Martin the Warrior

Martin the Warrior Bedrang the Stoat has his evil eyes set on ruling over his own empire and will do anything to make sure that his ultimate fantasy is fulfilled But little does he realise that the quiet nameless mous

  • Title: Martin the Warrior
  • Author: Brian Jacques
  • ISBN: 9780099281719
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bedrang the Stoat has his evil eyes set on ruling over his own empire, and will do anything to make sure that his ultimate fantasy is fulfilled But little does he realise that the quiet, nameless mouse he is holding captive will one day turn out to be the heroic and fearless Martin the Warrior Brian Jacques uses the full force of his stunning storytelling talent to unraBedrang the Stoat has his evil eyes set on ruling over his own empire, and will do anything to make sure that his ultimate fantasy is fulfilled But little does he realise that the quiet, nameless mouse he is holding captive will one day turn out to be the heroic and fearless Martin the Warrior Brian Jacques uses the full force of his stunning storytelling talent to unravel the mystery and adventure that unfolds in this Tale of Redwall as a quiet little mouse refuses to bow down to a tyrant and bids to fight for freedom at any cost Brimming with cut throat skullduggery and intellectual intrigue, Martin the Warrior is a mountainous tale that introduces the ethos and passions of Redwall to the reader by fuelling the imagination with a host of well drawn characters, each with their own Achilles heel, making them feel as real as they are magical Susan Harrison

    Martin the Warrior Redwall Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Martin the Warrior was the co founder of Redwall Abbey along with Abbess Germaine Martin was known as being the Abbey s backbone, and he has remained so even after his death He was a great fighter, both wise and ferocious, though he had a brutal and tragic past. Martin the Warrior Martin the Warrior is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in It is the sixth book in the Redwall series It is also one of the three Redwall novels to be made into a TV series. Martin the Warrior A Novel of Redwall Brian Jacques Brimming with cutthroat skullduggery and intellectual intrigue, Martin the Warrior is a mountainous tale that introduces the ethos and passions of Redwall with a host of well drawn characters, each with their own Achilles heel, making them feel as real as they are magical. Martin the Warrior Redwall, by Brian Jacques Martin the Warrior is the sixth installment in the Redwall series and mainly focuses on Martin and his story of becoming the renown warrior we have all heard epic tails about There is a little adventuring in the story but the main focus of this tale is the battle of Marshank. Martin the Warrior Redwall Series by Brian Jacques Martin the warrior is a key character who is essential in all of the books in the serries his begginings as chronicled in this book helps set the stage for the others this one by far is my favorite of all the books and i find it an excellent read overall. Martin the Warrior Deadliest Fiction Wiki FANDOM Martin I, better known as Martin the Warrior was the co founder of Redwall Abbey along with Abbess Germaine.Martin was known as being the Abbey s backbone, and he has remained so even after his death He was a great fighter, both wise and ferocious, though he had a brutal and tragic past. Martin the Warrior book Redwall Wiki FANDOM powered Martin the Warrior has been captured by Badrang the Tyrant, and has been working as a slave in Fort Marshank Revolting against the torture and cruelty of Badrang, Martin vowed to free himself and one day return to reclaim the sword of Luke, his father, which Badrang had stolen upon capturing him Martin the Warrior Redwall Ep. Escape YouTube Feb , This feature is not available right now Please try again later. Martin the Warrior Heroes Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Find great deals on eBay for martin the warrior.

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    1. If you like medieval-type fantasy adventure stories, I cannot recommend the Redwall series enough. I know it's about talking animals, but it's seriously something adults would love as well! The whole world is so wonderfully detailed and complex. The stories get pretty emotional - I definitely teared up at a lot of battle scenes/deaths in middle school. They're pretty epic. The books were published in a different order than the stories take place, so you can read most of them in any order! Like t [...]

    2. One of the things I came across when I was young and completely obsessed with Redwall was a quote from Brian Jacques, in the introduction to 'Redwall Friend and Foe' where he stated, emphatically, "Goodies are good!" I can't help thinking about that when I think about this book, because here's the thing: while on its surface Redwall can look like a series with black and white morality, where certain people are good and others are bad, the stories themselves often overturn those expectations, and [...]

    3. Martin the Warrior is probably one of the best Redwall books. While the writing is decidedly clunky at best, you never notice once you get into the book. Martin the Warrior has everything; it has the drama, the sadness, the love and hate of The Lord of the Rings. It also has the revenge and hate of Felldoh, and off course the sadness of the death's of some central characters. I felt the difference between Martin and Felldoh strongly; Felldoh was imprisoned all his life, and was forever changed b [...]

