Watership Down Books In Publication Order
- Watership Down (1972)
- Tales from Watership Down (1996)
Beklan Empire Books In Publication Order
- Shardik (1974)
- Maia (1984)
Standalone Novels In Publication Order
- The Tyger Voyage (1976)
- The Plague Dogs (1977)
- The Girl in a Swing (1980)
- The Legend of Te Tuna (1982)
- Traveller (1988)
- The Outlandish Knight (1999)
- Daniel (2006)
Short Story Collections In Publication Order
- The Iron Wolf and Other Stories (1980)
- The Unbroken Web: Stories and Fables (1980)
Picture Books In Publication Order
- The Ship’s Cat (1977)
- The Adventures of Egg Box Dragon (2017)
Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order
- Nature Through the Seasons (1975)
- Nature Day and Night (1978)
- Voyage Through the Antarctic (With: ) (1982)
- A Nature Diary (1985)
- The Day Gone By: An Autobiography (1990)
- Antarctica (1990)
Anthologies In Publication Order
- Grimm’s Fairy Tales (1909)
- Sinister and Supernatural Stories / Sinister and Unnatural Stories (1978)
- Richard Adams’s Favorite Animal Stories (1981)
- Occasional Poets (1986)
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Richard Adams Books Overview
One of the most beloved novels of our time, Watership Down is an epic journey, a stirring tale of adventure, courage, and survival. Fiver could sense danger. Something terrible was going to happen to the warren; he felt sure of it. So did his brother, Hazel, for Fiver’s sixth sense was never wrong. They had to leave immediately, and they had to persuade the other rabbits to join them. And so begins a long and perilous journey of survival for a small band of rabbits. As the rabbits skirt danger at every turn, we become acquainted with the band, its humorous characters, and its compelling culture. Fiver’s vision finally leads them to Watership Down, an upland meadow. But here they face their most difficult challenges of all. A stirring epic of courage and survival against the odds, Watership Down is also an exciting adventure story and an involving allegory about freedom, ethics, and even human nature, in what has become a beloved classic for all ages. This modern classic has been adapted to film, TV, and theater.
Nearly a quarter of a century after the publication of Watership Down one of the century’s best loved works of imaginative literature the superb storyteller Richard Adams re enters that unique and special world to tell us about the lives of the rabbits after their defeat of General Woundwort. Tales from Watership Down includes some of the great folk stories known to all rabbits of the Down. Dandelion, the rabbits master storyteller, relates the thrilling adventures of El ahrairah, the mythical rabbit hero, and his stalwart friend Rabscuttle during the long journey home after their terrible encounter with the Black Rabbit of Inle. We meet again the other rabbits of the Down Hazel, Fiver, Bigwig, Groundsel and hear their enchanting stories. All listeners the millions who remember Watership Down with the deepest affection, and those for whom this volume will be their first encounter with the rabbits will find these tales utterly compelling, the fruit of Richard Adams’s spellbinding narrative power and ability to conjure up a world that is at the same time both real and unreal. The stories recorded for this AudioBook are: Sense of Smell, Rabbit’s Ghost Story, Speedwell’s Story, Story of the Great Marsh, Story of the Terrible Hay Making, Stonecrop, and Campion. Nigel Havers is one of England’s leading film and television actors. He starred in Chariots of Fire, A Passage to India, and Empire of the Sun, and has played many leading roles in PBS productions, including Upstairs Downstairs, Edward VII, and Don’t Wait Up. Tales from Watership Down is available in hardcover from Alfred A. Knopf.
‘Shardik is a powerful work, dipping deep into old forms allegory, epic, myth resonating in the caverns of the readers’ unconscious…
It is an exciting story, the adventures compelling.’ Los Angeles Times ‘Grips with suspense, haunts with mystery…
a memorable work, not to be read once only but to be reread as loved books are…
a human saga.’ The Wall Street Journal Richard Adams’s Watership Down was a number one bestseller, a stunning work of the imagination, and an acknowledged modern classic. In Shardik Adams sets a different yet equally compelling tale in a far off fantasy world. Shardik is a fantasy of tragic character, centered on the long awaited reincarnation of the gigantic bear Shardik and his appearance among the half barbaric Ortelgan people. Mighty, ferocious, and unpredictable, Shardik changes the life of every person in the story. His advent commences a momentous chain of events. Kelderek the hunter, who loves and trusts the great bear, is swept on by destiny to become first devotee and then prophet, then victorious soldier, then ruler of an empire and priest king of Lord Shardik Messenger of God only to discover ever deeper layers of meaning implicit in his passionate belief in the bear’s divinity. A gripping tale of war, adventure, horror and romance, Shardik, on a deeper level, is a remarkable exploration of mankind’s universal desire for divine incarnation.
The adventures of two young inexperienced Tygers who set out from Victorian England into the timeless unknown.
Richard Adams, the author of Watership Down, creates a lyrical and engrossing tale, a remarkable journey into the hearts and minds of two canine heroes, Snitter and Rowf. After being horribly mistreated at a government animal research facility, Snitter and Rowf escape into the isolation and terror of the wilderness. Aided only by a fox they call ”the Tod,” the two dogs must struggle to survive in their new environment. When the starving dogs attack some sheep, they are labeled ferocious man eating monsters, setting off a great dog hunt that is later intensified by the fear that the dogs could be carriers of the bubonic plague.
Examines the events of the Civil War through the eyes of General Robert E. Lee’s closest companion and devoted horse, Traveller.
Raymond, a wandering minstrel with a message for Henry Tudor, spends the night in a small West Country village. Before he leaves, he kills tha mason and steals his wife. His only escape is to fight for the Tudor cause, and join the forces massing to challenge Richard of York.
First American Edition stated,1980 by Crown Publishers
The adventures and brave deeds of a cat living aboard a ship sailing along the Spanish Main.
Describes the animals, birds, trees, and flowers that the amateur naturalist is likely to encounter in each season.
From the land of fantastical castles, vast lakes and deep forests, the Brothers Grimm collected a treasury of enchanting folk and fairy stories, full of giants and dwarfs, witches and princesses, magical beasts and cunning children. From classics such as ‘The Frog Prince’ and ‘Hansel and Gretel’ to the delights of ‘Ashputtel’ or ‘Old Sultan’, all hold a timeless magic which has enthralled children for centuries.