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The Bellmaker By Brian Jacques The Bellmaker 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 si

  • Title: The Bellmaker
  • Author: Brian Jacques
  • ISBN: 9780142400302
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Bellmaker By Brian Jacques 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 Clearly, Mariel and Dandin are in grave danger JosephIt 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 Clearly, Mariel and Dandin are in grave danger Joseph and four Redwallers set off at once to aid them As they push over land and sea, they cannot know the terrible threats they face Will the Bellmaker and his companions arrive in time to help Mariel and Dandin
    The Bellmaker By Brian Jacques

    The Bellmaker The Bellmaker A Novel of Redwall Jacques, Brian The Bellmaker fairly boils over with passion, intrigue, and adventure A true page turner, the heat is immediately turned to high, and never cools until the close of the very last chapter. The Bellmaker Redwall, by Brian Jacques Jun , The Bellmaker, written by Brian Jacques, is part of the Redwall series This book is about Joseph the Bellmaker trying to find his daughter and her companion The protagonists are Joseph the Bellmaker, Mariel, Joseph s daughter and Warriormaid of Redwall, and Dandin, Mariel s companion. The Bellmaker Redwall Wiki Fandom The Bellmaker Redwall Series by Brian Jacques, Allan Feb , New York Times bestselling author Brian Jacques masterfully recounts 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. The Bellmaker Brian Jacques Product Description At Redwall Abbey, a cryptic dream warned Joseph the Bellmaker that his daughter was in grave danger Thus began an epic quest that would take Joseph and a courageous band of Redwallers across land and sea to help Mariel Where a vicious Foxwolf and his bloodthirsty rat hordes have claimed the kingdom as their own.

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    1. Amy on said:

      I m a little fuzzy on all the details, but I know I adored this book Mariel, Dandin, and Mariel s father were all so dear to me.Instead of trying to recall details about the book, I m gonna write a little something to Mr Jacques may he rest in peace Dear Brian Jacques,I only ever met you once in my lifetime You came to a book signing at Third Place Books in Seattle a long, long time ago I remember you saying, I love book signings kids waiting in line for you to scribble on their new books Hahaha [...]

    2. Josiah on said:

      This book is at the same time one of the singularly most beautiful stories I have ever read, and one of the most original and humorous I can t explain how author Brian Jacques is able to turn out bold, mysterious, resounding and completely wonderful stories every time he takes pen to page, but The Bellmaker easily rivals any of the other classics that he has created The depth and shining beauty of the writing is unsurpassed in all of literature, in my opinion it is romantic and entertaining and [...]

    3. Joseph Leskey on said:

      This was very much enjoyable All the tangled plot was very fun, as was the assorted dialects, naturally.

    4. Tim Man on said:

      The Bellmaker, written by Brian Jacques, is part of the Redwall series This book is about Joseph the Bellmaker trying to find his daughter and her companion The protagonists are Joseph the Bellmaker, Mariel, Joseph s daughter and Warriormaid of Redwall, and Dandin, Mariel s companion The antagonists are Urgan Nagru, the Foxwolf, and Silvamord, his mate Joseph doesn t know where Mariel and Dandin are, and it s been four seasons since they left Abbot Saxtus and the Redwallers have no clue either T [...]

    5. Jen on said:

      Methinks it s time for me to take a break from Redwall for a bit, although this means I won t get all of the intra series references in the next bajillion books But there s only so much repetition I can take before I start wondering if I ve actually read this one already Otters are scary but lovable check Rats are bad check Badgers are hell on wheels check There will be a sea voyage check There will be a tyrant who is cooked in his own pudding and good riddance check There will be a sadness at R [...]

    6. Huisung Park on said:

      Mariel and her friend Dandin go off into mossflower woods to fight the evil vermin that are under the rule of Foxwolf Urgan Nagru and his mate Silvamord They meet a hedghog Bowly Pintips, a hare that calls himself Field Marshal Meldrum Fallowthorn the Magnificient and his four nephews So they go onward towards Castle Floret and tries to help free Gael Squirrelking from Foxwolf Urgan Nagru there they meet Rab Streambattle and his mate Iris Streambattle with their army and attacks Castle Floret bu [...]

