I'd rate it 8.5/10 on my personal scale.
It was a wonderful read. I don't remember when I last got excited reading a book. I love Hazel, Bigwig, Fiver and Hyzenthlay, and oh man Woundwort was a pain in the ass. I've read that the author, in an AMA, said he wish he would have wrote General Woundwort to be an anti-hero with reasons for being so, so I wonder what could have been.
It's amazing that such a great book started out as a man's tale that he made up and told his daughters, who convinced him to write it down as a book.
What were your thoughts on it, if you've read it before? And any recommendations for similar books?
May Frith be with you and bless El-ahrairah.