One stormy spring day, two young Redwallers stumble upon a skeleton in the woodlands. A party of Abbey creatures meet a pair of wayfarers by night in the depths of Mossflower! Far away on a distant tropical isle Ublaz Mad Eyes sends his fearsome lizards and seascum on a murderous mission to Redwall. So the tale commences and the action unfolds! Where are the clues left by Fermald the Ancient, can Tansy and her friends unravel the riddles and rhymes to ransom the Abbot? Why does Martin the Warrior, son of Mattimeo, undertake a perilous voyage with his brave companions? Who is Grath Longfletch and why do vermin fear her green plumed arrows? The greed of a pine marten who covets the fabulous Tears of all oceans knows no bounds.
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The ninth Redwall novel. The gruesome discovery of a skeleton in Mossflower woods heralds the start of a mystery and a quest. The story unfolds in the secret places of Redwall Abbey, far across the ocean, through storms and iceburgs to the island beyond where the sun sets.Review:
On the Isle of Sampetra, Emperor Ubla, better known as Mad Eyes, sends his lizard army on a mission to capture Redwall. Meanwhile the inhabitants of Redwall are on a mission of their own--to solve the six fiendishly difficult riddles which will lead them to the rose-coloured gems, the Pearls of Lutra. As they get closer to solving to riddles, the lizards get closer to Redwall and a battle to the death begins.
One of the excellent fantasy adventure series about the mystical Redwall and the colourful cast of characters that have embroidered themselves into the soul of Brian Jacques writing, The Pearls of Lutra is a magical, mind-blowing adventure that never disappoints. Jacques expertly weaves his web of intrigue through the pages, capturing the imagination with a stroke of a pen as if he were a wizard with a wand. Challenging, colourful and, most importantly, readable to the point of addiction, The Pearls of Lutra is an absolute must. (9 years and over) --Susan Harrison
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91765366
Book Description Hutchinson, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091765366
Book Description HUTCHINSON, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110091765366