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Redwall: Book One: The Wall

Narrated by: Brian Jacques
Length: 3 hrs and 7 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 8-10
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Summary

Redwall Abbey, the peaceful home of a community of mice, slumbers in the warmth of a summer afternoon. The mice are preparing for a great Jubilee feast. But Cluny the evil, one-eyed rat warlord is advancing….

©1995 The Redwall Abbey Company Ltd/Copyright Molitor (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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great story. could have been read slower

I love the idea of the author narrating but the author had quite a thick scouse accent. that didn't bother me except that certain phrases could have done with being pronounced slower to help us non Scousers keep up! amazing story though

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Gripping story

I loved the imagery that Brian Jacques uses throughout this series, a very colorful story of rousing heroism.

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Finishes on a cliff hanger

Excellent, and I love the narrator and cast, but it feels like half a book, rather than a whole one.

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pretty good

Some of the narration was a bit hurried and lost clarity of diction at some points, but I wouldn't say it should put someone off listening to it as I still really enjoyed it. I've actually listened to it 3 times!