Snowball

I wasn t born with a scar on my forehead I am not a long lost heir to some distant kingdom I don t possess any magical power.The destiny I was born to was simply to live and die in some laboratory.My ability To become small and furry.But becoming a hero doesn t happen overnight and destiny is a funny thing In one moment the kindness of a stranger or in my case a vampiI wasn t born with a scar on my forehead I am not a long lost heir to some distant kingdom I don t possess any magical power.The destiny I was born to was simply to live and die in some laboratory.My ability To become small and furry.But becoming a hero doesn t happen overnight and destiny is a funny thing In one moment the kindness of a stranger or in my case a vampire can open up a brand new path The choice of whether or not to take that path was up to me.My name is Snow and I am a wererabbit.
Snowball I wasn t born with a scar on my forehead I am not a long lost heir to some distant kingdom I don t possess any magical power The destiny I was born to was simply to live and die in some laboratory My

  • Title: Snowball
  • Author: M.Y. Zeman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Are you on the hunt for a wonderful middlegrade fantasy for your young reader that isn’t full of gruesome scenes, but has completely relevant issues that face kids today neatly tucked within? Look no further, Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit by Michelle Zeman is a delightful paranormal fantasy about a young rabbit who escaped from a laboratory only to be found by an ancient, absent-minded vampire! John names her Snow, takes her in and knows absolutely nothing about caring or a baby bunny. [...]

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    3. Firstly, I'd just like to advise that parents read this novel before giving it to very young readers. While I think kids of 10 and up would probably be fine, there are a couple of scenes that are a bit violent and scary and so you might want to check it out before giving it to anyone younger.I thought that this was a really fun book for middle grade readers. The characters were all well developed and memorable and the author took some fairly common fantasy creatures (vampires, werewolves) and tw [...]

    4. Snow Everly feels most comfortable in her bunny form, so when Snow turns six John, John’s partner, Edwin, decide it is time for Snow to start school. It doesn’t go as well as planned. Well over the first half of this story is devoted to character development of this urban fantasy world, John, and Edwin. Ms. Zeman's vampires are unique as are the family dynamics in this tale. John is a First Blood, meaning he is Vampire royalty. HHe suffers from hearing loss from a birth defect. He also is ve [...]

    5. What a concept. A rabbit that turns into a human when strength is required and stays as a rabbit when speed is required. A very exiting read and a compelling story. At the end is a preview of the next book in the series which I cannot wait to read. An up and coming author. Have to read her other books.

    6. Wild ride - page turner - fun to read. Filled with good humor and suspense. The characters are well written and the action scenes leave you breathless.

    7. Fun story about Snow, the girl/bunny who shifts between the two. I enjoyed this quick read.The characters were strong, Snow, her Vampire dad, John, Edgar, and the others. There were some real scares as we follow her childhood.Ended with the best rabbit against human battle scenes ever written. Hop on over and give this book at try!

    8. **We received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review** Reviewed by Elizabeth Slaughter at The Reader's Hollow 4.5x5 Stars! I was utterly charmed by Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit. It is listed as a YA novel appropriate for ages 10-18, and it works very well as such. I imagine I would have enjoyed a novel like this very much as a young teen, and adults wanting to introduce younger readers to urban fantasy would do well recommending this title. There was plenty for adults to en [...]

    9. A hidden gem. I'm confident this series will become very successful but an excellent heads-up is to bear in mind that this is an origins story so the focus is more on Snow building her skill-set with an impending larger story developing in the background. I mention this because with youth-fantasy books, the tradition is usually to kick-off with a large adventure to get you hooked and then you find out more about the origins later on. This new approach is refreshing because, as we know from the f [...]

    10. A hidden gem. I'm confident this series will become very successful but an excellent heads-up is to bear in mind that this is an origins story so the focus is more on Snow building her skill-set with an impending larger story developing in the background. I mention this because with youth-fantasy books, the tradition is usually to kick-off with a large adventure to get you hooked and then you find out more about the origins later on. This new approach is refreshing because, as we know from the f [...]

    11. ‘Snowball: Chronicles of a Wererabbit’ is a story of a white-haired wererabbit as she grows up and learns the dangers of the world around her.The story begins with the rescue of baby Snowball, following her rescuer as he takes care of her and waits for her to shift into human form. This development takes a bit of time and while I was intrigued by the story and very much enjoyed the gentle sense of humour during this part, I was thrilled when Snow started to grow up and shift more. In the sec [...]

    12. DNF @ page 75I just couldn't get into this book. At first I thought it was alright, but it was so slow and the characters are so boring. I'm just not a fan. I think I would have liked this if I were 12 again. 19-year-old me cannot relate.~~~~~Full Review: livthebooknerd/20Rating: DNF I was sent M.Y. Zeman's three released books for an honest review. Unfortunately, I really could not get into book one, Snowball. I feel like this book would have been something I would have enjoyed when I was in mi [...]

    13. I loved reading about Snow and her adventures. While this book is more of an origin story than anything else, it had some kick-butt action sequences, and an interesting twist on vampires and werewolves.The first half of the book is rather slow, though it contains information that is vital to the story. It does pick up during the second half, when the narrative switches from third person to first. I liked the first person better -- it was really fascinating to read about a wererabbit's take on th [...]

    14. Love love love this book!I'm an animal lover, so going in I was taken with Snow. A sweet little baby bunny. She was rescued by the man/vampire who is to become her dad. We get to see her grow up, shift to human, and fall in love with Thumper - yes from Bambi! How cute is that? I don't want to give away any spoilers, but can tell you that the people Snow was rescued from are very bad, and determined to get her back - so they can experiment on her. There are also some humans hunting vampires, vamp [...]

    15. Still entertaining but too much repetition from the real book one The first book is actually not numbered at all which is why I had some confusion trying to figure out which one to read first. You have to read b the other book to understand this one. The covers are different. The other book has Snowbunny and Josh but he is not standing as he is on this cover. Also this actually states BOOK ONE , so read it second! Sorry for the confusion here but hopefully once you begin reading these unusual fa [...]

    16. This is a wonderful story. I don't normally read a lot of books like some people claim but I do appreciate a quality story and this is one of them. It is a unique concept of a rabbit turning human at will. I see this author is writing a second book in the series and I can't wait to read it. This is a 5 star read.

    17. Interesting beginning of a serial novel.Didn't know what to expect when I got itought it might be the usual,but it surprised me nicelyere may be a little problem with implied violence and bullying of the main character,snowso thought her rapoire with the mouse was interesting as well.will be interested to read part two.

    18. Awesome Fast paced action packed and fun read. Can not wait to get my paws on the next story. I give it five stars.

    19. What a lovely,entertaining book. I really liked the humour in it,i liked the story,all the bunny stuff and the characters. And in the end we saw some action too.i was pleasantly surprised.

    20. Adorable story It rambles a bit and has a lot of skip panel parts but over all it's a fantastic read and feels very original and natural

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