Wolflings and Wizards (Prophet of Panamindorah #2)
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Wolflings and Wizards (Prophet of Panamindorah #2)

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Things have gone horribly wrong for the fauns at the spring festival of Lupricasia. A princess has been kidnapped, and visiting feline dignitaries have been blamed for the kidnapping. Corry, the young wizard shape shifter who saw the kidnapping, has been sent hurdling over a waterfall at a deadly height. Meanwhile the wolfling bandits who unwittingly hold the clues that wo...more
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Lil Bone
I really enjoyed this book and am so glad that I didn't stop after book one cause this is where all the action happens! It took book one to get attached to the characters so in book two I was distraught and even on the edge of my seat as the characters dangle in deaths grasp. The addition of Leesha and Tolomy really added a lot. I instantly loved them and that made it all the more interesting and intense as they chose which ways they would go.
I'm going to listen to book three now cause I have to...more
The plot in Wolflings and Wizards is definitely a lot more fast-paced than it was in Fauns and Filinians. From the first sentence, it's pretty much non-stop action. The book also breaks off and covers several different events happening at the same time - Corry and the cubs, Syrill and Lexis, Jubal, Chance and Laylan, the wolflings...so much going on to keep track of! It's not even really a matter of plots and subplots, because everything directly effects the storyline. By the end of the book tho...more
Miramira Endevall
Okay, the plot is *finally* going somewhere, which is nice. There are some moments of extremely lovely writing and world-building in this book; you can hear the writer mature before your very ears. However, I do have a minor, picky, linguistic rant:

Hilton has come up with some interesting names, such as Lavenleigh, Sharanzul, Corellion, etc. At least, that's how I would expect them to be spelled. However, when reading the chapter summaries I discovered that they are actually spelled Sharon-zool,...more
Let me say this... The author loves a cliff hanger. Geez! I wasn't fond of how book 1 ended with Cory going over the falls... And how book 2 didn't catch up with Cory for many many chapters. That criticism aside, I really like the world Abigail created.
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When Abigail Hilton flopped, gasping, onto the beach of a tiny, unnamed key off the Florida coast, she was grateful that her audience included only a handful of sea gulls, a raccoon, and one very surprised panther. The panther fled, along with the raccoon, but one of the curious sea gulls hopped over to have a closer look at her. Moments later, now sticky with blood and feathers, she dragged herse...more
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