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Triss AUTHOR Brian Jacques eBook ¾ Paperback Read ✓ 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 escape by sea In her flights Triss happens upon Redwall and the abbey creaturEnslaved 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 I really enjoyed this Redwall book It had a somewhat developed plot than the usual and was stuffed with enjoyment

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Cape 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 I read these as a child and am re reading the series out of order as usual it seems What I had forgotten was how formulaic they are This was very similar to the others I have read different gangs of animals good vs evil themes lots of endless descriptions of food and eating animals travelling from one place to another a battle fighting It did get a bit tedious and Scarum was intensely irritating I honestly would have pushed him overboard andor poisoned his food but this book is intended for children after allAnother thing I've always wondered is how Jacues actually imagined the physical size differences between the animals they are depicted as fairly similarly sized but in reality an otter jumping into a boat full of shrews will surely end with a result similar to a herd of lemmings charging off a cliff ie mass death but maybe I'm over analyzingThe cover of the book was a nice misty lavender affair and I love the illustrations it all just felt a little repetitive and predictable I've seen other reviewers felt the same The other peculiar thing I found was that whilst the book is called 'Triss' after the suirrel 'swordmaid' she only plays a minor part and isn't central to the book It seems like a introduction or backstory and doesn't read well as a novel in itself

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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 Not my favorite of the Redwall books but better than I remembered it Sagax is excellent — he has a great name a great character arc and a great personality Scarum is just as annoying as I thought I recalled him being As for the rest they're as lovable as most Redwall charactersI would also like to note that I think this is the first Redwall book chronologically or in publication order to have a female be the one destined to weild Martin's sword So that's kind of cool We've seen an abundance of female fighters as both main and minor characters but this seems like a Significant Thing