    4. I hadn’t thought of rereading these seriously until I realised that reading a childhood book was on the list for a reading challenge, and then my sister returned all my copies to make room on her shelves for her own books. Then I thought, well, why not? I remember that I found the books getting a bit repetitive as the series went on (and on, and on) but Martin the Warrior was the first I read, and it’s obvious why it hooked me as a kid. It’s a little bit deterministic — rats are evil, mi [...]

    5. This was the book that got me into fantasy, and fill in love with reading. My teacher in grade school loved the story, and all my friends read the series. So I gave it a try on audio, and felt in love with audio and this series. This is my favorite book of the Redwall series. I just love the character of Martin the Warrior. This origin story really shows how he came from nothing into the one of the greatest leaders and warrior in the land. The ending of the book is the cause and origins of Redwa [...]

    6. "It's a long hard road ahead for you, little warrior. Enjoy a happy day while you can." —Boldred, "Martin the Warrior", P. 267 "Don't think about what you could have done, concentrate on what you plan to do; it is more useful." —Boldred, P. 335 The ability of Brian Jacques to create an entirely new world that is bursting at the seams with deep, suspensefully plotted adventures, characters overflowing with originality and life, and epic, imaginative quests that could appeal to even the most h [...]

    7. So, this is possibly the best Redwall book that Jacques ever wrote. It’s focused (no random sideplots that have nothing to do with the main one), it has a lot of characters but doesn’t jump between them too much a la Salamandastron, it has unique features that depart from the formulas of previous books, and the ending is simply fantastic (but also sad).And the number one reason why this book is so great is:(view spoiler)[ROSE!! (hide spoiler)] WHHHHHYYYYYYYY?(view spoiler)[Main warriors neve [...]

    8. Martin the Warrior by Brian JacquesI had been pretty burnt out on the Redwall books after Mossflower, Mattimeo, and Salamandastron. Redwall was a creative and fun book, but it seemed that all its successors were progressively formulaic and uncreative. Martin the Warrior, however, is a return to the same creative spirit of the original book, and, in my opinion, improves upon it.The book explores the early life of Martin the Warrior after he has been made a slave by Badrang, the cruel tyrant of Ma [...]

    9. Excellent stuff! We will be reading more of the Redwall books. The cast for the audio version was excellent with the bulk of it being read by the author himself (always a treat), plus a whole crew of talented actors.Martin is brave, strong and everything a hero should be. The bad guys are really bad. The clash between them is almost on par with "The Lord of the Rings," except the story has forest animals as the main characters.How I love summer road trips. We accomplish so much "reading" this wa [...]

    10. By far the BEST book in the Redwall seiries. Martin is amazing. I listened to the tape when i first heard it but if i had read it i would not have been able to put it down! really great story. i loved it. Rose is really cool also. It is all about how they save a bunch of slaves from searats and other pleasent animals. Really amazing book. Sad at the end but then cheers up. Martin is really cool. You really have to have a certain taste for Brian Jaques style, but most people would like it. The ta [...]

    11. The previously untold story of Martin the Warrior's travels before coming to the forest of Mossflower to found Redwall Abbey. He vows revenge on the vermin warlord of a fortress, and also to free the miserable slaves who have dwelt there for uncounted years. Formulaic, in the tradition of all the Redwall books, but enjoyable nonetheless. It's always fun to read about your mouse heroes facing an army and defeating them, using the skills of moles, squirrels, birds, badgers, otters, and all the goo [...]

    12. The story is pretty thin and the there are a lot of boring parts. I hate that every meal needed to be described in excruciating detail - although it did add to the immersion of the world. Martin the Warrior was cooler when he was just a legend shrouded in mystery.

    13. This book is a very exciting story of both loss and victory. After having his father killed by the searat Badrang, Martin must watch as everything he knows is taken from him at a young age. When Badrang and his crew arrive to the coast Martin and his village reside on death and destruction soon follow. Badrang kills all that oppose him and the ones that don't are soon sold into slavery. The slaves then suffer as the turn their once beautiful land into a vicious territory controlled by their crue [...]

    14. Like many, I grew up adoring the Redwall series, so it pains me to give this two stars now.This past summer I found my collection of Redwall books — I have the first dozen — and chose to reread this one because it was, in my opinion at the time, the best of them.And frankly, it isn't all that great.The writing itself is depressingly mediocre, the plot (like all of them) meandering and predictable. The colloquial quirks of the different animal species (molespeech, the shrews, etc.) and the pa [...]

