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Bubba's mama came to him for help, and now he's got absent mama drama!

Why did his mother abandon her family all those years ago?

What is this about a sister?

And what does she mean she's a fairy princess?

Does this mean Bubba is a fairy? That's just weird.

Bubba, Agent Amy, Skeeter, Uncle Father Joe, and Mama have to go to FairyLand to save Bubba's sister from Puck, the trickster from Midsummer. He's kidnapped baby sis and is going to use her as leverage against Mad Queen Mab. Or maybe against Titania and Oberon. Or maybe he's got some other plan up his squirrelly sleeves.

To get his sister back, Bubba has to travel all over the south to find a way to get Into the Mystic.

©2017 John G. Hartess (P)2017 Falstaff Books

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No surprise here, a GREAT Novella about Bubba!

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

So, if you've read/listened to the rest of this series, you'll love this one just as much. This follows right on the heals of the cliffhanger ending of the last season. I just wish this was longer and part of a 4th season so I could continue the story! John Solo did a great job as well with making you feel like you're watching an episode of a great TV show in your mind! Bring us more Bubba!!!!!

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a+++

more badassery from Bubba the monster Hunter. could have been longer. I'll be looking fwd to more

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  • Lester
  • Hoffman Estates, IL, United States
  • 09-11-17

Start of Book 3

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Yes, but I wish I waited. This is part one of the next Bubba Book. Most of the book how his mom came from her um home and Bubba trying to find a way to get back there. It has all the humor, action and heartfelt emotion I've come to expect.<br/><br/>That said I'm not sure it's time well spent. This is the first part of the next Bubba novel. I knew that going in but I still feel like it ended abruptly. I have no doubt that once the full book released it will be time well spent but I kind of wish I waited for the whole novel to be released.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

This series is a serial. I can't honestly evaluate the ending until the full novel is published. If I were to react to the ending now it would be very negative, it just ends as the book is getting started, but I knew going in this was only the first quarter of the next Bubba novel so that wouldn't be fair to the writer.

What about John Solo’s performance did you like?

He did a great job. My only quip is that he makes Bubba more redneck and stupid that the story calls for but it works so I can't complain.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No. I can pay for a novel on the installment plan a movie not so much. Just a personal thing, even with tv shows I wait until the season is complete before I dive in.

Any additional comments?

There are continuity issues with this novel. I'm not deducting from my score because continuity isn't built into review scores but unless Skeeter lied and lied big to Bubba at the second novel the writer chose to recon Bubba's mother entire history. This is also an issue for me in the Quincy Harker books but this is my problem not the writer's. Still if continuity is important to you expect to be bothered if you are like me and you always go back to the old stories before tackling the new ones.

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Bubba's momma

John G. Hartness comes through again with another entertaining story of Bubba the Redneck Monster Slayer. This book provides more depth to Bubba's character and insight into his background. Not my favorite of the Bubba the Monster Slayer books as there is a lot about Bubba's momma, so it's not entirely about Bubba, which is what I enjoy the most. All in all though, it's a great book and narrated fantastically. If you enjoy the other Bubba books, you'll definitely enjoy this one as well.