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Loamhedge (Redwall Series #16)

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the best of the best

This is by far the best I have read of Jaques! Bravo! Bravo! I cried, laughed, bit my lip, and had chills sent down my spine! Wonderful!

posted by Anonymous on July 18, 2006

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Loamhedge Review by an 8th Grader at Barrackville

This book is about a group of otters that live in Loamhedge. One otter is bound to be in a wheelchair her entire life. She learns that there might be a cure for her, at the lost Abby. This book is intended for audiences ages ten through sixteen. I, myself, was not a...
This book is about a group of otters that live in Loamhedge. One otter is bound to be in a wheelchair her entire life. She learns that there might be a cure for her, at the lost Abby. This book is intended for audiences ages ten through sixteen. I, myself, was not a big fan of the book. I need more excitement from a book


A band of searats attack two badgers. They killed one, and they left the other to die. Luckily, an otter searching for food finds the two badgers and sends for help. Meanwhile, in a village of otters, one otter is sentenced to be in a wheelchair her entire life, but she thinks there is a cure somewhere. She learns that there might be a cure in the lost Abby. The village then sends their two best warriors to find the lost Abby, and a cure. During their search, the band of searats attack Loamhedge. The village does not know what to do with their two best warriors gone.


The characters are all animals, like otters, rats, and badgers. The setting is mainly in a small village called Loamhedge. Part of the story is set along an ocean, and in the hoom of three outers. The plot did not make any sence to me. I have no idea what the authors point in writing this book was. The book made no sence and I did not enjoy it.


I did not enjoy this book as much as I thought I would. Others said that this was a good book, but I disagree. I could not get into this book as much as I usually get into books.

posted by Jose-Bird on May 12, 2009

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