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A Most Unique Machine by George S. May
My Little Pony: Micro-Series: #4: Fluttershy by Barbara Randall Kesel
My Little Pony Micro-Series: #6 Applejack by Bobby Curnow
Oz: Road to Oz by Eric Shanower
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RoadFrames: The American Highway Narrative by Kris Lackey
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My Little Pony Micro-Series: #6 Applejack: 05/14/16

My Little Pony Micro-Series: #6 Applejack by Bobby Curnow

My Little Pony Micro-Series: #6 Applejack by Bobby Curnow should probably be renamed Granny Smith as she ends up pwning her entire family.

The book centers on the mysterious Sass Squatch, a creature that looks like a creation of the Other Mother in the film version of Coraline. Applejack takes it on herself to catch and stop this creature. When she can't she grows all the more frantic to do so the next time.

The thing here is that Applejack has in the television series learned more than once that she doesn't have to do the entire farm chores by herself. The farm is large and so is her family. She needs their help and they are willing to give it.

The Sass Squatch!

So seeing her go through this same thing again was a bit tedious. Seeing her grandmother (who is either dotty or awesome depending on who is writing her) doing this to her beloved granddaughter also seemed out of character.

Three stars

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