Is Redwall on audiobook?

Every Redwall novel received an audiobook except The Rogue Crew. In April 2007, an audio CD comprised of 47 select tracks from the audiobooks was released, entitled Songs from Redwall. Audio previews come from Penguin, UK Audio Books, or

How long is the Redwall audiobook?

About this item
Listening Length10 hours and 41 minutes
PublisherListening Library
Program TypeAudiobook

Who narrates Redwall?

Redwall by Brian Jacques, read by Brian Jacques, Full Cast.

Is Redwall on audiobook? – Related Questions

Is Redwall religious?

Is there religion in Redwall? No, there is not religion in Redwall, Redwall is not religious.

How violent is Redwall?

This book is creepy and violent. The main villian cluny, is pathological and the wanton cruelty is pervasive.

What age is Redwall appropriate for?

Brian Jacques’ Redwall series is a much-loved epic fantasy for ages 9+. Inside Redwall Abbey, kind-hearted animals live in peace, throwing lavish feasts and helping those in need.

What accent do Redwall moles have?

The mole dialect is derived from the region of Somerset, England. Brian Jacques frequently tells the story of how when he was a truck driver, he drove through this part of the country and encountered the very old men speaking with this accent.

Should you read mossflower before Redwall?

I would recommend reading them in this order, but it’s not really important. Mossflower was published first, and could definitely be read first, but then of course you’d have to view both the other two as primarily flashbacks.

Is Redwall human sized?

And yet there are specific instances in the first Redwall book that indicate that the Abbey is in fact human-sized. In order to get over the wall to the Abbey, Cluny and his gang of rats and ferrets must climb up a giant oak tree, and even then from the tallest branches, they have to extend a plank out and up.

Will adults enjoy Redwall?

No, Redwall is primarily a series written for children between the ages of 8 to 14, although many adults will enjoy reading the stories.

What do they eat in Redwall?

Redwall Abbey
  • Candied Chestnuts.
  • Deeper’n’Ever Turnip’n’Tater’n’Beetroot Pie.
  • Hotroot Soup.
  • Treetop Broth.
  • Abbot’s Special Abbey Trifle.

What grade level is Redwall?

Redwall (Redwall, Book 1)
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-Z
Grades 5 – 9Grades 3 – 12Z

How long does it take to read Redwall?

The average reader will spend 5 hours and 52 minutes reading this book at 250 WPM (words per minute).

What kind of animal is Asmodeus in Redwall?

While the color of his scales was never described, in the Redwall TV Series, Asmodeus was shown to be a grayish-green adder with a beige, striped underside and a black stripe on top.

What is the best order to read Redwall?

It’s recommended that you read the books in the Redwall series in publication order.
  • Redwall (1986 UK, 1987 US)
  • Mossflower (1988)
  • Mattimeo (1989 UK, 1990 US)
  • Mariel of Redwall (1991 UK, 1992 US)
  • Salamandastron (1992 UK, 1993 US)
  • Martin the Warrior (1993 UK, 1994 US)
  • The Bellmaker (1994 UK, 1995 US)

Is Redwall a mouse?

The first novel, 1986’s Redwall, was my introduction to fantasy: Matthias, a young orphan mouse, seeks a lost sword to see off an evil rat army led by Cluny the Scourge.

Are there any good vermin in Redwall?

The official Redwall/Brian Jacques website supports this conclusion: Will you ever have any really good vermin or bad woodlanders in any of your stories? No! The goodies are good and the baddies are BAD, no grey areas.

Who is the villain in Redwall?

Cluny the Scourge is the main antagonist of Redwall, the first novel published in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. He is also the main antagonist of season 1 of the Redwall TV series. He is an anthropomorphic rat warlord who seeks to conquer Redwall abbey.

Who is cornflower in Redwall?

Cornflower Fieldmouse was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fieldmouse, wife of Matthias, mother of Mattimeo, the grandmother of Martin II, and mother-in-law of Tess Churchmouse. She was a skilled cook and often wore headbands.

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