Oh yes, all great reads. Love the ‘change’ in the character Victor Grego in “Fuzzy Sapiens”.
Then the novel “Fuzzy Bones” written by William Tuning to continue the series. Rare that after the original author’s death a series is picked up so well. Just the power of Fuzzies I guess.
Same as unlike some, I’ve no problem that the true third installment, “Fuzzies and Other People” doesn’t completely jibe. How could it when Piper’s manuscript wasn’t discovered till a few years afterwards?
Still, ALL of them are good reads and am looking forwards to some summer kicking back in the hammock time to re-enter that world myself.
Not to mention render some Fuzzies!