The Bellmaker

The Bellmaker

A Tale of Redwall

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The seventh book of a series featuring a community of peace-loving mice whose home is Redwall Abbey. The Foxwolf and his horde of grey rats are coming to Southsward. After dreams of Martin the Warrior, old Joseph the bellmaker sets off with four young warriors to help friends abroad.
ISBN: 9780099433316
0099433311
Branch Call Number: J PB J
Characteristics: 336 p

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green_zebu_65
Nov 20, 2017

The second best book in the series. Great story throughout. Highly enjoyable for ages nine and up

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JihadiConservative
May 14, 2013

No better than the other books!

AtomicSpatula May 17, 2012

I liked this book overall, but I did not like the fact that most of the book was only minor conflicts scattered through a semi-boring story line and then ended with a massive battle at the very end. I might have liked it a little more if the battles were spread out a little more.

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lakevilla_IDOL May 12, 2014

A quest of the ages begins for Joseph the Bellmaker and his Redwall friends to a faraway land beyond the Woods of Mossflower. Mariel, Joseph's daughter, is in deep trouble captured by the cunning evil Urgan Nagru in his dark fortress. The woodlanders of Southern Mossflower need to rally together to defeat Urgan Nagru and his vast horde of rats to reclaim the rightful kingdom of Gael, the squirrel king. Check out this book at your local library to find out for yourself what happens in this perplexing story of adventure!

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