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The Unusual Suspects by Michael Buckley
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Jun 03, 11

bookshelves: childrens, fantasy, fairy-tale
Read from June 02 to 03, 2011

Oh.

My.

God.

This book was SO good! Also, I'll just say that I didn't see the end coming at all! It is difficult to review this book without revealing spoilers. Most of my feelings remain true from my first review. I do think that Michael Buckley has definitely set himself apart from "Fables" in this second book. He also tackled some heavy issues such as prejudice and grief and the complicated relationships between children and their parents in this second book as well. I was delighted at the maturity of the themes to counterbalance most of what Puck does:-)

This book leaves me NO choice but to read the third book!

God Bless Michael Buckley!
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Michael Buckley
“I didn't do it,' he insisted.
'Then why did you run?' Sabrina asked.
'And send rabbits to eat us! I'm a seven-year-old girl,' Daphne said. 'Do you know how important bunny rabbits are to me?”
Michael Buckley, The Unusual Suspects


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bookme4life Just finished the book, and I was totally creeped out by the end!


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