Triss

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Triss  
Author Brian Jacques
Illustrator David Elliot
Cover artist David Wyatt
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Redwall
Genre(s) Fantasy novel
Publisher Viking (UK) & Philomel (US)
Release date 2002
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 416 (UK Hardback) & 400 (US Hardback)
ISBN ISBN 0-670-91067-8 (UK Hardback) & ISBN 0-399-23723-2 (US Hardback)
Sequel to The Taggerung
Prequel to Loamhedge

Triss is a fantasy book written by Brian Jacques in 2002. It is the fifteenth book in the Redwall series. It was also translated into French.

Plot[change | edit source]

A young female squirrel named Trisscar (mostly called Triss) is a slave to a royal family of white ferrets who live in a castle on an island. Along with two other slaves, Shogg (a male otter) and Welfo (a female hedgehog), Triss escapes from the island. The evil ferrets chase Triss and her friends. Triss and Shogg join forces with warriors from Redwall Abbey and the mountain Salamandastron, and together, the woodland creatures fight rats, ferrets, snakes, and more in their fight for freedom.