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Eulalia!

A Tale from Redwall
Written by: Brian Jacques
Narrated by: Brian Jacques
Series: Redwall, Book 18
Length: 12 hrs and 33 mins
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Publisher's Summary

From the mind of Brian Jacques - the New York Times best-selling author of the Redwall series - comes another exhilarating adventure in this beloved saga.

At the legendary fortress of Salamandastron, aging Lord Asheye has a prophecy: a new, young badger lord must take his place. But Lord Asheye does not know who the young warrior is. Meanwhile, unaware of his destiny, the future lord is captured by infamous fox Vizka Longtooth, who intends to lay siege to Redwall Abbey.

©2007 Brian Jacques (P)2007 Recorded Books

What the critics say

"Readers won't want to miss this installment in the Redwall Chronicles, which, as usual, is filled with colorful characters and high adventure." ( Booklist)

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  • Dagrah
  • 2018-02-25

As usual....

Just like all of the Redwall series, another excellent book! I've read or listened to all of these books seveeal times and never get tired of them. Sometimes I even wish I could live at Redwall. I can almost smell all the delicious food being cooked there. I wonder what October ale tastes like?! Hmmm.... =P =)

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  • TinyNavajo
  • 2018-02-14

love this series

I have alway loved Redwall, and what's these even better than the print books is the full cast recording. Makes it feel even more real than I could have even imagined!

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  • Carl
  • 2017-02-10

intense and enthralling.. a real winner!

A hare maid on a quest, a young hedgehog thief in exile, a badger male enslaved.. and a vicious golden fox captain with his sights on Redwall abbey.. these fates are all intertwined in a dangerous and fast-paced tale of Redwall. This story is among the best in the series! listen, share and enjoy for, after all, such heroes are remembered here and good beasts are always welcome to know them here.

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  • Christian Deussen
  • 2020-08-24

Perfection!

Such skill has been put into writing this story and making each character stand out. The reading of each part was done in a way to allow each character to come to life and the songs were a fun part of the story. Thanks for allowing us a time away from everyday life and into the world of Redwall!

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  • Unanimous
  • 2020-01-27

Full cast and an exceptional author

I loved these books as a kid. Listening to them being narrated by the author and a full cast - not to mention with the instruments and songs - is like experiencing the whole thing anew. The story itself is up to par with the strong reputation the Redwall series has. The character arcs are well-formed through trial and tribulation; the somewhat complicated dynamic from two key antagonists keeps the reader questioning how different sub-plots will resolve; and the steady introduction of new characters will leave you feeling like you could live in the world the author’s made by the end of the book. All in all, a good yarn and well worth the credit if you’re looking for a rousing adventure.

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  • Dana P.
  • 2016-08-22

Read over and over again

Amazing book read over and over again the characters set good examples for life.i guarantee that you will love Eulalia.

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  • Darrel
  • 2015-05-10

Great book

Great book great story line wonderful characters great battles fun and joyous to read just another great book in the series

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  • Mariko
  • 2015-04-22

Not quite up to par

Would you listen to Eulalia! again? Why?

Probably not. The story hardly had anything to do with Redwall at all. Of all the main characters, only one of them was a Redwaller. I felt like Redwall only came into play when the main characters needed something. Shelter? Redwall. Help with the final battle (who cares that Redwallers are peaceful beings who, according to the story, have nothing but a poor medley of items barely counting as weapons)? Redwall. Not only that, but the characters were all over the place. It was like one of those stories where the characters are looking for each other but keep missing each other by looking the wrong way or walking in a different direction by accident.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The idea of the story was good. A badger imprisoned by sea rats hellbent on seeking revenge for his enslavement and the brutal slauter of his family, a hare maid of the long patrol THIS CLOSE to being kicked off the mountain, and a little misguided hedgehog booted out of the abbey for a season to learn some good 'ol life lessons all sound like a mix for a great story. But, as amazing as Brian Jacques is, much of the story felt forced and certain things just glossed over.

Have you listened to any of Brian Jacques’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I've read many of his books and I've listened to many of his audiobooks. Performance-wise, this is just as fantastic as the others. It's so great getting to hear his songs actually sung and different voices for each character.

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  • Walter Regula
  • 2015-04-11

It was great

great I really like the storyline alot. it was really good. I.love listening to it with my dad