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The Rabbit Who Lived

Waldo Rabbit Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Gary Furlong
Series: Waldo Rabbit, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs
Categories: Fiction, Humor
4.5 out of 5 stars (129 ratings)

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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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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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The series keeps getting better

I am really liking this story, totally hooked. the characters are great and the story funny. can't wait for the next installment!

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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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over all funny.

I am happy with how things turned out but like most of the other people I wish it was longer. I'm looking forward for the next installment.

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  • Ravin
  • Colorado Springs, Colorado United States
  • 11-04-19

filler and back story

honestly I fell in love with this series but even I can't say that this book is more then a hop along to the next.
without spoiling it one of the interesting thing for us as readers is this book tells you where they are in their timeline of the journey as the first book gave a very specific time span of which Waldo would be on his journey. putting it bluntly the author is seems to be telling us that his journey has just begun which I help means many more books in the series to come. yeah that or they're going to have to pick up the pace.
as for this particular book in the series if you ever wondered what the Odyssey meets pirates of the Caribbean would be like, look no further.
In the name of the great rabbit, I am hoping that the next one will be a nice long one as this one is just clearly a prelude to something bigger.

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way too little Waldo in the Waldo rabbit series

better writing I do have to say but not what I came for it was good read going to let you down on story progression for Waldo seems like the exact same person he was with no character growth

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Great book - too short

The story continues and it is great fun! I absolutely love this series, it is funny and exciting at the same time. Gary Furlong makes a fantastic job narrating and I love the characters he creates. The only negative I have is that the book is short, it is 6h long, a few hours short for feeling worth a credit even if it is great... but also, the story ends abrupt in an annoying cliffhanger on top of it.