Quick as a Bunny

Quick as a Bunny By Gregg Schwartzkopf, Quick as a Bunny After beating the school s most obnoxious senior at his own game Cass and his friends experience fame with varying degrees of appreciation Just as the whole school s paying attention to Cass a rogue
  • Title: Quick as a Bunny
  • Author: Gregg Schwartzkopf
  • ISBN: 9781310402685
  • Page: 331
  • Format: ebook
  • Quick as a Bunny By Gregg Schwartzkopf, After beating the school s most obnoxious senior at his own game, Cass and his friends experience fame with varying degrees of appreciation Just as the whole school s paying attention to Cass, a rogue sorcerer casts a curse changing him and Rodger into rabbits Now Cass must guard his true identity, find the mage, and break the spell before he and his friend succumb to peAfter beating the school s most obnoxious senior at his own game, Cass and his friends experience fame with varying degrees of appreciation Just as the whole school s paying attention to Cass, a rogue sorcerer casts a curse changing him and Rodger into rabbits Now Cass must guard his true identity, find the mage, and break the spell before he and his friend succumb to permanent bunny brain.
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    About "Gregg Schwartzkopf"

    1. Gregg Schwartzkopf

      Gregg is a native New Yorker, just barely He grew up on the St Lawrence Seaway a stone s throw from the Canadian border But he has lived nearly 30 years in Brooklynd you can t get New York than that He commutes to New Jersey for work and spends considerable time in imaginary places as a reader, FRP Gamer and writer.

    528 thoughts on “Quick as a Bunny”

    1. It s impossible to review book 2 without comparing it to book 1, so that s where I ll begin Book 1 was a bit on the entertaining side, with loads of humor as Cass adjusts to his life in the mortal realm Book 2 is complex, and has less humor, focusing instead on a serious plot.There are still enough humorous elements to put a smile on any reader s face The idea of being turned into a bunny by an evil sorcerer is a bit ridiculous, but if you enjoyed book 1 enough to read book 2, that means you [...]


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