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It s impossible to review book 2 without comparing it to book 1 so that s where I ll begin Book 1 without comparing it to book 1 so that s where I ll begin Book 1 a bit on the entertaining side with loads of humor as Cass adjusts to his life in the mortal realm Book 2 is complex and has less humor focusing instead on a serious plotThere are still enough humorous elements to put a smile on any reader s face The idea of being turned into a bunny by an evil sorcerer is a bit ridiculous but if you enjoyed book 1 enough to read book 2 that means you have a ood sense of humor I found the rabbit moments uite amusing and the possibility of a mind desc. After
Beating The School’s Most Obnoxious Senior At His Own Game the school’s most obnoxious senior at his own ame and his friends
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I Was Never DisappointedThis Installment Gives Awas never disappointedThis installment ives a depth look at the Realm of Fae and its history I also ot a better look at the different roups of people trying to protect both realms This is definitely a case of not judging a book by its cover Usually two cartoonish rabbits means a lighthearted perhaps childish story That s not what you John for Everyone: Part One, Chapters 1-10 get with this book This is high fantasy worthy world building told without the boring info dumps or slow spots There s a lot of story crammed into these pagesI wasiven a free copy in exchange for an honest review. Ts Now Cass must uard his true identity find the mage and break the spell before he and his friend succumb to permanent bunny bra. .
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Ending into pure bunny mode
was certainly laugh worthy Also "A SEVERE RABBIT BITE AND A "severe rabbit bite and a of Canadian Magiccertainly laugh worthy Also a severe rabbit bite and a suspicion of Canadian Magic to the overall humor of the storyThe majority of the book focuses on a serious level
though I felt like I ot to know the Interloper much better in this book and II felt like I Betting on Ideas: Wars, Inventions, Inflation got to know the Interloper much better in this book and I why he works so hard at his job The broader picture and what s at stake come across clearly and though the book moves at a very fast pace there is uite a complex scenario taking place It could have been longer and fledging out the action scenes a bit would have been nice But I didn t lose my way and th. Preciation Just as the whole school’s paying attention to Cass a rogue sorcerer casts a curse changing him and Rodger into rabbi.