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  1. Siberith

    Siberith Member

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    Has anyone read the ole' RedWall books?

    Discussion in 'Book Discussion' started by Siberith, Apr 1, 2011.

    I know they might seem pretty childish now, but they were one of my favorite series to read as I was a kid. Oh so much imagination, so much things to do. Anywho, has anyone ever read the series?
     
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    I have! Wow, it has been awhile! I got the first few books from my parents some years ago for Christmas. I mean to eventually go back and reread them. I remember them being very good. Which book was your favorite?
     
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    I think I read them, but I can't remember them now. The Narnia books were my thing as a kid.

    I think the cover to Pearls of Lutra inspired a character for my animation class.
     
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    I didn't get to start the Redwall books until I was an adult but they make for fun adventures. Reminded me of how much I enjoyed similar novels when I was a kid like the Rats of Nymh series.
     
  5. Siberith

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    They were all good to me. The first one made you wonder very much; but Martin the Warrior was probably my most enjoyable to read.
     

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