Fluff Dragon (Bad Unicorn, #2) by Platte F. Clark

Fluff Dragon (Bad Unicorn, #2)

Dubbed “deviously enjoyable” by Publishers Weekly, the second book in the hilarious Bad Unicorn trilogy features killer unicorns, good dragons, rogue fire kittens, and a boy who just might be a wizard.After defeating a killer unicorn and saving a universe, all Max and his friends want to do is go home. Instead, Max discovers that the Codex of Infinite Knowability has stopped working. He can’t use it to get home until he reboots it. The prob...

Details Fluff Dragon (Bad Unicorn, #2)

TitleFluff Dragon (Bad Unicorn, #2)
Release DateApr 15th, 2014
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Childrens, Middle Grade, Humor, Magic, Fiction

Reviews Fluff Dragon (Bad Unicorn, #2)

  • Melissa Chung
    I'm so excited to have completed the sequel the Bad Unicorn, one of my favorite reads of 2017. I loved Bad Unicorn so much I read it twice in 2017! 5 stars!In Bad Unicorn we learn about the two different worlds. The Magrus (The Magical world) and the Techrus (the Human world). Our main character is Max Spencer a human, who just so happens to be in possession of the very strange book, called the Codex of Infinite Knowability. He has always had it....
  • Becky B
    Max Spencer (aka only person in the multiverse who can read the super powerful magical tome known as the Codex), his best friend Dirk (aka gamer extrodinaire), new-ish friend Sarah (aka girl who can put trolls in head locks and beat up bullies), and Dwight (the dwarf who’s scared of enclosed spaces) are back in the Magrus after their adventures in Bad Unicorn. They’ve been entrusted with the mission of stopping Rezemoor Dreadbringer from kill...
  • Daniel Shellenbarger
    Fluff Dragon picks up almost directly after the events of Bad Unicorn. Max, Dirk, Dwight, and Sarah defeated Robo-Princess (ex-unicorn and committed anthropophage), but it was a rather hollow victory since she'd already eaten humanity and left Earth a wasteland of killer robots. Fortunately, Orbiskar the Dragon-King was in need of assistance. As it turns out, while Robo-Princess was gleefully chowing down on humans, dragons were also being hunted...
  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    The Codex of Infinite Knowability is broken and will no longer respond to Max's need! All he and his best friend Dirk, love interest friend Sarah, and shop owner Dwight want is to go back home. Instead they must cross the Magrus, break into Rezormoor Dreadbringer's Wizard's tower and reset the book, no problem, right!?I knew this was a sequel but I was drawn to the title Fluff Dragon and wanted to learn what that was without wading through the fi...
  • A. Nixon
    I had trouble getting into this one, admittedly. I just wasn't feeling it to start with. That said, I did read the last third in one sitting last night so it's definitely enjoyable!! It's interesting what I end up remembering and the parts that I forget. Definitely recommended and I can't wait to read the next one!-------first read/reviewed April 21-22, 2014---------I re-read Bad Unicorn before reading this one and I'm very glad that I did. They ...
  • E.J. Patten
    In this book, Clark spins the fantasy genre on its head once again, filling the pages with fluff dragons, rainbros, fire kittens, and evil toupee makers (yes, you read that right). Old characters return, new characters abound, and situations involving other strong verbs ensue. A must read.
  • Karen
    Fluff Dragon is book 2 in the Bad Unicorn series. I really enjoyed this one, and my family is happy because they've all read it and had to keep quiet, but now we can all discuss! Lots of adventure, humor, and an ethical hero. My kind of story!
  • Kaylie Du
    Definitely one of my favorite fantasy books. Fluff Dragon was a wonderful magical adventure filled with chuckles along the way.
  • Xenonic
    This book was HILARIOUS! I loved it!
  • Robin
    In this sequel to Bad Dragon, eighth-grade wizard Max and his friends Dirk and Sarah have been sent back in time from the future - a mechanized future in which human beings have been driven to extinction - to a magical realm where the arch-mage Rezormoor Dreadbringer (nice name, eh?) wants to hunt all the dragons to extinction. Max is intent on keeping his promise to the king of the dragons, the last of his kind, to stop Rezormoor before he turns...
  • Ryne
    Compared to Bad Unicorn, which was creative and fun if not always perfectly written, this book is a major letdown. It was still interesting enough to read all the way through, and I'll probably read the last book in the series out of pure curiosity, but this novel had much more of an unpolished feel to it. My major beefs:- There weren't many fun or creative new fantasy elements. Most of the interesting things (e.g., fire kittens) were introduced ...
