Fluffy Bunny

Fluffy Bunny Nicola Was Never A Hero She Was An Everyday Single Mother, Heathen Witch, And Herbalist And She Wanted Nothing Than To Forget The Cluster Of A Situation She D Barely Survived Only A Few Months Ago But Explain That To Hel As It Turns Out, Hel Wants The Souls She Was Promised, But Something Paranormal Is Keeping A Lot Of Souls Out Of Her Reach Nicola Goes Undercover Into An Isolated Healing Cult To Find Out What Is Going On, And If It Is Connected To The Runespells The Problem With Cults, However, Is The Brainwashing Abandoned To Her Own Devices By The Gods And Far From The Friends That Helped Her Before, Can Nicola Survive The Tests Long Enough To Complete Her Mission And Will She Still Be Herself If She Does I received an Advanced Reading Copy in exchange for a fair review.I enjoyed Too Wyrd, the first book in this series, thoroughly see my review here so I couldn t wait to get my hands on book 2 I think it s fair to say I was primed to enjoy it, but fearful that I wouldn t like it as much as I liked the first one.There was nothing to fear In book 2, we resume the story of Nicola, reluctant chosen hero of the Norse gods, charged to stop Ragnarok by obtaining the Runespells bindrunes in physical form that represent the true power of the runes as shown to Odin after his ordeal on Yggdrasil Yes, Heathens and Pagans, Buhrman is a Norse Pagan, she reads a lot, and she knows what she s talking about This time, Nicola is asked to infiltrate a New Age cult who might have the Runespell for healing They are doing real and provable faith healing rituals.From a real world perspective, this cult is cleverly rendered I want to talk about it a bit I have spent a lot of time involved in the New Age community as a Pagan who owned a metaphysical store And I saw lots of people who were engaged in some of the
Nichola Crandall saved the world from Ragnaroc with the magic power of some Rune Spells and gets to keep them and play hero now Awesome, right Well, it gets tougher than all that The Norns send our hero deep into crazy cult land to retrieve other Rune Spells from the guy serving the Kool aide.Buhrman has woven action and mystery into Norse Mythology and created than just an urban fantasy series I enjoyed the philosophy and pagan religious ideas woven into the tale This passage took me back to my days of pondering Malcolm Gladwell s work, Blink Everyone already has all the information they need, they just need to see it in a way that isn t loaded down with emotions and biases Her content isn t the only enjoyable angle, the story is well crafted Action and dialogue drive the story, not the dreaded info dump We are on a journey, not stuck in the library in front of the Encyclopedia Britannica Do young people know about that reference manual No matter, this book is best read by adults I d say it s rated R or NC17 If you are Christian and or not open minded about stories that God isn t the one
I enjoyed reading this book With this series, it s probably a good idea to start off reading the book before delving into th is one ie Too Wyrd This book delves into magic and mythology, and it s easy to relate to the characters as
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book.Oh so good The Runespells series knocks its second volume outside the park just like it did its first When I first read in the description that Nicola was going to have to handle this mission without her friends Mercy and Joseph from the first book, I was worried it might end up being too flat of a story because they d added so much texture to Nicola s adventures, but I honestly found I didn t really notice their absence as much as I thought I might, and the new friends she makes are welcome company In Fluffy Bunny Nicola is called upon to investigate a healing cult that is messing with the natural order of things by saving the lives of people who s time has come, and the death goddess Hel is not pleased To find out what is going on, Nicola must go undercover as someone hoping to join the cult Her mission becomes complicated when she finds the cult atmosphere almost too seductive.Much of the story takes place or less in Nicola s head as she finds herself taking refuge in the Astral I found those to be some of the most interesting parts of the book as I got to know Nicola in
Fluffy Bunny is book 2 in the urban fantasy magical realism Runespells series Nicola Crandall is sent on a new quest by the Norns to find out how a spiritual group has managed to anger the goddess Hel Could they have some of the Runespells she must recover Although shorter than Too Wyrd, I enjoyed Fluffy Bunny even In this novel, the reader learns even about Nicola as a mother and as a person dealing with her own personal demons Warning there are some possible triggers in this book However, I think Sarah Buhrman does a really interesting job dealing with abuse and its psychological consequences Nicola s personal discovery and the interesting connection this adventure has to her overall Runespells quest make this an engrossing read And while I would have loved it to be longer
Then I remembered something Mercy had said, many months ago The game is directed by humans The gods can use them only to a degree If a sequel can best its primary, then Sarah Buhrman has done it Our somewhat reluctant hero, Nicola is back on the second part of the Norns quests to find the Rhunespells and save humanity Nicola s task is to find runes and fix the imbalance in the Weavings But who had a clue that being undercover at an ashram cult could be where she d find them Sometimes, violence begets rage, sometimes complacency Isn t it good that Odin s minions are supportivewitha dash or two of sarcasm This book was so snarky I often had to go back and read sections again I really enjoyed Buhrnam s humorous take on humankind s search for whatever might define happiness, and how that search can cloud the actual quest And the ending will have you looking for a video to
Awesome book Once again Sarah Buhrman and her heroine Nicola trapped me in an awesome book This time Nicola have to find the 3rd and 4th runespells and to do so she has to do it undercover at a Healing center She takes a weekend workshop and then stays as a member Once she s a member things that she hasn t thought of happens I mean who thinks they ar
Amazing book Loved it Well written Great author I do reccomed it I arc tis book and I m happy i did It s amazing picked up right where book one left off Amazing series. Fluffy Bunny is an intense book I haven t read the first one, yet, but I plan on doing that soon I d like it better if there were some scenery in Nicola s real world, but it helps keep the read a bit shorter It s also true that con artists are
What a treat I knew I shouldn t have tried to start reading this over my lunch hour Sarah has once again, intricately weaves a fantastical tapestry that I found difficult to put down I managed to get my work done, as I took every opportunity to read a couple lines I can t wait for the next book