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Fiormuschiato (1988)

di Brian Jacques

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Serie: Redwall: Publication Order (2), Redwall: Chronological Order (3)

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Martin the warrior mouse and Gonff the mousethief set out to find the missing ruler of Mossflower, while the other animal inhabitants of the woodland prepare to rebel against the evil wildcat who has seized power.
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    1: La conquista dello scettro: romanzo di Stephen R. Donaldson (benfulton)
    benfulton: Roughly the same level of fantasy, but with much more malevolent evil. This recommendation is for a child who is ready to take their fantasy reading to the next level ;)
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This review is also featured on Behind the Pages: Mossflower

Tsarmina is a savage wildcat, ruling the castle of Kotir through cruelty and fear. And she seeks to enslave the creatures of Mossflower Woods. However, while the creatures of Mossflower may be kind and gentle, when threatened they will rise to defend what is theirs. But Tsarmina’s forces will overwhelm them unless help arrives. Martin the Warrior, Gonff the Mouse Thief, and Kinny the Mole embark on a quest to Salamandastron, where the badger Boar the Fighter resides. With his help, they hope to defeat Tsarmina and bring peace to Mossflower Woods.

Brian Jacques has created such an in-depth world, without over-explaining or over detailing anything. The way the world-building is woven into the main storyline is so well articulated. Each animal has their own culture brought into the story, down to even their favorite food and the habits they have as creatures of the woodlands. And there’s nothing quite like listening to a full cast narration of Mossflower. The voice actors did a fantastic job bringing the various accents and dialects to life. Each animal has their own way of speaking. Being able to hear it all increases the awareness of their different cultures. I highly recommend the full cast BBC audiobook.

The descent of madness portrayed in Mossflower was masterfully done. Brian Jacques carefully wove it into the plot, dropping subtle hints here and there, slowly building up the character’s downfall. As a reader, you won’t notice it at first. The habits the character begins with seem to be normal for them, even when they begin to show some questionable traits. Brian Jacques used the preconceived archetypes of the animal to make these reactions seem normal to the reader. And of course, the audiobook accented this descent into madness by allowing readers to hear the increase in volume, the cracking voice, and even the tics in dialogue the character began to develop.

Gonff was one of my favorite characters. The audiobook made his character shine as he broke out into song throughout his adventures with Martin and Kinny. His songs balanced the tone of the story and brought humor into the fold to break the tension. He was also such a jolly character. Even in the toughest of situations, he kept his head up and urged his friends to keep moving forward.

Brian Jacques shows the embodiment of friendship with the characters of Mossflower. It is such a humbling experience reading about their commitment to each other and the success of Mossflower Woods. It’s also written in a way that readers young and old will enjoy the story. This series is such a treasure, I encourage anyone who reads fantasy to pick it up. ( )
  Letora | Apr 19, 2022 |
I really love the Redwall Abbey books. Good for anyone who enjoys animals, adventure, and a quest to do what's right! ( )
  Bookslesstravelled | Apr 15, 2022 |
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 |
Case 15 shelf 2
  semoffat | Sep 1, 2021 |
I read this book in elementary school as well as many others in the series I could not get enough of them I don't exactly know why it hit me the way it did but it definitely sucked me into the fantasy genre of books where I have stayed for many years after. ( )
  teowarden | Aug 13, 2021 |
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Nome dell'autoreRuoloTipo di autoreOpera?Stato
Jacques, BrianAutoreautore primariotutte le edizioniconfermato
Canty, ThomasImmagine di copertinaautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Chalk, GaryIllustratoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Howell, TroyIllustratoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Keith, RonNarratoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
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Late autumn winds sighed fitfully round the open gatehouse door, rustling brown gold leaves in the fading afternoon.
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Mossflower lay deep in the grip of midwinter beneath a sky of leaden grey that showed tinges of scarlet and orange on the horizon.
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