  • Lucy Takeda
    These novels are such fun! I just finished a dark murder mystery; this was a perfect option.Max and friends are still stuck in another dimension. The situation has gotten even worse; the Codex isn’t working. Then two fire kittens, a prince, and an ancient wizardly mentor are thrown into the story. Definitely read Bad Unicorn first. Be ready for an abundance of pure silliness.
  • Colin Hart
    Even better than the first one
  • Courtney
    Max Spencer has just finished saving the world from Princess the unicorn, but that was in the future. Now, they're back in the present, but still in the Magrus, a magical realm. Max and his friends, gaming nerd Dirk, comic shop owner (and dwarf) Dwight and Sarah, the brains of the operation and resident kick-boxer, are would love to go home, but the revelation that there are forces far more dangerous than Princess are at work and will still destr...
  • Lydia
    Max, Sarah, Dirk and Dwight (and Glen!) are back from the future, trying to stop Princess (and Magar) before they can go crazy and end the world, but mostly they are back to keep a promise. At the end of Bad Unicorn, the crew promised the King of the Dragons to come back in time and save his people, not from Princess, but from Reezemore Dreadbringer, the wizard in charge of the Tower who, incidentally, was responsible not only for the dragons ext...
  • Angela Holtz
    In Fluff Dragon we are introduced to some new creatures. Fluff Dragons, of course, which are dragons that accidentally "put their clothes on inside out." We know dragons can take on human form, sometimes when turning back it goes wonky and their scales are facing in, and when that happens the Escutcheon's Scale keeps reflecting the magic back in and they get really small and they are really stuck. Fire Kittens, Loki and Moki to be exact. Moki is ...
  • Tracy
    What's up with the haters? I read a few reviews of Bad Unicorn and the 2-stars all started, "I really wanted to love this book, but..." If you don't like that book, you might need your sense of humor examined by a doctor. This book is for kids, but that doesn't mean adults can't laugh at it, too.It's silly, it's cute, and has a sort of clever mixed with obnoxious humor. Glenn, the Legendary Dagger of Motivation, is the coolest. I love that dagger...
  • Joye Fulgirl
    (Really 3 and a half stars, at least! I'm just trying to reserve more than 3 stars for REALLY GREAT books, and while I did really like this one, I can't say it was REALLY great.)This is the middle book of a trilogy, but luckily it'd didn't end on a super cliff-hanger like I thought it might. It was just as fun and amusing as the first book in the series (Bad Unicorn) with the added bonus of a fluffy dragon and fire kittens!
  • D_M_P
    Yet another exciting read. There's nothing quite like imagining a rainbro destroying a town. or how a fire kitten would appear riding on the back of a fluff dragon. This trek even deeper into the world of Max and his friends did not disappoint. I loved every minute of it and can't wait till the third book comes out.
  • Tamara Richman
    Very fluffy indeed. If you enjoyed Bad Unicorn (which I did), you'll enjoy this immensely entertaining and extremely lightweight sequel. This is the equivalent of chick-lit or bodice-rippers for magic/fantasy fans especially 3rd - 7th graders.
  • Porter Luke
    I really enjoyed this book and I felt that the plot was way more driven than in Bad Unicorn. There was some good character development and all around it was a great book. Also I just really like the Zombie Duck.
  • Jenn A
    Both my husband and my 10 year old loved this book. Puns aplenty. I have not yet read it, but they both rave about the entire series. Anything that talks about an elf that's depressed on account of "elf-esteem" issues gets a thumbs up in my book.
  • Nichole
    Must read the idea of an inside out dragon, is truly inspired, and again, one of my favorite series on the market right now!
  • P
    It's the second in a series but I couldn't resist the title. It pulled me through to the end with humor and a fast paced plot, even though I'm not a gamer.
  • Pamela
    Brayden got about half way through the book then quit reading because, "It was weird." You can trust the opinion of an 11 year old or try it for yourself :)
  • Megan
    Silly, fun. A good fantasy read for those seeking more humor than adventure.
  • Beth
    Totally forgot what happened in the first book so this was a harder book to really enjoy.
  • Mark
    not quite as good as Bad Unicorn which was hillarious, but I will still pick up the third book.
  • Kyle Benich
    Best series ever! Can't wait for the next one.
  • A
    Pure cuteness! AWESOME like the first one.