Lord Brocktree

Lord Brocktree

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In this thirteenth book of the New York Times best-selling Redwall epic, Brian Jacques brings to life an adventure-filled new tale, featuring the most unlikely of companions-Dotti, a brazen young haremaid, and the badger Lord Brocktree, a fearsome warrior.

Together, the two embark on a perilous journey to Salamadastron, the legendary mountain of the badger lords, which is under siege by the vicious wildcat Ungatt Trunn and his infamous Blue Hordes. IT is only Brocktree, with the help of the spirited Dotti, who can save them and take back the mountain that is rightfully theirs, restoring peace to the Redwall lands.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Philomel, 2000
ISBN: 9780399235900
Branch Call Number: JUV FIC Jac
Characteristics: 370p : illus
Additional Contributors: Fangorn, illus


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Aug 29, 2016

I really like this Redwall book. It has a good plot and well developed characters who do not become one dimensional. Dotti is hilarious, and the scenes at the court of King Bucko Bigbones are probably my favorite from the whole series. Salamandastron is not depicted as unassailable either, which is a nice change. Definitely better than at least half of the series.

Nov 16, 2015

This is one of my favorite books out of the Redwall series.

lakevilla_IDOL Feb 18, 2013

This was a good book and I srongly suggest reading it. It is about Lord Brocktree fighting back against the evil tyrant Ungantt Trunn to get back his rightful possesion, Mount Salamandastron, as a badger lord. Through out the book Brocktree and his companions had to band together to travel safely back to the mountain while meeting new friends and companions along the way. Who will win the mountain? Lord Brocktree's army and faithful friends, or Ungantt Trunn and his hord of blue vermin. You will have to read to find out! (This book is part of the Redwall series)

Apr 11, 2011

My favorite Redwall book!

Aug 16, 2007

This book is definatly above all the rest. Read this book for yourself and you will be carried into an imaginary land filled with badgers and mice. I love how descriptive Jacques is in this novel. I would read this book over and over if Jacques had not written so many other great books. -John Penshorn

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Nov 16, 2015

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Aug 29, 2016

The crowd waited with bated breath. Dotti peered even closer at her opponent, until her nose touched his. "Hmm, you do look a bit peaky, sah. All that shouting can't be doing you much good - all that jumping about, too. Have you got a pain in your tummy, is that it?" Roars and hoots of laughter greeted this remark.

Padawan_OLaina Aug 31, 2011

"Smacka 'im wiv a big stick. Dat's wot Skikkles do." page 213


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