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I wonder if anyone here is a fan of the Redwall series by the recently deceased Brian Jacques. Its a fantasy world of anthropomorphic mice, hares, badgers, rats etc. I figured if people are fans of Starfox animorphs,there may be redwall fans as well. Anyone?

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AJC INCOMING! BRACE FOR FANBOYISM!

I read them way back when, and enjoyed them, but recently tried reading some more and just couldn't get into them like I used to. Might be because I was reading the mouse books instead of badger books. The badgers were badasses.

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Read the majority of the books, though quite a bit of time has passed since I last looked at them. It's a shame Mr. Jacques passed though; especially considering he was partway through another book.

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ahem, may i say mah self? why the blinkin second i heard Red Wall i was like a dibbun hopped on candied chestnuts. mah names Alexander Hamilton Jakeson Richard Cullen The thrid at ye service. I belive i'm count'in 9 years long patrol red wall read'in an'da all that jolly got stuff, wot wot!

hare speak aside, I believe i can claim to be our local red wall nut. i eat, dream, sleep, and talk red wall. for aslong as some can remember i have had only red wall avatars and more often then not martin ones.

but i believe crazy fool also has red a few red walls as well as emperor of laylat.

edit: btw, i own this topic now >:]

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I'd be lying if I said that I read every book, but of the ones I have read I enjoyed them enough to re-read them later. Although I'm not so much of a fan now, I still consider myself one and it was a shame to hear about Brian.

Oh look at that, I am mentioned in the above post.

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Im not sure if anyone else agrees with me, but I feel his books got a little worse every time he aged. Idk Redwall the first seemed so different than the others. Like it was written a long time ago. Also it seemed to take place in the actual middle ages where English peasents lived ( hence the horse and cart, with the rats all the same size as rats irl). I guess he got a little formulaic and static is what I noticed. And what exactly is the hares' dialect? British officer from early 1900s or something?

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I was introduced to the series recently. I love it. So I'm a fan, I guess. But, I haven't read every single book in the series.

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