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ok i will

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I am [age edit.Bmat] and I still follow the Redwall series closely. If you think that they are bland, uninteresting books, then you are a surface reader. There is a lot more depth in them than most seem to think.

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yeah thats what i m trying to tell them but they don't believe me i think my favorite was tag,marlfox,or perals of lutra(spelling i know the title i just can't spell)
"We have nothing to fear, but fear itself"

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I have really enjoyed the TV series. The author is very interesting. Have you ever checked out Redwall TV website?

I have one of the books that I have found at Goodwill. I am only a few chapter into it.

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yeah i have seen the website and i like the tv things too i was mad when they stopped showing them
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I enjoyed the story and when the author would come on and give a little tid bit of mid-evil history. I also like that the books are packed with western values not at all PC. That makes them enjoyable for a mature reader as well as children. I think PC books are condescending.

I remember one episode when they would explained the business of war. He did a really good job. They had a guy in armor explain how war was fought in the middle ages and that is was not glamorous, but sometimes a necessary last resort.

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cool
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I personally loved the Redwall series, especially the books concerning Martin the Warrior when I was growing up, I admit they are a little bit childish but they still are among my favs

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I have started rereading the redwall books meself. i am reading them in order so as to get the full picture but I am verry sad that there will be no more of them.

I'm reading them on my mobile actually ha!

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