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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school, Fiction, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian Jacques; David Elliot
|ISBN:||0399242082 9780399242083 9780756977634 0756977630|
|Description:||341 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Forgotten tome --
Fool of the sea --
Across the western sea.
|Responsibility:||Brian Jacques ; illustrated by David Elliot.|
Summary (part 2 of 2): To keep their families safe, the rebels move to Holt Summerdell. Leatho and other otter warriors then try to liberate the enslaved otters in Riggu Felis's fortress. After talking with the enslaved otters and realizing they cannot escape yet, he tries to escape the slave compound and regroup. However, Riggu outsmarts and corners him. He then imprisons him in a cage hanging outside of his tower, only to release him if his companions surrender. The Redwallers continue to solve riddles from Sister Geminya at the Abbey, finding Corriam Wildlough's lance and the High Rhulain's coronet. However, a gannet is living in the room where these artifacts are found, and it attacks. Thankfully, the bird has an injured wing and cannot fly; the Redwallers manage to move him outside of the gates. During this time, Groffgut sneaks into the Abbey and kills Brinty, then Groffgut is slain by Skipper Banjon. Brantalis Skyfurrow, a visiting goose that had been hurt at Green Isle, flies the coronet to Tiria at Green Isle. After Tiria and the Long Patrol arrive at Green Isle, they meet the Otterclans who revere Tiria as High Rhulain. With the help of Pandion Piketalon and Brantalis, Leatho is freed and the battle begins. The lead otters include Leatho Shellhound, Lorgo Galedeep, Kolun Galedeep, and Banya Streamdog. The Long Patrol hares manage to free the slaves, who also join the battle. Tiria spots Riggu Felis, who kills Pandion Piketalon in revenge for his disfigurement. Tiria takes the iron barb she found when she met Pandion, hurls it at the wildcat, and kills him, fulfilling her vow. Afterwards, the Otterclans and the hares continue to win a great victory. Pitru sets up a barricade on the edge of the Deeplough to repel the hares and otters and take control of Green Isle for himself. However, Cuthbert manages to pole vault over the wall. While enduring Bloodwrath, the hare kills most of the cats and sends the rest (including himself) into the Deeplough itself, the home of Riggu's monster Slothunog. Cuthbert manages to kill the beast before dying. The otters honor the dead according to tradition by putting the bodies on a raft, sailing it into the center of the lake in Green Isle, and then sinking it. Once Tiria learns of the death of Brinty, Leatho gives her a small wooden statue of a mouse which she puts with the other fallen warriors. Tiria then begins her reign of Green Isle from Holt Summerdell. - Redwall Wiki.
Following a dream, the young ottermaid Tiria travels from Redwall to the Green Isle, where otters have long been enslaved by feral cats but fight back as they await the High Rhulain, a savior whose coming was foretold.