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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Felicia Bates

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I hadn’t realized when I started this book that it was a sequel to another book prior. All things considered, I really did enjoy Wild Hare’s daughter. I didn’t have any difficulty following along or relating to the characters, especially gravitating toward Amy. I really liked the writing style of this new to me author. Switching between Bobby and Amy’s perspective throughout the book really gives a larger picture and is one of my favorite elements in a lot of books I’ve read. I felt the writing was strong and the dystopian aspects mixed with reality really made this a unique story for me. I would definitely consider reading more from this author.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Rayne East

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Intriguing magical world
Wild Hare’s Daughter is a fascinating read. Set in a dystopian world where magic exists but not accepted, the FMC finds that all is not what she believed. I enjoyed the paranormal mix of fairies, water sprites, and other creatures. This is an easy read, the writing smooth and with creative world building. Even though this can be read as a stand-alone, I feel reading Wild Hare first would enrich this story so much more.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber.

Wild Hare's DaughterWild Hare’s Daughter by Laura Koerber
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

They were just a normal kid with a normal life, albeit a quiet one with regards to friends and a loud one when it came to life at home, but living in a small town with a population of 800 can do that to a person. There is only one drawback to living where they did and that is the militia, they are a group of people who are arrogant and think that they know best, they also try to cover up their incompetence around a jailbreak and the mysterious disappearance of a congressman with rumours about magic and it just so happens that the rumour about magic is actually true.

However, for this person, living in a small town did have its advantages and finding out which of the people living there is their dad is one of them, it can be narrowed down quickly by age and the rest is a process of elimination. However, this search is narrowed down even more when they discover that that they are magical, they discover that they can fly, although it started off as just levitating in the bathroom, now they can go anywhere in the town!

This discovery also means that someone else in the town is magical and that it can only have been inherited from their dad! This is a magical tale of family, secrets and trust as one persons world changes and they have to adapt to this new situation they find themselves in, in a not too distant dystopian future.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Lyndsay withey

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wow! From the first page I was hooked! I couldn’t put this book down! I absolutely loved how the story is laid out so you know exactly whose point of view you are following at every stage. Growing up in a small town, it always felt like you couldn’t ever have a secret because everyone knew everything but this story showed it is still possible not to know everything even if you think you do.

I will say there were many points in the story where I was shocked or thrown. It was not as predictable as I initially thought it would be! I loved it!

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Cindy Rushin

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This novel was really enjoyable. Being able to go on Amy’s journey to finding out more about herself and finding her father was fun. The concept of the book was a little different than what I normally read but that made it more interesting. The world that the author created was vibrant and I found myself wishing I could spend time in it. I recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in reading a paranormal book that is a little different.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a really interesting read – it was a little out of my comfort zone but the synopsis sounded interesting so I thought that I would give it a go and I wasn’t disappointed. I found myself really engaged in the story and with Amy’s character. I was really hoping that she would find out what she wanted to about her father. There was a good amount of suspense in the story which definitely kept me wondering whilst I was reading.
I haven’t read anything by this author previously so I think I would definitely like to read the previous book to this and find out more about some of the characters.
Overall, a really interesting story and one that I would recommend.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Whitney Morrison

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wild Hare’s daughter was pleasantly good! I love magic books and anything about fairies and this one did not disappoint. I loved reading about Amy coming to terms with herself and finding out who she was. It was also nice to have Bobby’s point of view as well. Overall a great story!

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Wild Hare’s Daughter by Laura Koerber-Review by Amanda Kimble

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Wild Hare’s Daughter by Laura Koerber

This is the first book I’ve read by the author.

Amy.has always dreamt of flying, but she never thought it was a possibility. Her mother has never said who her father was so she starts to dig for answers. Maybe finding her dad will answer some of the questions she has. The quote I chose for Amy is: “I thought you hated the other kids. You said that just like three days ago.”

Bobby finds that his daughter is there and he’s curious. He wonders if she has any of his magic and wants to get to know her. He does know that her mom married a guy in the militia. The quote I chose for Bobby is: “I’ve been counting on humans not being stupid enough to believe in magic. I thought they’d just see this paranormal stuff as dumb.”

Highly recommended for Dystopian lovers.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Amanda Gonzalez

Wild Hare's DaughterWild Hare’s Daughter by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Amy isn’t normal, a quality she believes is inherited from her absentee-biological-father. This wouldn’t be a bad thing, if being considered ‘magical’ wasn’t a bad thing, and the risk of exposure was small… But after a prions break, thought to be the work of a magical militia, Amy realizes she needs answers as her abilities begin to unexpectedly manifest. I liked how the story was written from two perspectives, Amy and Bobby, because of how well-defined their characters were. This dystopian world drew me in from the start, thanks to the vivid descriptions and complex characters, and held my attention throughout.

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Wild Hare’s Daughter (Wild Hares) by Laura Koerber – Review by Jordan Allen

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Captivating. Imaginative. Angsty.

Those are the three words I would use to describe Amy’s journey to finding a relationship with her father. She flies through her town searching for answers and trying to solve adult problems all while trying to balance high school. She does all of it with a smile on her face.

I enjoyed reading this book. It kept my attention. I wanted to keep flipping to the next page. The second book to this duology was my favorite out of the two. I enjoyed the drama between Amy and her Evil Step Dad. It was entertaining to watch Bobby try to become a father. The relationship between Taylor and Bobby is always sweet to watch. I feel as though Sally was a bit too headstrong in this one but I enjoyed watching her grow as a character. Overall this book was like watching a comfortable sitcom on a Sunday night.

This is just a side-not to the author. A few of the names got switched around in the second book. Mrs. Allen’s name and Bryan’s name got switched around to Ryan. There were a couple of grammar and spelling problems that made it hard to read at times. This doesn’t take away from my review at all, I just wanted to let the author know!

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