• Paperback
  • ISBN 9780142414958
  • 400 Pages
  • Firebird
  • 10 and up


The golden fox Vizka Longtooth and his scurrilous crew of Sea Raiders are bound for plunder and conquest; in their ship?s hold, a young badger lies captive. At the same time, the aged badger lord of Salamandastron has sent forth a haremaid, questing for his successor. A brownrat chieftain, with his savage horde, ravages Mossflower Country. The fate of all these creatures, good and evil, is caught up in this saga of war and destiny. The war cry thunders out across the land?Eulalia!


Brian Jacques
Brian Jacques
Brian Jacques
Brian Jacques


20 years of the “Redwall” series by Brian Jacques: all hail Eulalia!

Redwall was first published in the UK in 1986 and in the USA in 1987. Brian Jacques wrote the book initially to entertain the children at Liverpool’s Royal Wavertree School for the Blind. In 2007 the hardcover of Eulalia! was published to great acclaim by Philomel Books as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of this wonderful series.

And now, we celebrate the paperback of Eulalia!

Here’s what Brian Jacques himself has to say:

Good Grief! Is it actually 20 years since I first wrote Redwall? Twenty years, matey—two decades, a score, or eighty seasons, as the creatures of Mossflower would say. Do you know, I’ve enjoyed every moment of it! I feel deeply honored to have been selected by fate as the Recorder of Redwall Abbey, especially now that it is published worldwide—imagine all those different languages, and how many friends I’ve made. But none more so than my Redwallers in the good old U.S. of A. I really look forward to my annual American tour, what a great place! So, mates, here’s to the next eighty seasons. Oh, don’t you worry, I’ll still be finding more tales for you from the “Redwall” saga, for all my young (and some not so young) friends who love to read them. If I ever do have to retire, I think I’ll go to Salamandastron, and become a fierce old Badger Lord. Meanwhile, mateys, you keep reading ‘em and I’ll keep writing ‘em. Just for you!

—Brian Jacques

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