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on 12 February 2004
This truly is an excellent book. While the cover is an indication of what is contained inside, the preposterous and truly spectacular means in which the bunnies die is remarkable. Andy Riley has shown a morbid understanding of rabbit's suicides and excellent ingenuity when compiling this album of hilarious anecdotal images. Of course this book would not be so funny if perhaps the victims were human, but they aren't. By defying the type set by many children's authors of bunnies, this book stands out and may be seen as a escape for adults consumed by niceness contained in children's literature. Whether you are purchasing this book for a good laugh or just out of morbid curiousity, I would strongly reccomend it. Although not for everyone, I thouroughly enjoyed it and it now resides high on my bookshelf, waiting to be brought down when the mood takes me... A spectacular book, and while not to everyone's tastes, it is well observed and a fine compilation of bunny suicides.
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