The Wrong Stuff, K'Barthan Trilogy: Part 2

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THE WRONG STUFF

The Pan of Hamgee is not a natural knight in shining armour. Yet he has escaped from police custody in K'Barth, switched realities and foiled Lord Vernon's attempt to kidnap Ruth, the Chosen One from the Festival Hall. Pretty good, he thinks.

However, Ruth thinks otherwise. Being pursued by Lord Vernon is bad enough. Now, thanks to The Pan, she's on the run. They are both alive, of course, but ...

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Overview

THE WRONG STUFF

The Pan of Hamgee is not a natural knight in shining armour. Yet he has escaped from police custody in K'Barth, switched realities and foiled Lord Vernon's attempt to kidnap Ruth, the Chosen One from the Festival Hall. Pretty good, he thinks.

However, Ruth thinks otherwise. Being pursued by Lord Vernon is bad enough. Now, thanks to The Pan, she's on the run. They are both alive, of course, but with Lord Vernon on their tail neither of them can be sure how long for.

To save her life The Pan must introduce Ruth, the woman of his dreams, to the person prophesied to be the man of hers. And he knows he must do it fast. Before Lord Vernon finds her. But the gentleman in question is in hiding and no-one knows where. Can The Pan find him? And if he does, can he bring himself to unite them?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781907809170
  • Publisher: Hamgee University Press
  • Publication date: 3/22/2012
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 5.83 (w) x 8.27 (h) x 0.92 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2014

    The Wrong Stuff by M.T.McGuire: The second book in the series is

    The Wrong Stuff by M.T.McGuire: The second book in the series is just as good, if not better than the first! I was super excited to continue reading about The Pan’s adventures and was not disappointed. I really don’t want to give anything away… no spoilers…

    Here goes… The Pan of Hamgee is a shifty little guy that specializes in getting out of any situation. Along with Big Merv, a very orange Swamp Thing, these two are now in London and chasing after Ruth, the Chosen One, trying to keep her out of harms way. Lord Vernon is back and with a vengeance and wants not only The Pan’s head a on a platter, but he also wants Ruth.

    While The Wrong Stuff answers some questions, it brings up just as many more. From the Snurd chases, to the witty banter between Sir Robin and The Pan, to the budding romance between The Pan and Ruth you will hold your breath with anticipation. You even get to find out what The Pan’s first name is!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2014

    The Wrong Stuff by M.T.McGuire: The second book in the series is

    The Wrong Stuff by M.T.McGuire: The second book in the series is just as good, if not better than the first! I was super excited to continue reading about The Pan’s adventures and was not disappointed. I really don’t want to give anything away… no spoilers…

    Here goes… The Pan of Hamgee is a shifty little guy that specializes in getting out of any situation. Along with Big Merv, a very orange Swamp Thing, these two are now in London and chasing after Ruth, the Chosen One, trying to keep her out of harms way. Lord Vernon is back and with a vengeance and wants not only The Pan’s head a on a platter, but he also wants Ruth.

    While The Wrong Stuff answers some questions, it brings up just as many more. From the Snurd chases, to the witty banter between Sir Robin and The Pan, to the budding romance between The Pan and Ruth you will hold your breath with anticipation. You even get to find out what The Pan’s first name is!

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  • Posted May 2, 2012

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    The Wrong Stuff K’Barthan Trilogy Book Two By M T McGuire

    The Wrong Stuff
    K’Barthan Trilogy Book Two
    By M T McGuire

    The Pan of Hamgee is back and as cowardly as ever but this time we travel from K’Barth to modern day London as The Pan is trying to rescue Ruth from the Grongles. We also follow along with the continuing story of trying to find the true Architrave as Deirdre sets herself up for the Resistance to try to deceive the populace that she comes from humble beginnings by working in the castle’s laundry, As Lord Vernon searches for The Chosen One to become his bride so he too can pretend to be the rightful Architrave, all the while the true chosen one has yet to realize who he actually is. As Ruth and The Pan become close and begin to fall in love the story becomes interwoven and immensely beautiful.

    M T McGuire once again brings to life a fun a hilarious novel. This novel picks up right where the first book left off and I laughed so hard since The Pan was only able to say “I’m a little teapot” to Ruth when he first meets her! I have no idea how M T McGuire comes up with these things but combining his wickedly funny imagination and a fantastic writing style the book comes to life. Not only is this book funny it also has a lot of action and adventure and even romance I am sure this book will please anyone who wants to read it. So far this series has definitely been highly entertaining I can’t wait for the third book to come out.

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