Philomel (2001), 438 pages
A young otter, kidnapped in his infancy and raised as a warrior-thief by a band of vermin, leaves the tribe and goes off to seek adventures of his own.
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438 p.; 6.5 inches
LibraryThing member Aaronh3
an awsome book about an oter that was taken from his father when he was a baby. he is then raised by some villains but even though he was raised by them he still has the good in him. this is a great hook and you wont stop until its done.
LibraryThing member Mrs.Williams
Brian Jacques fourteenth book in his Redwall series has a special place in my heart after finishing it. The tale of a mothers love for her son through think and thin, a taste of adventure for a mole and an otter, and a brave harvest mouse are all in this installment chock full of twists and turns
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LibraryThing member jjvors
[Taggerung] is another great addition to the Redwall chronicles. [[Brian Jacques]] does a good job creating a new wrinkle--a kidnapped otter babe becomes the destined head of vermin: the Taggerung. How he grows up, what happens then and afterward makes the interesting substance of the book. Add in
Show Morea colorful hare, adventerous mouse, delicious food and a book long mystery about who the next abbess will be, and you have one of Mr. Jacques' better works.
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