    15. This book was a little bit too childish for me, to be honest. I had started Jacques' series years ago as a 12 or 10-year-old, and liked it then, but even then it was a little too easy for the characters, a little too simple-minded for me.Now it is even moreso since I'm an adult, howeveris book does what it sets out to do. It is a heartwarming tale, written in simple yet pretty prose. Jacques' descriptions of landscapes are captivating; he knows how to set a scene. His eating and food scenes are [...]

    16. This book is about a mouse named Martin. He lives in a world were all "unworthy" animals are slaved to an animal overlord. Martin, like all of the other slaves hated this overlord and all of his followers. It is Martin's quest to escape his slavery with as many other animals as he can, and defeat the evil overlord. It is all up to Martin to save the slaves.There are many external conflicts in this book. Many of them are Martin vs. the overlord or one of his followers. One of the more frequent on [...]

    17. Martin the Warrior is by Brian Jacques. It is fantasy because animals are talking.The main characters are Redwall, Martin, Grumm, Captin Tramun, and Rose. Redwall started out as a small mouse but now he is a hero and is adventurious. Martin is grey mouse with heroic skills. Grumm is a wise mouse and can try to act funny and heroic.Rose is Martin's sister and she is heroic too. Captin Tramun is the bad guy they run into him and he has a bunch of scars. They go to a bunch of places during the stor [...]

    18. Ah, Redwall. A source of much enjoyment to me as a young leveret. Oh the feasts! Oh the adventure! Oh the villains!Obviously, it doesn't hold up well. I mean, I'm rarely one to be overly focused on poor writing if there are some redeeming features (a good plot will allow me to excuse bad style), but Brian Jacques isn't a very good writer. I know children's books are very often clunky as all hell, but that's not good enough. I can understand wanting to tone down themes a bit for youngsters, but t [...]

    19. Spoilers ahead!This one was always my least favorite Redwall novel growing up largely because of its bittersweet ending (But it was still a Redwall book so I still really liked it). Now I have a better appreciation for this novel. Martin is an awesome character and the mythos surrounding him is a driving force throughout the series. I really enjoy the novels that focus on him and his past. Plus I've always enjoyed books that feature the little guy fighting back against an impossible foe. A big r [...]

    20. I'm giving all these books a 4, because they basically GOT me hooked on fantasy I think. I read all of these in elementary school, and still have fond memories floating around. The rad legendary weapons, (with the channels etched in for blood flow, which i found super hardcore). The foods, the booze, honey mead and apple wine or whatever. Come to think of it, these books might also be a little responsible for my alcoholism, too.i remember this one being one of the best though. Martin is a badass [...]

    21. This Redwall books was especially wonderful, for me, because it was so atypical. It just wasn't like the rest of them. In fact, I must say that, as the series grew larger, I found that I liked the books that occured in distant lands better than the ones near Redwall, because the ones by the abbey were sometimes slightly redundant.Anyway, this particular book was awesome. And I punched a guy over it. I think it was the first time I punched someone outside of my family too, so it is extra awesome. [...]

    22. While it is easy to argue that the Redwall books quickly fell into a formula, Martin the Warrior is a black sheep in so many ways. There is no Redwall to save. The heroes are not constantly on the defense. There is a genuine love interest you care about. Not to mention easily the most heartbreaking ending of any of the books in the entire series. Martin the Warrior is the best Redwall book, easily. It's compelling, unique, and beautiful.

    23. I’m always a little depressed when I finish one of Jacques’ books. Even though these are purportedly for children, he doesn’t shy away from violence, or death. At least one of my favorite characters usually manages to get killed off. And even though I’m an adult, I always finish a book and wish I could live at Redwall Abbey.

    24. I really liked this, but it had the same thing, well what happens about in all of them, is that a rescue party always comes at the last minute when it seems all is lost. but it was still one of the best because of all the previous stuff, i mean this was the first book i read, so of course it was amazing. but like this one,other books have a last minute rescue. still WAY worth reading,ben

    25. Marvelous! Read by the author and a full cast of colorful characters, whose voices brought their already vivid personalities to life. I love how Brian Jacques told real stories of heroic valor and war and strife and suffering, but made them accessible to children as well as adults by using animals instead of humans. Loved it.

    26. InRedwall, everyone knows of the famed Martin the Warrior, the founder and most valiant defender of Redwall Abbey. This is the story of how he came to be a legend. Martin is a fantastic character, and his adventures are enthralling.

    27. My pick for the best of the Redwall series. Martin the Warrior is the legendary hero of the Redwall universe, and this book does him full justice. Very entertaining story with a strong final act, this was one of my favorite books as a youngster. 4.5 stars, highly recommended!

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