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Max and the Banjo Ferret

(Max and the Multiverse #3)

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Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B07GVPYLT6

A wise tiger once said that you should never shift on a world that you don’t want to inhabit for the rest of your life. Good advice, especially when visiting a jungle planet full of lizard bears.

Max learns an extraordinary truth about his furry companion while stranded on said planet, but there is no time to dilly-dally because he
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Published August 28th 2018 by Mayhematic Press
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S. Thomas
Jan 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Max finally understands girls! In this third installment he learns more about the fairer sex than most slacker boys care to know.

Have you read Max and the Multiverse and Max and the Snoodlecock? If yes, I’m honestly surprised you are reading this review instead of diving right in! Oh, are you such a fan of Science Fantasy Hub that you hang on my every word? I can relate. I’m am a huge fanboy myself after all! If you honestly need the reassurance that Wheeler doesn’t blunder through Max’s third o
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Geoff Habiger
Mar 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Max and the Banjo Ferret is a fun, fast-paced, adventure that closes out (maybe?) the Max and the Multiverse trilogy. Once again Zachry has created a wonderfully crazy story that pits Max, Zoey, Perra, and Ross against nefarious bad guys - in this case the return of Lord Essien (from book 1) and Nifan "The Dossier" (and a few other titles I can't post in a family-friendly review). I don't want to say more because, well SPOILERS, but Max and Ross must find a way off of the planet Yankar and reuni ...more
Joyce Hertzoff
Jan 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
A rollicking adventure

Max, Ross, Perra, and Zoey are at it again. This one wasn't quite as funny as the other two in the series. Still lots of fun characters and situations as they start and end a war in the Terramesh.
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Hamish Downie
Wheeler is a creative and intelligent writer. Considering that this series inhibits the "Multi-Verse", the decision made at the end of book two was a necessary one to fulfil the promise of the title. But, I can't say that I enjoyed the way in which the author chooses to get things "back to normal". To me, this book jumped the proverbial shark with that decision. The secret reveals about the cat in turn robs the reader of any suspense about the safety of the main character. I feel that a good edi ...more
Zachry Wheeler
Aug 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Max and the Multiverse is a sci-fi comedy series about a bumbling nerd who shifts between parallel universes whenever he falls asleep.

Max and the Banjo Ferret is book three in the series and follows our ragtag group of misfits through another wild adventure. One thing I learned while writing this story is that raising the stakes in a saga like this is a welcome yet daunting challenge. In the comedy world, there is a fine line between delightfully absurd and WTF. I think I managed to walk that li
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