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Publisher's Summary

Long-time fans and newcomers alike will relish this animal fable from Brian Jacques, whose books, including Redwall and Mossflower, are best sellers on both children's and adult lists. In Triss, the hero is a spunky young squirrelmaid who escapes servitude and finds a new destiny as a warrior at Redwall Abbey.
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I loved the book!

The book is clean, funny, interesting, suspensful & packed with action. The audio is great! It's best downloaded at a 4.

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kaizen

was an amazing cast was much fun to listen too a must listen for anyone

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amazing book

great for young and old alike. I often wish I could enter the World of Redwall.

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great.<br />

loved it excited to start next one. I always will want to go see redwall

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Cool ideas, mixed bag

There are some good ideas here and a good performance from the cast (and as often, amusing songs), but the story is kind of a mess that feels like Jaques had some story ideas, but wasn't quite sure how to tie them together (Runaway slaves! Friends on a journey! Pirates! Three serpents connected to be one!). Good pay off, but the trip there could've been smoother...