won,to sto [...]


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