Not sure if I spelt his surname right... but has anyone read any of his books? Or more importantly the Redwall series? I started reading them when I was young and loved them to pieces and I still love them now! They're so gripping and original and even 'The Castaway of the Flying Dutchman' and 'The Angels' Command' were excellent too.
Oooh. I love his books. I never read anything besides the redwall ones. I have every redwall book. I am currently rerererereading The Legend of Luke.
His last name is jacques you just messed up the c-q.
I've never read him, but PBA/PBS a public broadcasting station used to show a cartoon series of 'Redwall'. I used to watch it every Sunday morning. The cartoon was really good, almost makes me want to read the book. If you want I think you can search and find a DVD or VHS of the 'Redwall' cartoon series.
Heh, good ol' stories of rodent on rodent volence. Man, I always got hungry when they started describing the feasts over in redwall. Always vegtarian too, weren't they? I'm pretty sure they were, but in anycase, yes, I used to read them as a child.
I'd read them all as a kid, but I sold them all recently, definitely recommend them for young teenagers though
It's been a while since I've read anything new by him. Did he ever put out that recipe book that was promised a few years ago? I'd love some of the cordials and stuff described in the books. Especially the pies.