- File Size: 2588 KB
- Print Length: 605 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010Y6SD7Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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The Adventures of Fawn: Book 2: The Ona Pendulum Kindle Edition
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After reading book one in the series, I mistakenly expected this to follow the same tone. Books are not always what is expected and that is a good thing! That's what they are supposed to do, challenge us! The author crafted a very unique, complicated, and fascinating journey surrounding the beginnings of Santa Claus and friends. This book made me think, and my favorite part was Bunny's spunk, always a fun character. If you expect this to be like every other Christmas, or Santa book, it will wonderfully surprise you. So leave all expectations behind, grab a cup of hot cocoa and open the first page with a fresh mind.
While, the first book mainly focused on the woods surrounding Santa's workshop, this story took readers to a new location and back in time. It was not all fun and games but had some more substance to the story. Yet, readers will enjoy this story just as much as they did the first book.
I loved the cast of colorful characters that Fawn got to meet during her adventures. The key element of the story is friendship, and some of the messages Fawn gets taught during the course of the book are very inspiring.
A fun book that children will enjoy, and that sets everyone in the mood for the holiday season.