    7. Leila on said:

      This is a great book and in my opinion can be enjoyed at many levels for all ages I have read every one of Brian Jacques books and am now on the second round of reading them Brian Jacques is sadly no longer with us so no wonderful tales of Redwall In this book Joseph the Bellmaker is visited in a dream by Martin the Warrior He is told to set off and find his missing daughter The book is full of action and adventure and of course a wicked enemy as always No spoilers If you are young at heart do [...]

    8. LeonaCarstairs on said:

      What a wonderful tale, full of talking animals I had to say bye bye to it when I used it to bargain with my sister I wanted her Lord of the Rings box set and so I had to give her 10 books for it sigh But that box set sure looks nice on my shelf

    9. Gus on said:

      This book is very exciting The journey begins with Mariel and Dandin while they are travelling the land of Southward While they are on their journey they meet a new companion named Bowly Shortly afterwards they are captured by the evil troops led by the foxwolf Urgan Nagru and his mate Silvamord They are taken to Castle Floret which was stolen from the king and his wife by the evil pair a couple seasons earlier On the other side of Mossflower Joseph the Bellmaker is told that Mariel is in troubl [...]

    10. Sarah on said:

      Retracing my steps through the Redwall books that I read the least as a child has been really interesting This book, along with the two directly before and after, definitely changed since last I read it The Southsward story, which I thought I remembered the most, was much darker than I remember, what with the traumatization of Muta and Rab and the fact that Glokkpod actually does abandon the crew It s a bit too reminiscent of the Terramort story from the last book for my taste I think Jacques be [...]

    11. Elizabeth on said:

      As much as I dislike Mariel of Redwall, The Bellmaker the sequel to Mariel is probably one of the better books in the series It has that nice focus that Martin the Warrior had, despite its many characters and viewpoints, and the typical Irrelevant Redwall Sideplot was made interesting by the inclusion of a good vermin, Blaggut.Blaggut is one of the only vermin characters in the series that is a friend to the Redwallers There are a couple of others, but he s the one that stands out the most to m [...]

    12. Abby on said:

      I was missing Redwall and Brian Jacques so much It s been years since the Rogue Crew and I hadn t read one since Reading The Bellmaker again was the perfect cure for my nostalgia.This is classic Redwall fare We have wandering warriors, hungry hares, cutthroat pirates, sea faring adventurers, mysterious prophecies, evil tyrants, vermin hordes, guerrilla shrews, berzerker badgers, a convergence of heroes and villains and armies for battle, sumptuous feasts, the battle of good and evil, the power o [...]

    13. Ben.c on said:

      I m on page 66 and a rabbit named Meldrum has showed up and helped Mariel, a warrior from Redwall, defeat some vermin I predict that Mariel and Meldrum wil help others on the island defeat the big group of vermin that the smaller group came from because the others on the island are all ready planning something and one of the islanders has had a dream about Mariel.12 5 10 pg.125So far Mariel, Meldrum, and Dandin, another warrior from Redwall, have been captuered by Urgan Naguru, the foe, and are [...]

    14. Richard Houchin on said:

      The Redwall books ought to be a perennial children s favorite They are simple and formulaic, but it s a good formula Jacques has a real gift for dialect, and culinary descriptions I credit an early fascination with the Redwall stories for my modern day feats of gastronomic delight Salad anna scone

    15. Devin on said:

      This was my first Redwall book As an eager 5th grader, I gobbled it up in just under twelve days I ve been hooked to the series ever since I read it again not long ago, and it was just as good as I remember.

    16. Hazel on said:

      One of my favorite child hood fantasy series I still love it and occasionally pick one out to read for a light and easy novel I have read the series many times.

    17. Caroline on said:

      In the seventh book in the Redwall series by Jacques, the reader gets to revisit old friends on a new adventure The focus of the story is on Mariel and Dandin, after they ve left Redwall in search of new adventures themselves Along the way they are swept up in the battle to free Southsward from the evil Urgan Nagru Foxwolf and his vixen mate, Silvamord, who overthrew Gael Squirrelking and his family and took over Castle Floret Mariel s father, Joseph, and other old Redwall friends like Durry Qui [...]

