Eulalia! by Brian JacquesEulalia! by Brian Jacques


byBrian Jacques

Mass Market Paperback | August 26, 2008

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New York Times bestselling author Brian Jacques gives us another tales of Redwall, filled with “The Knights of the Round Table with paws” (The Sunday Times) along with their friends and enemies.

The aged Badger Lord of Salamandastron sends a young haremaid on a quest to find his successor Gorath—held captive by Vizka Longtooth and his scurrilous crew of Sea Raiders, bound for plunder and conquest.
Brian Jacques was both a master storyteller and a jack-of-all-trades. He lived the life of a sailor, actor, stand-up comedian, radio host, bobby, even a bus driver. He was the recipient of an honorary doctorate in literature from the University of Liverpool and a New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five books for youn...
Title:Eulalia!Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 6.7 × 4.2 × 0.9 inPublished:August 26, 2008Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0441016235

ISBN - 13:9780441016235

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Redwall yarn... Just one thing I wish to clarify: I don't believe Brian Jacques is trying to create a totally new and different adventure every time. It seems readers don't expect a 19 going on 20 book series to have familiarity. Redwall is a world, and Brian Jacques is writing the history. History repeats itself, everyone knows this if they have actually made it through school. Redwall books are just stories being told, and I for one don't even notice if the plot is the same..So many people are complaining about it, and I just wonder, why? Thats the way these stories are. Besides, its kind of know that Redwall is there, forever unchanging. That said, Eulalia is a great book. A nice, cozy read that deserves a blanket and a good hot chocolate. It also made me cry, which of course, make it one of the best. I don't cry in all of them.
Date published: 2008-08-26

Editorial Reviews

Praise for the Redwall series   “Brian Jacques has the true fantasy writer’s ability to create a wholly new and believable world.” –School Library Journal    “The medieval world of Redwall Abbey—where gallant mouse warriors triumph over evil invaders—has truly become the stuff of legend.” –Seattle Post-Intelligencer    “A grand adventure story. Once the reader is hooked, there is no peace until the final page.” –Chicago Sun-Times    “Jacques’s effortless, fast-paced narrative gets its readers quickly hooked. He clearly loves this other world he has created—there’s a genius sense of involvement and care (lots of lovingly descriptive passages), as well as an overflowing, driving imagination.” –Birmingham Post   “Redwall is both an incredible and ingratiating place, one to which readers will doubtless cheerfully return.” –New York Times Book Review    “An excellent adventure with an enlightened conscience. Brilliantly complex. With vibrant and distinct animal characters, Jacques’s classically inspired plot-weaving achieves virtuosity.” –Publishers Weekly    “Only a churl would reject this morality play in fur.” –Kirkus Reviews   “Filled with the kind of vibrant storytelling that fans of Jacques have come to expect. His dialogue is lively and delightful to read aloud…so rich in detail that the sights and sounds and smells of the adventure pull the reader in.” –Grand Rapids Press (MI)    “A richly imagined world in which bloody battles vie for attention with copious feasting and tender romancing. Where males and females are heroes and warriors. Where the young triumph and the old endure. Where intelligence is as valued as strength and wit is frequently more important than size…[Jacques] continues to surprise and delight with intriguing plots and fresh faces.” –Cincinnati Enquirer    “The Knights of the Round Table with paws.” –The Sunday Times (London)