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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
Aug 12, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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
Apr 21, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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 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
Jul 06, 2011 rated it liked it
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,
Jason Kivela
Sep 23, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Anyone that likes high-fantasy should listen to The Prophet of Panamindorah. There are three books, all great. While the summary makes it sound like it's your typical "kid falls into a fantasy world" kinda of story, it ends up being more focused on the politics and events of a war between the races. Yet with a lot of action. Very well done, and a good original world. There is enough classical fantasy elements that people can understand, but enough new races and world rules that it's interesting.
Feb 11, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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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