    18. Gabriel Chattaway on said:

      Good and medieval like the rest Valorous creatures slaying stupid rats in violently hilarious ways,and ole seadogs sailing over the sea and escaping impossible odds A bally good piece of writing, wot

    19. Sophie Hancock on said:

      Brian Jacques knows how to right a story that has so many story lines tucked into it, and than in the end bringing them all together to make an Amazing climax that makes you want to keep turning page after page It made me cry at least three times XD

    20. Matthew McAndrew on said:

      This one, to me, is the most fun of the series Not the best, but the most fun, definitely It felt like a lighthearted swashbuckler with a little bit of high seas epic mixed in there The story is unique and I loved all the otter characters involved Overall, a quick and enjoyable read.

    21. Ben Murphy on said:

      Not as good as other redwall books, but still a good read Meldrum and Finnbarr were two fantastic characters.

    22. sparrowcrazy on said:

      I read this book many years ago and now picked it up while rereading the series.I ll admit that neither this nor Mariel of Redwall have ever been my favorites in the series, despite containing some of my fav characters.One of the recurring things that bothers me in the Redwall series are the sudden unexpected deaths of characters for seemingly no better reason that to keep up the drama The bloodlust in these books is surprisingly high.I understand the moral of good vs evil but these are children [...]

    23. haley on said:

      Although I did not like Mariel of Redwall at all, I decided to give The Bellmaker a chance I enjoyed it a lot than I did Mariel of Redwall I love the characters Rufe Brush, Abbot Saxtus, and Finnbarr Galedeep This book is a lot interesting than Mariel of Redwall because there is going on, excitement and the fact that there are some new characters is pretty cool Finnbarr Galedeep is awesome The fact that there are two villains Urgan Nagru and Silvamord makes the story how do I put this excit [...]

    24. Nostalgia Reader on said:

      Another very enjoyable installment in the Redwall series one of the best ones I can remember reading It s been difficult to round the rating up or down, since 4 stars is giving it way less credit, but 5 is just a bit too much it s a very solid 4.5.This certainly gets lots of points for the multiple questing parties that there are, with each character fleshed out with their own unique personalities as expected , but all with the common goal of reaching Castle Floret in Southsward, to free it from [...]

    25. J.T. on said:

      Before the legend, before the glory, The Bellmaker s dream foretold the story Five will ride the Roaringburn, But only four will e er return Within the safety found in Redwall, Joseph the Bellmaker begins to miss his daughter, Mariel, who has gone off with her close friend, Dandin, to right any wrong they can find So it comes that Joseph is visited by the guiding spirt of Redwall, Martin the Warrior Martin tells Joseph where to find his daughter and who to bring with him in his upcoming journey, [...]

    26. Blair on said:

      The Bellmaker, written by Brian Jacques, is the story of Joseph the Bellmaker, and his quest to find his daughter and her friend Dandin who he believes to be in dire peril The story takes place at Redwall and in the Southern Lands, where a war is being raged between the vicious fox Urgan Nagru and the good Squirrel King Gael Spoiler My favorite part of the book was during the massive battle happened in which Mariel, Dandin, Meldrum, the otters, Finnbarr, Joseph and the rest fight Nagru s horde o [...]

    27. Wendy on said:

      2.5 starsI m not really sure what to say about this one The story was standard, but it was cool that most of the action took place in a formerly unheard of region South Sward , with a bunch of new characters working together with familiar ones I liked that there were a couple of characters that defied their species limitations I really liked the softhearted sea rat Blaggut , but I thought that the nerdy mole Egbert the Scholar was really one dimensional super smart and cowardly, but he sure does [...]

    28. Carina on said:

      The Bellmaker was one of my all time favourites as a child I think it helped that Mariel, Dandin and her father were such firm favourites of mine I also quickly came to enjoy Rab, Muta and Finnbarr I would have loved to see the latter one in other books but, as the main plot of this book is set outside of Mossflower, that was not to be Southsward is, like Mossflower, a beautiful sounding setting and the threat of the Urgan Nagru is different enough from the usual encroaching evil to be interesti [...]

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