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Paperback The Bellmaker : A Tale from Redwall Book

ISBN: 0142400300

ISBN13: 9780142400302

The Bellmaker : A Tale from Redwall

(Book #7 in the Redwall Series)

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New York Times bestselling author Brian Jacques masterfully recounts more woodland adventures in the seventh epic in the Redwall series It has been four seasons since Mariel, the warrior-mouse daughter of Joseph the Bellmaker, and her companion, Dandin, set off from Redwall to fight evil in Mossflower. Nothing has been heard of them since. Then one night, in a dream, the legendary Martin the Warrior comes to the Bellmaker with a mysterious message...

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Eulaliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! (That Means It Was Good)

Amazing! This book was even better than Redwall and the Outcast of Redwall! It has everything you could expect from a Redwall novel: Evil, Action, Adventure, Humor, and Mouthwatering Food. The plot is as follows: Mariel and Dandin, along with a new friend called Major Meldrums, are in serious trouble. They were caught while resisting the evil Foxwolf, Urgan Nagru, his mate Silvamord, and their hordes. So, when Martin the Warrior visits Joseph, Mariel's father, in a dream, and tells him to help Mariel along with four other Redwallers, Joseph sets out immediately. The Redwall Rescue Team makes a new friend in Finnbar, a sea otter, who steals his old ship back from searats. They journey to Southsward, the beautiful land that Foxwolf has taken over. There they encounter toads, warrior hedgehogs, and (gasp) Foxwolf. Can they save Mariel, Dandin, and Meldrums in time? Read the book to find out. I recommend this book to Redwall readers, fantasy readers, and just plain readers.

The Bellmaker

Online Book Review The Bellmaker is one of ten books in the Redwall series. Joseph, the Bellmaker, is the main character. He has a daughter Mariel that he hasn't seen for a year. Mariel is off with her friend Dandin, they are both warriors. Mariel and Dandin came across a castle one day, that was once owned by King Gael. It had been taken over by Urgan Nagru, the foxwolf, and Silvermold. They had hords of rats with them and they basically took over everything. Mariel and Dandin would do anything to rid of the Foxwolf, and his wife, but they didn't have enough people to defeat them. While this was going on, the Bellmaker had a dream. In his dream Martin the Warrior, the best warrior in Redwall's history, said that the Bellmaker must gather four certain people from Redwall and go Southward. He had know idea what this meant, but he had to do as he was told. It was an old legend that Martin appears in your dreams that something was wrong. Nobody would dare to disobey Martin. Little did the Bellmaker know that he would meet many warriors on the way to Southward, and even more important, Southward was where his daughter was, and these warriors would come with him to join he and his daughter to battle Urgan Nagru. I wont tell the ending, because I haven't finished the book myself. All I can say is that so far, it is one of the best books I've ever read!


Hello My name is Heidi and I want to tell you a little about this book. The Bellmaker was a great book. This book is a fictoin book about a badger,a mole and a mouse. All 3 of them form a army of different animals that all get along in the battles they fight for land or a place to live. They travel by boat and walk on land. The reson I liked this book is because it had a lot of adventure. I would recommend this book to ANY ONE who likes to feel like they are with the charectors in the book. THIS BOOK WAS A GREAT BOOK! PLEASE READ IT! YOU WILL LOVE IT!

My Favorite of All!

The Bellmaker is my favorite Tale of Redwall! These books are some of the best I've ever read and The Bellmaker is absolutely no exception! Action, Adventure, Humor, this book's got them all! If you are a fan of Redwall or you simply enjoy a good book then you simply have to read The Bellmaker, you'll be glad you did!

Nothing said about this book can do it justice!

I loved this book! I have read all of them and I have to say, I think this is the best one of all! The character development is excellent and you feel as if you know everybody even if you haven't read any of the others. Truly, an amazing feat. This is also one of the only books that was able to make me cry, and believe me, that's a big task. Everyone should read this book, especially if they want to get into the series.
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