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Download Triss Author Brian Jacques Mobi ✓ 389 pages Ô [Read] ➱ Triss By Brian Jacques – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Enslaved by the evil ferret King Agarno and his daughter Princess Kurda?slavers who have shackled hundreds?the brave suirrelmaid Triss along with Shogg the otter and Welfo the hedgehog plans a dariCape by sea In her flights Triss happens upon Redwall and the abbey creatures discover a new hero in her Someone brave enough to carry the sword of Martin and face the evil that threatens them ?Scrumpti Good ol’ RedWall Always fun to return for another swashbuckled visit This one’s no exception

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Enslaved by the evil ferret King Agarno and his daughter Princess Kurda?slavers who have shackled hundreds?the brave suirrelmaid Triss along with Shogg the otter and Welfo the hedgehog plans a daring es A warm comforting blanket of familiarity World The world building has always been fantastic Jacues is a master of painting word pictures that are vibrant and beautiful and lush The piece of the world we see this time with the slaves and the north is pretty slightly a little bit different from the rest of the Redwall world so it’s a nice little welcome Reading Redwall books is like coming home you know that mum is making roast chicken for dinner and dad is in the garage fixing his car it’s expected and familiar Story The story here is exactly what you would expect from a Jacues book it’s an adventure it’s a battle between good and evil where the lines of right and wrong are very clearly drawn This book has established tropes and clichés rats are always evil rabbits are always gluttonous and Moles always speak as Jacues writes them If you are okay with the established norm of Redwall then this book is for you it does nothing new and it pushes no boundaries The story has a little slight new flavor to it with the slave storyline and also the female protagonist but it’s the same old same old Critics will say it’s biased and simple in it’s look at the world but hey it’s a child’s book and I love it cause I grew up with it irks and all There is the high adventure the songs the food the legends and lore it’s all there and it’s beautiful Characters Triss is a fun character she falls into the established ‘hero’ archetype and so do the rest of the characters in Redwall There is the wise mouse there is the wayward Badger the gluttonous hare it’s all there and their name changes and slight character changes make this a new book It’s here and it’s the same A same old same old book that if you love it you love it If no then this book won’t change your thoughts Onward to the next book

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Triss Author Brian JacquOus feasts rollicking humor swashbuckling heroes faithful friends and treacherous villains magically combine through three intertwined action packed plots into one unforgettable spellbinding story? ? VO In this yarn of Redwall the titular suirrelmaid Triss works as a slave for the Pure Ferrets among them Princess Kurda considered to be skilled with the blade Meanwhile two younglings disappear from Redwall Abbey while a ship called the Stopdog its main crew consistent of Sagax the badger Scarum the hare and Kroova the sea otter sails with occasional encounters with the vermin typically antagonistic in the Redwall universe Triss also plots escape with her fellow slaves and the Skipper of otters at Redwall takes on a big leadership roleBattles erupt in the latter portion of the book with an ending largely composed of narrations from various characters featured within the text which gives decent closure to the story Overall this is another enjoyable tale of Redwall even if it’s somewhat formulaic given the retained themes of escaping slavery and the depiction of specific animals as inherently good or evil creature such as otters mice badgers hares and suirrels depicted as the former and others such as ferrets rats stoats weasels and foxes as the latter Fans will be sure to eat this story up and those who haven’t read any in the series can rest assured they needn’t have read others books to enjoy this one