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2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious

(The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl novels #2)

4.35  ·  Rating details ·  480 ratings  ·  120 reviews
Squirrel Girl is BACK in an all-new adventure and things are about to get . . . hairy. Thanks to Squirrel Girl, Ana Sofia, and the Squirrel Scouts, the crime rate in New Jersey is at an all time low. It makes for safer streets but also bored-er squirrels. That's why it's super exciting when Doreen's school announces a new mall is being built right next to their town. Mmmm ...more
Hardcover, 323 pages
Published March 6th 2018 by Marvel Press
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Brianna Middle schoolers. The usage of texts and FriendBook, along with abbreviations such as ''tbh'' ''idk'', ect, make it realistic and enjoyable in the…moreMiddle schoolers. The usage of texts and FriendBook, along with abbreviations such as ''tbh'' ''idk'', ect, make it realistic and enjoyable in the perspective of a fourteen year old girl.(less)

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Aug 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Watch out, Spider-Man, I have a new favorite Marvel hero!
Well, maybe not. I really love Spider-Man. Including in this book. I also love Dr. Strange, but alas, he does not warrant a cameo.
REGARDLESS, this book was unexpectedly fantastic. And yes, Kris, I realize I did it again and accidentally read a sequel first. But that is okay because this sequel rocks!
If you love quirky humor and superheroes, I recommend this one. It was a blast to read.
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Okay, i may be slightly biased by my UTTER RELIEF at reading a book I expected would be good and it ACTUALLY BEING GOOD, but this is more of the same cheerful superhero romp as the first book. Recommended for all ages, honestly. More delightful Marvel hero cameos, more delightful squirrel action, more perky footnotes.

And did I mention that I expected to enjoy this book and I ACTUALLY DID? So obviously it also works as a cursebreaker.
Mar 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: media-tie-in
4.5 stars.

As a huge fan of the title character since her creation, I might be biased. But there is no such thing as "Too much Squirrel Girl"!!

This is a worthy sequel to the first novel: the authors carry on Doreens "pre-comics" story in a manner that is enjoyable and entertaining.

There's something refreshing about this character, and her unswervingly optimistic outlook on life in this day and age, and the authors continue to capture a perfect mix of teenage angst coupled with that forementioned
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4.5 stars. This was so fun. So, so fun.

But before I go on and gush about just how enjoyable it was, I need to rant a little, so please bear with me. So...the white MC, Doreen Green lives 2 lives: a typical teen AND also the superhero Squirrel Girl. In her teen life, she's a member of a friend group called the Squirrel Scouts, bonded together by helping out Squirrel Girl and cheering her on. And the Squirrel Scouts have SEEN and TALKED to Squirrel Girl. And the only disguise Doreen pu
Rod Brown
Sep 20, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018-real-books
I should probably give this two stars, but the mere presence of Squirrel Girl is enough to earn a bonus star.

I would probably have enjoyed this much more if it were about a hundred pages shorter. The boring digressions with a cranky teacher, the Squirrel Scouts, and a couple human/animal hybrids were a real drag.

The book works best when it focuses on Squirrel Girl and Ana Sophia's relationship and the actual confrontation with the main villain. The page about the bite strength of squirrels and
Okay so this was amazing and I loved it (FRIENDSHIP! SUSPICIOUS MALLS! INCLUSION! THE UNENDING HORROR OF TALKING TO FRIENDS ABOUT HOW YOU FEEL! SQUIRRELS!) but also I am really sad that no one wants to talk to Winter Soldier and he didn't get to save the day? This was his wheelhouse and he got left out! Buddy!
May 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Thanitos,Rocket,Ana Sofía enamoráh de Thor se pasaron los Dale con este libro.Me alegra saber que ellos adaptarán Captain Marvel<3
Leonard Kim
Mar 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Objectively maybe 4* but I have no critical perspective when it comes to these books. Any book that induces spit-take laughter and so many urges to share best quotes gets 5*.
“What do llamas smell like?” “Chkt.” “Like an ancient terror ready to shed its skin and devour the world? How do you even—”

Squirrel Girl is back! My library finally had this book on their shelves, and I was happy. I didn't have to wait until next year when the paperback would FINALLY come out. I could read it now! Yay!

Now before I start with all the good, gooey, awesome, squirrely, epic stuff, I want to get one thing of my chest.
As there was one thing I didn't like. A thing that changed my rat
Mar 29, 2018 rated it liked it
You can't say Shannon Hale doesn't take notes. This middle-grade sequel comes with less squirrel chapters and footnotes and more superhero texting antics than the first installment and is a much better book because of it. Unlike most of these tie-ins, the teen angle doesn't feel forced or like the author took a regular book and swapped in some comic book names at the last minute.

And, really, how can you hate on a story where Hydra opens a mall?

Sale Hydra
Apr 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
5 stars

Initial thoughts:

Similar to the first book, 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious was highly entertaining, fun and adorable on all levels. I am not very familiar with Squirrel Girl in the comics, but if she's anything like Shannon and Dean Hale's Squirrel Girl, I am a fan!

