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There's a new cell phone game that has teenagers wandering through cities on a mad hunt for digital fairies, but the game has a dark side. A teenage girl is missing in Nashville, and Bubba has to find her.
While hunting for the missing teen, Bubba finds himself sucked into a world beyond his understanding, and the only way he can get home is - he's gotta catch 'em all!
Not really. But he does have to shoot a lot of 'em!
Cellphone apps, Shakespeare, and large-caliber bullets all jumble together in this latest adventure from everybody's favorite monster-hunting redneck!
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By Lester on 02-23-17
Bubba Where Art Thou?
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes because it's fun adventure emphasis on the fun. This season of Bubba the author seems to be focusing on each of his greatest strength. In Night of the Museum it was non stop action scenes with epic set pieces. In Moon Over Bourbon Street it was world building and against a mystery backdrop. In this one it just nonstop fun as Bubba is in Shakespeare Midsummer fantasy world and is so out of place there. I was laughing the whole five hours.
What other book might you compare Midsummer to and why?
One of Shakespeare comedies but thankfully everyone speaks in contemporary English. Some of the characters are slightly stilted in speech but only when they are speaking formally.
Which character – as performed by John Solo – was your favorite?
The bartender. I really hope that guy gets his own novella, I really want to learn more about that guy.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Laughter throughout. There are plenty of Bubba stories filled with emotional gravitas that will have you crying or as close as I get while reading fiction. This is not one as it's very light hearted throughout. If you want a recent story of Hartness released on audible that as serious and dark as it gets try Heaven's Door with Quncy Harker.
Any additional comments?
So far all of the Bubba stories for this season are self-contained, unlike Seasons 1 and 2 that were full novels on the installment plan so you can start here if you never read any of the books. There will be season 2 spoilers but still each story is a full novel this time around with a beginning middle and end.
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