High Rhulain

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High Rhulain
AuthorBrian Jacques
IllustratorDavid Elliot
Cover artistDavid Wyatt
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
SeriesRedwall
GenreFantasy novel
PublisherPuffin (UK) & Philomel (US)
Publication date
2005
Media typePrint (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages352 (UK Hardback) & 341 (US Hardback)
ISBN0-14-138160-4 (UK Hardback) & ISBN 0-399-24208-2 (US Hardback)
OCLC60793890
Preceded byRakkety Tam 
Followed byEulalia! 

High Rhulain is a fantasy book written by Brian Jacques in 2005. It is the eighteenth book in the Redwall series,[1] and was also translated into French and Russian.

Plot[change | change source]

A young female otter named Tiria Wildlough is living at Redwall Abbey. When she gets a vision and riddle from the long-dead hero Martin the Warrior, she sets out with a hare named Cuthbert Blanedale Frunk in search of an island called Green Isle to fight an evil wildcat and lead a bunch of otters to freedom.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Books". Redwall Abbey. 2009-08-24.