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Publisher's Summary

Waldo's on the run again. He escapes Melissa's grasp but is marked by her Death Seal. What is there to do but keep going forward? Follow Waldo, Alice, and Gronk as they deal with spies, smugglers, and giant monsters. Meanwhile, Melissa has problems of her own back in Torikai. While in the land of Dark Mages, Lilith begins putting her plans into action.

Waldo finds himself in a port city with no one willing to take him and his party where he needs to go. Just what will he have to do to get passage? If you're desperate enough, you can always find someone willing to make a deal.

Waldo may be down, but he's not out. And we all know there's nothing more ferocious and terrifying than a desperate rabbit!

©2019 Nelson Chereta (P)2019 Tantor

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  • free42
  • 30-10-19

Great but too short

The book was great but unfortunately it was too short. Hopefully the next book will come out soon.

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  • Michael T.
  • 09-01-20

Great Series But...

First off, I love the series. If you haven’t read or listened to the first three books, do so before this one. However, if you have read them and enjoyed them, hold off on purchasing this one. When the fourth book was finally released, I hurried through my current book at the time to get to this one. As always, I started with book one and savored going through the series only to be disappointed at the end with book four.

I understand that this does not help the author, whom in my opinion should be somewhat bashful about this particular book, and many fanboys will gnash their teeth and rend their garments in anger. I also know the author had some medical issues prior to this being published as I follow him on Facebook and that hindered his ability to write. Also, perhaps this had a deadline. They can all can get mad, throw a hissy fit, and complain that this will hurt the author’s sales. The author can do that or he could get back down to it and put out a book worth the money I pay for it.

After three solid books I eagerly looked forward to the next in the series to not only be disappointed by the size after a long wait but also the amount of content.
Honestly, when you just compare the length of the other books in the series, you can see that this was half-finished and that is the way it felt. Very little actually happened to the main character in this book and the majority of it was him traveling on a boat, and no wonder considering the size. It also had a fair bit of side content, which only made the matter worse. I want story progression not just lore/world building.

Maybe he’ll be mad and demand that I not continue purchasing his books. I will do no such thing. I will purchase the next and I will leave an honest review even giving him the benefit of the doubt. I just cannot stand when author’s put out this kind of content. Stop it. Publish it when it is finished- deadline or not- and not before. Give the fans content worth their money and make them loyal or suffer the wrath of a bad or mediocre review.

I do look forward to the next but make it worth our time and money. Thanks.

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  • That Guy
  • 16-12-19

Too short to be 5 stars.

I was excited to continue the story of the great and terrible rabbit but in the end I felt cheated and short changed. It's not a bad story it just feels like half of a story.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-11-19

Way too short.

I love the series of books plus the characters and performance I'm like a crack feen need another hit.

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  • Barbara
  • 27-04-21

Filler

I greatly enjoy this series however this book honestly feels like a cash grab filler book. Almost nothing happens, it's incredibly short, and ontop of all that it straight up steals jack sparrow and the plot of pirates of the caribbean and shodly throws that in. Not as a one off joke mind you, no as a central part of the plot. I really hope the author doesn't do this again or I will be dropping there books.

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  • ethiopianvampire
  • 31-03-21

I Want Another One

This isn't the best in the series, but I like the series as a whole. Sure, they're kind of short, which is a point against them, but these books make me laugh. Please release another one.

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  • Jason
  • 17-03-21

Good story but too short

As many others have said this book is too short, that’s its biggest weakness in my opinion.

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  • Colby Henry
  • 23-02-21

this series is a mess

so is book with 2 b stories and the main cast on a c story. the first B story is set during the events of the last book and honestly feel like they were supposed to be in the last book but were cut. the second is interesting with the fall out of the riots but aren't enough to carry the story and the c plot involves the main cast going through 2 chapters of events and a lot of pirates of the Caribbean jokes that honestly brought the book down since it was less jokes and more ripping off the characters but not like the movie characters the kingdom hearts version of the characters. which brings me to this, where is this story going. 4 books in and the main cast are all in the same spot they were in book 2 character wise.

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  • SuSuz
  • 27-01-20

3.5

Yes, worth a credit, even though it is a short 6 hours. I have loved this series and have thoroughly enjoyed the adventures of Waldo, Alice, and Belle.
But ... the tone and character growth of opening scene with Waldo and Alice is a one hit scene. Back to formula characterisation afterwards. I must admit that Melissa is being more rounded out as she turns pragmatically callous.
But ... the parts with Lilith and the Posiondaggers felt rushed with little depth to her plots or to the new characters.
But ... Where is Grandfather? Where is Sir Lancel? What's up with Walter?
But ... this particular title will not age well with the digs at contemporary politics, with Pirates of the Caribbean apperances, and the disdain towards organized religion, particularly Christianity.
But ... I rolled my eyes a bit too much, taking me out of the story.
But ... I don't read books like this for clever commentary on real life. I read books like these for escapism, for rollicking fantasy adventures, for optimistic triumphs of an underdog protagonist.

Overall, I chuckled and outright laughed more than I rolled my eyes. For the most part I am happy enough because I wanted more Waldo. This book is a sweet appetizer, not a meal (6 hours is a disappointing length) there's just a small whiff of bitter cynicism to mar my delight. This book doesn't advance the story much, but if you are a fan of the prior three titles, get this one too.
May the Great Rabbit be with you.

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  • Joseph Reekie
  • 07-01-20

yet another great book!

I have been fan of the series for a while now and I can't wait for the next one to come out.