The Burgeoning Heart of Bambi Bazooms by Matthew Wade (Book Review #571)

The burgeoning heart of Bambi Bazooms is a fantasy novel written about humans and cartoons coexisting in a world that they do not get along well. A nasty encounter many years ago has caused this confliction and Bambi Bazooms, the striptease artist who lives in McCayville. Once she decides to step outside, she meets Steve and falls in love. That is when the story picks up as we watch Bambi personally grow and the drama she faces.

Although the story was between cartoons and humans, it did represent an outer impression of diversity amongst the nowadays-different races.


The literature was easy for anyone to read and to understand. I even believe that it was suited for young adults to read. The pace of the story was slow and being as it was a fantasy novel it did possess much descriptive nature other than the dramatic scenes.


I particularly enjoyed the dynamic relationship Bambi had with her family and her sister Fanny. I found their names to be also interesting and humorous.


I would recommend this book to fantasy cartoon readers and people who like to read about diverse love stories.


Written by Jeyran Main

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