Full review to come.
Adam Duclos
Aug 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Whoa, even better than the first one!
Mar 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing

The best part of pre-ordering a book and then immediately forgetting its release day is the joyous surprise of getting an email that you can read it RIGHT NOW! So I was already really happy to start this book, and it lived up to its predecessor in sheer delight and hilarity. The plot here involves Doreen and her merry band of friends and friendly squirrels taking on an EVIL SHOPPING MALL. And also Thor hanging out and chatting about socks, and hilarious su
Mar 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Just freaking delightful. Everything I expect from Squirrel Girl along with a wonderfully written mexican-american deaf character, Ana Sofía. In this sequel Thor is now a unofficial member of the Arcos Romero family. They call him tío and Ana Sofía's mother makes him homemade socks. Probably one of the best parts of the book. The overall arc is about nefarious doings during the launch of a new mall in Shady Oaks/Listless Pines. Is something more sinister causing the uptick in fighting and aggres ...more
Mar 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another stellar novelisation of middle-school aged Squirrel Girl. Her friend Ana Sofia is Mexican-American and part of the deaf community. The signing and inclusion even of "tail sign" with teh squirrels is heart-warmingly inclusive. As always; Squirrel Girl is just amazing: proportional strength of a human-sized squirrel and capable of punching anyone evil out of the urge to be evil...but yet she always tries to default to kindness first which; along with the humor, is one of the great reasons ...more
Mar 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Some clever asides about the current divided sociopolitical climate and, er, social media meddlers. Just as hilarious but even cleverer than the first book.
Mar 31, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: fiction
This second book about the adventures of Doreen Green (and her superpowered alter ego, Squirrel Girl) suffers from a case of sequelitis - it tries to capture the sunshiny joy and silliness of the first book, and doesn't succeed quite so often or quite so well. It even pulls off the same gag - an epic list of squirrel army names - except this time, not in the footnotes. Overall, an easy but not hugely engaging read that sketches out Doreen's attempts to fit in in middle school and the miscommunic ...more
Robin Stevens
Sep 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
There are a lot of comic tie-in novels out there, but they don't get better than this. Shannon and Dean Hale get the humour and fast-paced weirdness of the Squirrel Girl comics and they've created some fantastic new characters (Ana Sofia has to be one of the best sidekicks ever). I laughed my way through this second instalment of the series and I can't wait for the next one. (8+)

*Please note: this review is meant as a recommendation only. If you use it in any marketing material, online or anywhe
Sep 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
A wonderful, enjoyable romp. Perfectly in the spirit of the amazing Squirrel Girl, this second YA novel is a delight. Great story, fantastic characters, and wonderful heart-warming friendship. Love it.
Grace Bittle
Sep 01, 2018 rated it it was ok
Shelves: dork, weird
Jun 03, 2018 rated it liked it
Not as interesting a plot as book 1. The amazing humor is what kept me reading, and I’m glad this exists. I love Squirrel Girl and probably will continue to read all things about her.

Just a little disappointed with the whole mall/consumerism/dogs versus cats thing. But, still a ton of a fun.
the squirrels are back for another fun filled superhero romp with much best (human and squirrel) friend shenanigans and so much thor being ridiculous (in person) and spiderman being hilarious (over text).
May 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The second verse just as good as the first.
Mar 21, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: science-fiction
While I think the first book may be a little bit better I'm really glad there is a sequel to this series. It's a lot of fun. Even though it's made for middle schoolers my adult self enjoyed it.
Melinda Beatty
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another fab, middle grade outing for Squirrel Girl with lots of fun Marvel in-jokes and more squirrel names than you can shake a tale at. Big fun.
Estance Moriarty
Mar 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The first book was phenomenal.
This one exceeded all my very-high expectations. The setting already in place, the book fleshed out the characters more deeply, introducing everyday life interpersonnal relationships problems, between best friends, children & parents, students & teachers, in a meaniful & enriching way.
As always, Hale gives us insights to problem-solving, introducing literal conflict & confrontation resolution techniques, advocating dialogue over violence & commu
Apr 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: middle-grade
Still so cute and lovely and STILL MAKES ME DESPERATELY WISH ANA SOFIA WAS IN THE COMICS!! I mean she even started teaching Doreen about computers and said maybe they could both study it at the same college? So please tell me Ana Sofia is safe at some other college and that’s the only reason she’s not in the comics k thx

Also Thor is amazing in this, and of course, all of the tests from the other Avengers.
Becky -  Pug and Books
Apr 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: library-book
2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale

Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Format: library hardcover

Summary: Having established herself as her town's superhero, Doreen Green (or Squirrel Girl), tries to find balance between friends, school and super hero duties. She's excited when a new mall opening is announced but soon sinister connections to the mall have her investigating.

Review: This book is middle grade level but Squirrel Girl is so delightful that that didn't deter me. Really all it mea
Becky B
Things have been pretty quiet since the end of Squirrel Girl's last adventure. Crime is at an all time low in Shady Oaks. A huge difference from pre-Squirrel Girl times. In fact, the neighborhood is now safe enough someone is building a mall between Shady Oaks and Listless Pines. Everyone is excited about the new mall. Especially because the mall builders are holding a contest to determine the mall mascot and either Shady Oaks or Listless Pines' secondary schools will get free pizza. Something f ...more
Tsana Dolichva
Mar 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious by Shannon and Dean Hale is the second Squirrel Girl prose novel, following on from the setting and characters established in the first book, Squirrel Meets World. That said, 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious stands alone fairy well and does not require having read the earlier book to be enjoyed.

Much as expected, this book was fun, light-hearted and humorous. It revisits middle school-aged Squirrel Girl/Doreen Green along with her best human and squirrel friends
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