Brian Jacques Message Board
Kevin Ott posts on 1/1/2012
Kevin Ott has just written a review of Castaways of the Flying Dutchman which you can see here
nakedeyes posts on 9/28/2008 9:33:23 PM
Hey, I haven't been up to date with Brian's latest Redwall books. What is the latest one? I think that Taggerung is his most moving book because of his going out on a limb and making a villian a caring creature.
Anonymous posts on 2/22/2008 6:56:02 PM
My personal favourite Redwall book is Loamhedge. When Bragoon and Saro died I cried. Seriously. It's sad. They died for no reason. Martha got better and they went on the journey for nothing. Also I like how the characters weren't as predictable as the other books. (Horty was but he was hilarious anyway so it doesn't matter. However the only bad thing about it were Springald and Fenna had no personality.
posts on 9/3/2006 3:29:48 PM
No one else is posting on the boards I go on, so, I thought I'd come here. Sorry, I havnt read the books, but my cousin has and says thier great. Greeny, you post on here, yet you dont on paolini? Confusing. Please post on off topic!
posts on 9/3/2006 2:32:21 PM
I'm not sure which book I like better, Castaway's of the Flying Dutchmen, or Ark Angel.
posts on 8/11/2006 4:09:37 PM
Hi all.I'm new to this board but not to this site.I love Brian Jacques books and have read all redwall books. Well I gotta go.
posts on 8/11/2006 12:06:20 PM
I have read most of the Redwall books, and loved each one. Personally I like the past books rather then the present. My favorite is by far Mossflower. However, my brother has read them all (at least twice) and says I really should read the Long Patrol, his favorite.
posts on 5/12/2006 7:42:20 AM
Well, I haven't read any of the Redwall series, but I have read the Castaway's of the Flying Dutchman, and the Angels command, I enjoyed both of them. P.S.- Do you think that Ben is cute, I imagined him looking very hot.
Marvolo Nevra posts on 12/17/2005 11:28:29 PM
Not enough, same as me. I have been buisy at my Auntie's Vet clinic, slaving my but off (Not really) And the guy I fell in love with has cleared off to the opposite end of the country, over land and sea. (I live in New Zealand) And this guy happens to be my Art teacher. (Don't worry, he's young, hot, nice, smart and Indian) Sigh... I need a hug...
aliciaskywalker posts on 11/27/2005 3:13:50 PM
The dog is called Denmark, aka Den, aka Ned. This is confusing as you can see. He only thought-talks with Nebuchadnezzar, aka Neb, aka Ben (the boy). I post here too much.
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