Living Where the Rabbits Dance Reviews
Having fallen in love with Jeb and Wolf and their families in the first book, The Boy Who Danced with Rabbits, and longing to know what happens next, I had to have the second book in the Choestoe series, Living Where the Rabbits Dance. I immediately fell through the ‘rabbit hole’ into 1830’s North Georgia; a time of transition and unrest as well as one of cultural bonding and real loyalty and trust. The shenanigans of the two boys born on the same day who are forever soulmates and their wisdom beyond their years keeps you hanging on for the next page. Collins does not waver in holding your attention, in word and action. An excellent story based on his own family and what actually took place, it will make you want to visit this enchanting land close to Blairsville, Georgia. Highly recommended!
- CJ Loiacono