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1 Jacques, BrianCastaways Of The Flyng Dutchman. 39681
Philomel Books: NY. 2001.
First American edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Young adult fantasy, the first in a new (non-Redwall) series.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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2 Jacques, BrianLoamhedge. 39694
Philomel Books: NY. 2003.
First American edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


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3 Jacques, BrianLoamhedge: A Tale Of Redwall. 39693
Puffin Books: London. 2002.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


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4 Jacques, BrianLord Brocktree: A Tale Of Redwall. 08117
Hutchinson: London. 2000.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Book 13 in the long-running Redwall animal fantasy series.

''Salamandastron, under the guardianship of old Lord Stonepaw, is under threat from an enemy of immense and terrifying power. Ungatt Trunn, the wildcat who can make the stars fall from the sky, has attacked with his Blue Hordes and is determined that the fortress should be his. The mountain's defences are weak and it seems that nothing can stand in his way. Nothing, that is, but the badger Lord Brocktree, who is drawn to Salamandastron by an undeniable sense of destiny. But if he is to rescue the mountain from Trunn and his verminous hordes, he must gather about him an army capable of defeating them in battle''.


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5 Jacques, BrianThe Angel's Command: A Tale From The Castaways Of The Flying Dutchman. 39682
Philomel Books: NY. 2003.
First American edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Young adult fantasy, second in a new (non-Redwall) series.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 10.00 GBP
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6 Jacques, BrianThe Angel's Command: A Tale From The Castaways Of The Flying Dutchman. 39698
Puffin Books: London. 2003.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Young adult fantasy, second in a new (non-Redwall) series.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 12.00 GBP
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7 Jacques, BrianThe Legend Of Luke: A Tale Of Redwall. 08763
Hutchinson: London. 1999.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


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8 Jacques, BrianThe Taggerund: A Tale of Redwall. 07415
Hutchinson: London. 2001.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
14th volume in the fantasy Redwall series.

''in which the clan of Sawney Rath kidnaps one of Redwall's own-a baby otter, who they believe is destined to become their Taggerung, the warrior hero of ancient legend. But as the young Taggerung grows, he rebels against his destiny and goes off in search of the place where he was born-a home he can barely remember. As Tagg journeys to distant lands, a member of Sawney's clan is close on his heels, out to destroy the deserter and to claim his own title as the new Taggerung. But Tagg finds a sure friend along the way, a feisty little mouse named Nimbalo. Can this rugged warrior help Tagg stave off the vermin, and find his way back to Redwall and to the family who lost him long ago?''


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9 Jacques, BrianTriss. 12047
Philomel Books: NY. 2002.
First American edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 10.00 GBP
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10 Jacques, BrianTriss. 12150
Philomel Books: NY. 2002.
Second printing.
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 5.00 GBP
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11 Jacques, BrianTriss: A Tale Of Redwall. 39695
Puffin Books: London. 2002.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Part of the Young Adult Redwall animal fantasy series, that began with REDWALL in 1986.

''UK radio broadcaster (since 1980) and writer. Before beginning to publish fantasy he wrote songs for his own folk group, The Liverpool Fisherman; but he is now known mainly for his fiction, almost all of which is the Young Adult Redwall sequence of animal fantasies: Redwall (1986), Mossflower (1988), which chronologically begins the series, Mattimeo (1989), Mariel of Redwall (1991), Salamandastron (1992), Martin the Warrior (1993) and The Bellmaker (1995). The venue is a landscape with some resemblance to rural England, but in which humans do not appear. The central characters are the mice who inhabit Redwall Abbey, a modest edifice under threat from evil species like stoats, rats, weasels and foxes. The various protagonists fluctuatingly display human characteristics, and wear clothes, bringing individual stories very close to beast fable. Echoes of Kenneth Grahame's strategies (and of his association of good nad eil with particular species) are very clear. The author's only non-series book, Seven Strange & Ghostly Tales (1991), is a collection of ghost stories''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 10.00 GBP
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