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Taggerung (Redwall Series #14)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2012

    Blaze

    Won't be on, holidays!-Blaze

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2005

    Not as good as others

    Not a hit, nor a miss, this one is somewhere in the middle. To me it felt in a sense like Marlfox. The Story for the most part is excellent. A great page turner. Near the middle, however, everything seems to somewhat fall apart. You will find plot holes. The Redwall part of the story seems stupid and could of been better told. The whole trying-to-find-my-old-home thing is very nice and pretty original. When I got to the end, however, it threw back to Marlfox with the whole routine of Kill-of-the-main-villian-and-introduce-a-new-one. After that everything felt rushed and left me with a stupid climax while reintroducing another hero from another one of his book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2002

    Didn't Think Much of it

    I really didn't think much of Taggerung. It was an okay book, written in the same style as Jacques' other stories, with wonderful descriptive scenes and all the other stuff that makes him a great writer, but there were a few things i didn't like, such as there being no main villain that threatened Redwall, and no horde of villains to challenge the peace. But now, even as I write this, I suppose that the same plot over and over might get boring. I think that probably the only thing that made me dislike the book was that it was not what I expected. I didn't expect the pacifistic story of an otter roaming around the countryside looking for his family. Even that plot, I think, wasn't really up to par for what it could have been. The story was well put together, but I think perhaps the Redwall series has almost reached an end. Of course, that's just me. And I have no idea what other plots Jacques may be thinking up of right now. In conclusion, Taggerung was a pretty good book, but I don't think I would reccommed it above any of the other Redwall books.

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