Chickenhare: Fire in the Hole

Chickenhare Fire in the Hole Things are going from bad to worse for our feathered and furry friend Chickenhare and his partner in hijinx Abe Their narrow escape from the evil Taxidermist Klaus is going to seem like a cakewalk com

  • Title: Chickenhare: Fire in the Hole
  • Author: Chris Grine
  • ISBN: 9781593079079
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Things are going from bad to worse for our feathered and furry friend Chickenhare and his partner in hijinx Abe Their narrow escape from the evil Taxidermist Klaus is going to seem like a cakewalk compared to the dangers they ll face in the sequel to the Eisner nominated graphic novel, Chickenhare The House of Klaus Magic and mayhem are about to collide, along with someThings are going from bad to worse for our feathered and furry friend Chickenhare and his partner in hijinx Abe Their narrow escape from the evil Taxidermist Klaus is going to seem like a cakewalk compared to the dangers they ll face in the sequel to the Eisner nominated graphic novel, Chickenhare The House of Klaus Magic and mayhem are about to collide, along with some pointy pitchforks, a few unexpected relatives and laughs than a barrel full of wet shromph as the Chickenhare and Abe learn the origins of their mysterious fellow escapees Meg and Banjo and what this means to our friends is nothing but trouble

    One thought on “Chickenhare: Fire in the Hole”

    1. I was definitely looking forward to reading more stories in the Chickenhare universe, but this just felt like it was tacked on a bit as opposed to being a really solid adventure. A bit of Dante's Inferno mixed in with the ridiculousness of the overarching story didn't make for a super engaging read, but just an okay one that didn't work in the same way. Consider this sort of a weird deleted scene book from the first one instead.

    2. Would recommend to someone who worked through Bone or Amulet and wanted more. But I can't say I would recommend it by itself.

    3. Author/Illustrator Chris Grine began the tales of Chickenhare as a black & white book in 2005. Chickenhare and his friend Abe, a turtle with a prominent beard, attempt to escape from the evil taxidermist Klaus.I read book two without having book one and loved it. The story contains mystery, adventure and suspense along with a monkey, demons and an angry goat.The books have been picked up by and will be released in full color in new editions in February.These are a fun, quick read and they a [...]

    4. Our friends Chickenhare and Abe, along with Banjo and Meg from Vol. 1, face another harrowing adventure featuring magic, devils, witches, a fate worse than death, and the unwelcome reappearance of some old "friends". Very funny, wonderfully drawn, a YA title that is fine for older kids (and adults!).

    5. GN YA GRINE - (underworld) adventure, appropriate for J audienceIn the second adventure in the Chickenhare series, our characters are discovered on stormy seas by a sorcerer sent to take Banjo and Meg back to the Underworld. When Abe's soul is captured in the mix, Chickenhare must penetrate the Underworld to save his friend. And maybe Banjo, too. Quick read, and a fast-paced plot.

    6. Great adventure. Nice, clean art that is still action packed. I will definitely find more by this author/illustrator to read.

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