The adventures of Red Glen finally come together in Red Glen One Volume. The award winning three volume series consists of The Bells of Red Glen, The Prince of Red Glen and The Streets of Red Glen. Join the courageous band of mice through the entire series as they encounter wicked cats, rough and tumble dogs, cruel enemies and violent storms. Montgomery Worthington, Alexander Fowler, Tony Price, Chance Reading and Hero Swift are just a few of the curious characters you will meet along the way, not to mention the evil and devious cat Nightshade and her former partner in crime, the inimitable Carlyle. Through war and peace, good times and bad, fair weather and foul, generations of mice band together and do battle, both against themselves and against a common foe. Let the adventure begin!
Would you listen to Red Glen One Volume again? Why?
Yes there are enough stories in this one volume to keep a listener engaged and entertained for many times. It is a great set of stories complied into one volume.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Red Glen One Volume?
It is very hard to pick just one memorable moment from all the great stories in this set. I would have to say the battle with cats and mice at colony of Greening was most likely my favorite though. The detail and all the different characters involved was really great
Which character – as performed by William L. Sturdevant – was your favorite?
My favorite character was Chance the great grandson of Montgomery Worthington.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I laughed several times and smiled and wanted to cheer on the mice it was a nice set of great family tales.
Any additional comments?
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