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Publisher's Summary

Mattimeo should have been named "trouble". Always getting into mischief and quick to lose his temper, the young mouse seems an unlikely candidate to take up the great sword once wielded by the legendary Martin to defend Redwall Abbey's peaceful way of life. But when Mattimeo and his friends are kidnapped by the fierce fox Slagar the Cruel, the bold little mouse learns that there is far more to becoming a true warrior than simply brandishing a sword.
©The Redwall La Dita Co., Ltd. (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • 2005-07-22

i love the books

i love Brian Jacques the chicters are vary well voiced the story is perdictable but vary good this is the 3rd red wall book where is the rest of the series here it jumpes from the 5th book to book 13 so far the series is 17 books long so where are the rest of the books

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  • Melanie Ziriax
  • 2017-06-12

love it

love it. great narrator. great story. would recommend to anyone to read/listen to. you can really get into the action and imagine you are there in the story.

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  • David S. Mathew
  • 2016-04-14

Redwall sequel not to be missed!

If you love the original Redwall novel, you owe it to yourself to give this a listen. Brilliant novels rarely have worthy sequels, but this is one of them. The whole cast does a terrific job. Can't recommend these recordings highly enough.

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  • Skyler
  • 2020-08-31

👍👍

have loved the Redwall series since grade school days15-20 years ago, rereading them now in order

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-07-21

Mattimeo

The only thing I did not like is that they changed Log-a-log's voice actor. Other then that, it was great.

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  • Emily
  • 2020-07-13

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  • Chris
  • 2020-06-25

timeless classic

Jacques's story is potent enough, but the entire narrating cast gives it a color never found outside the audiobook or radio play genres.

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  • Denis R. Mc
  • 2020-06-07

Engaging Story

Thoroughly enjoyable and thoughtful tale. I have read it several times with children and alone, all find it entertaining with much laughter and outrage and final happiness, relief, and a little sadness both for the fallen in the tale and its being ended. However, there are still more adventures promising the same emotional rollercoaster ride.

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  • Coyote
  • 2020-05-21

A great sequel to Redwall

I have loved reading Brian Jacques novels for many years, but I am disappointed that the only one read read by a single person (Stuart Blinder) is Redwall. I really wish there were more treated the same, I don't enjoy the full cast, but tolerate it. To readers who may balk at the quality of the sample (like myself), the actual recording is much better and cleaner. Otherwise I would have returned it right away. The music between chapters is really irritating, especially the repetitive overly-sampled voice that sounds like they're saying "doo-doo-doo-doo". Just have to grit your teeth and ignore it if you want the story. The things you put up with to be able to do chores and read at the same time.

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  • Sean Metz
  • 2020-05-20

Beautifully done!

Once again the narration and performance was brilliant! This telling kept me captive and foraging for extra hours in my busy day so that I can listen to a little more! Thank you to everyone involved!!!