Another Enjoyable Story
4.5 out of 5 stars
Far and Yet So Near is the third book in The Adventures of Fawn series and each book keeps getting more and more interesting and more fun to read.
Three books into this series, and I both can’t wait to dive in and can’t believe that Fawn has more adventures ahead! I mean this complimentary of course. I didn’t think when I finished the first book that Boy was going to have 4+ books to this series. Which says something about the way each book is written. I’m not left hanging wondering what’s next. Each story has its own unique arc and allows me to enjoy it itself without forcing me to read the next book. So, when I pick up the next book, it’s because I want to not because I have to.
In this one, Fawn is thrown into another adventure and honestly, I can’t talk much about it since the adventure is most of the story. I think the thing I like the most about these books is that even though I know they’re written for children, I’m certainly enjoying them as an adult. Much like a lot of the Disney and especially the Pixar stories that I grew up watching and now watch as an adult. Each one has a lesson for the children and also lessons for the adults. Sometimes they’re the same and sometimes different. This series is no different. I sit here as an adult and feel just as special as I would as a kid after finishing it.
Pam Tsujioka has narrated the other books in this series and stays on to continue with Far and Yet So Near. She does a great job becoming each character and really brings the story to life. Her narration makes an already good story even easier to read.
Fantastic! Fun-tastic! Fawn-tastic!
Far and Yet So Near is the exciting, award-winning third installment in The Adventures of Fawn, and finds the young reindeer and her faithful friends on yet another rescue mission.
All of the adult reindeer suddenly fall under the control of a mysterious stranger, and mindlessly march off towards directions unknown. Fawn and company must trail the reindeer and try to bring them back home again.
After surviving dangers like “Hangnail Pass” and the “Wandering Bridge” the group are led to an underground cavern where they are confronted by the stranger, who intends to steal the reindeer team. Santa and Wajic turn up in the nick of time…and it looks like everyone is safe. But the stranger has a few tricks up his sleeve, and explosions unexpectedly rock the cavern as he makes good his escape. But not before he “reindeer-naps” Fawn. She soon finds herself a pet in an English manor house near London.
Will Fawn ever return to the North Pole and Santa’s Village? Will anyone ever be able to find her? Did Santa, Wajic, Doctor Weather, Bunny and the others all perish in the explosions? What will become of Fawn? What will become of Christmas? Listen to Far and Yet So Near to find out!
Far and Yet So Near by Al E. Boy
Narrator: Pam Tsujioka
Length: 9 hrs and 47 mins
Series: The Adventures of Fawn #3
Published by Self Published on November 30th 2020
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Also by this author: Little Girl Scream, 'Til The Last Snowflake Falls, The Tiger's Tears, The Ona Pendulum
Also in this series: 'Til The Last Snowflake Falls, The Ona Pendulum, The Sun Pillar
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