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The Ribbajack: and Other Haunting Tales It s entertaining, but definitely for young children. great read for those who like short stories have read other Jaques books and this one doesn t disappoint either. Best EPub, The Ribbajack And Other Haunting Tales Author Brian Jacques This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Ribbajack And Other Haunting Tales, Essay By Brian Jacques Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Boring AF Made it to page 15 YA but like children s book Too easy and very boring Thats the scary part How boring it is Its so boring i don t even care what the hell a ribbajack is Disappointed Again PS I write reviews for myself I think theyre marked private, but if youre reading this, i messed up Anyway, 15 pages IS enough of a chance to know its not gonna get better. what garbage language was hard to follow, and the characters weren t fleshed out at all perhaps this is meant for toddlers It was interesting Not as good as his Redwall books, but definatly worth the time if you like fun stories with a scary twist. Attempt at horror stories I liked Miggy Mags and the Malabar Sailor. Book Talk This collection of short stories may be by the author of Redwall, but if you re looking for cuddly animals you re looking in the wrong place These stories mostly revolve around school aged human youth and the creatures that do appear in the stories are anything but cuddly If you want to find out what a Ribbajack is and what it can do, then pick up this book I d wait until day light to read it, though.Rocks my Socks These stories are wonderfully atmospheric and perfectly capture the horror that literature has taught me to associate with English boarding schools and the countryside of Great Britain and Ireland in general Thank goodness I was raised in America On a serious note, these stories have a dahl esque sense of dark justice that I simply adore The sense of justice, albeit dark, means that there are also some nice little morals in the stories Also like Dahl, the stories are definitely dark, but they re actually not terribly violent The violent bits that do exist are mostly left up to the imagination rather than described in detail, which I prefer.Rocks in my Socks As much as I enjoyed the atmosphere of these stories the pacing was a bit slow at times I started reading this book in the spring and only finished it in November The stories were good and I enjoyed them when I eventually sat down to read one, but I never felt particularly compelled to keep on reading Every Book its Reader I d recommend this to fans of suspense horror or anyone with a taste for dark literature The gender of the main characters switches depending on the story so I think it would be great for both boys and girls As I said it s not graphically violent, but it is rather dark I d suggest it for 7th and up.Read of my reviews at Was cleaning out my childhood books, and found this among my Redwall collection I d never read it, so decided to revisit old Brian Jacques I should have just re read a Redwall book instead, though Not really sure who this book is for The dust jacket flap calls the stories inside horror, but none are particularly scary, even for a kid, especially when Goosebumps or Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark exist and would provide fright They don t have any of the charm of Redwall, so fans of that series have little to connect to here The specter of British imperialism looms heavy on some of the stories as well While reading Redwall moles phonetic speech as a child was fun although now looking back I don t know if that had a weird classist element , its a distinctly unpleasant experience to do that for a character from Siam speaking broken English as an adult.

About the Author: Brian Jacques

Brian Jacques pronounced jakes was born in Liverpool, England on June 15th, 1939 Along with forty percent of the population of Liverpool, his ancestral roots are in Ireland, County Cork to be exact.Brian grew up in the area around the Liverpool docks, where he attended St John s School, an inner city school featuring a playground on its roof At the age of ten, his very first day at St.

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