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The Sable Quean (Redwall Series #21)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Redwall the sable queen

Awesome book i think that it was very well written.

posted by 10794099 on December 25, 2011

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

The Sable Quean- another sputtering candle of the Redwall Series.

First off I've been a huge Redwall series fan since the late 1990s. I have all 21 books in different formats proudly displayed on shelves and they even have a special moving box I use when I relocate every couple of years. These books have brought great joy to me over t...
First off I've been a huge Redwall series fan since the late 1990s. I have all 21 books in different formats proudly displayed on shelves and they even have a special moving box I use when I relocate every couple of years. These books have brought great joy to me over the years, will continue to be a staple in my library for years to come and someday will be passed down. I recently purchased the nook, and to be honest I wanted The Sable Quean to be my first book on my nook and the first e-book I ever purchased. At the time early February I received my nook, and pre-ordered The Sable Quean-which didn't release until the end of February. When I finally received notification in my e-mail that The Sable Quean was ready for downloading, I was so excited. For the next 2 days I sat entranced by my nook and the latest saga of Redwall. The illustrations showed beautifully on my nook and even the map in the beginning of the book showed (it was small and lightly sketched but you can clearly read all the locations) The story started out wonderful, introductions to charming characters, familiar scenes and places. Perfect formula to another Redwall classic, but as I got further into the book, holes in the plot started to show and I tried to ignore them but they just kept nipping at my brain. I kept finding myself saying "well wait, how did they?...(I will not spoil the story) shouldn't they?..oh come on, this isn't right?" on and on the holes opened. Plus I noticed the lack of creative names, the evilness of the main "baddy", and silly plan of the main "baddy". In the middle, the story sort of fizzled out, and I found myself really concentrating thinking "it has to get better, oh please get better"-this frustrated me, and it reminded me when I first read Loamhedge, Triss or Doomwyte. So I continued out of respect for Mr. Jacques work, thinking the story would magically jump alive again, it did for a brief time then fizzled out again. I finished all 365 pages (on the nook it's 365 instead of 368 pages for some reason) sighed sadly and returned to the real world. All in all, The Sable Quean isn't the worst of the Redwall series and it isn't the best either-it's just on the lower end of the middle sadly. I still plan to purchase any new or upcoming releases (and hopefully Barnes & Noble is listening and will allow e-book formats of ALL the Redwall Series for the nook) in the future. I highly recommend the whole Redwall series-the older releases (1980s-late 1990s) are the most enjoyable and treasured tales.

posted by -LadyinWriting on March 4, 2010

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