This review is from: The Bellmaker (Red Fox Older Fiction) (Paperback)
The Bellmaker, a tale of Redwall, is an excellent tale about Joseph The Bellamker who is visited in a dream by Martin The Warrior, a Redwall legend. In the dream he is told what to do, where to go, and who should accompany him on his quest.
The quest is, to go and find his daughter, Mariel, and bring her back to Redwall Abbey. For war is coming to Redwall.
Of course, there's got to be an enemy. In the Bellmaker it is the Urgan Nagru, the evil Fox.
In this book there is an excellent battle, as in most Redwall books, whcih really tops it all off. It is excellently written, a definite for anyone who even vaguely likes an action-packed book. It is another great tale of Redwall.
I really enjoyed this book, I think anybody would, however, it is no easy read. the speech in the story uses lots of slang, and sometimes I found myself going over the lines of dialogue again, having to re-read the speech so that I could properly understand it. This is the only fault with the book, and it is a fairly minor one.