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Happy endings rarely last forever.

Trouble returns to Cylvania as mysterious threats lurk on its borders and hidden conspiracies seek to undermine the new order of things. Celia is unwell, suffering from problems that Threadbare cannot understand, let alone fix. It is time once more for the little teddy bear to gather his party and venture forth, in hopes of saving the day.

But plots are in motion, and a troupe of traveling rabbit-kin actors may not be the friends they seem, especially with an airship full of bunny pirates on the horizon. Can Threadbare watch his yarrr's long enough to once again save his little girl? Maybe. Remember, he's very bad at being a hero....

Old friends and new allies await on this epic journey!

©2021 Andrew Seiple (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • Sacu
  • 17-10-21

Good but falls flat in places

I did genuinely enjoy it, and it’s always nice to come back to Generica, but at times this entry in the series feels like it exists solely to set up further books and doesn’t have much of a point on its own.

Cecilia’s plot is reduced to a side story, which is a shame, since it’s honestly where most of the actually important stuff is happening. Note that the majority of the book synopsis focuses on Celia’s troubles, but the plot spends a ton of time spinning its wheels on a basic “Threadbare goes to fight a monster” quest.

In the end, the only thing that is actually accomplished is that all the important characters get gathered together to start a new journey. However, while it does feel like the book wastes time getting to this point, I am excited for the payoff for all this setup.

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  • Jacob R Spencer
  • 12-10-21

So much politics...

I bought this because I absolutely loved the first three Threadbare books. But I'm about halfway through this one and I give up. Almost nothing has happened but them talking about politics. Then they finally leave on the adventure. First thing they do? Stop somewhere and talk about politics more. I have enough of that in real life right now. I don't read fantasy books for political commentary. I read them for escapism. If you like that in your books, that's fine. I just didn't expect it after the original trilogy (although I should have because of the prequel series I suppose.) I recommend skipping this one.

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  • Witchdoctor
  • 10-01-22

Step Down in Story Quality

As a lover of the original Threadbare trilogy, I can’t say this was a great addition to the overall story. Cecelia became a dumb damsel in distress, Threadbare is annoyingly co-dependent, minimal attention was paid to the lit-rpg aspects in favor of the childish drama and a host of artificially bad decisions that ramps up the drama but is highly inconsistent with how the characters acted in the original trilogy. The Mediocre little medium characters also have come over to drag down the narrative and will likely take up story time from the interesting host of characters in the original Threadbare world. Finally, shifting from a cadre of skin walking demons to a dumb bunny pirate rife with dumb puns… bleh. Hoping Seiple wipes his mind of whatever is going on and gets back to the basics of his previously well-written lit-rpgs (start by killing off the dumb bunnies and little medium characters and move away from the not so-subtle sociopolitical nods that most of us seek to escape in our fiction-based literature).

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  • Heather b.
  • 24-11-21

Hard to get though

I loved all the previous books but this one was wasn’t on pace. Had a hard time getting through it. It was slow at times and didn’t care for how the story dragged on. There were side plots that didn’t go anywhere in this story which seemed out of place. The action scenes didn’t paint a clear picture as the previous books. Maybe to political at times also.

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  • swyrlgirl
  • 31-10-21

Exceptional

And timely! No spoilers but I can't wait for the next. Shipley is the American Tolkien.

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  • Brentwood
  • 10-10-21

should have ended at book 3

obviously trying to keep running with something that should be done. boring and uninspired. narrator is always good though

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  • AmazonCustomer
  • 09-10-21

Disappointing.

I hate it when the characters forget all the lessons they learned in the first books because the author ran out of interesting ideas. Not a terrible book, but bad when held up to the first three.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-01-22

Hilarious

You gotta love the Bear and his comrades. I could listen to this series forever. The voices are perfect for this story and every story he does.

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  • Heather Hyink
  • 03-12-21

FAN-tastic!!!

My whole family loves these books! They are so much fun. Reading or listening are both a sheer delight.

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  • Peter M. Mockridge
  • 29-11-21

It didn't quite feel like a complete story

I'm not sure how it just kind of feels like a 1/2 story even though it's full length. Not my favorite book in the series but I don't regret buying it.