I started off by loving this book but it became a tad repetitive in the middle and the end left me wondering whether my kindle had crashed and left me dangling when there was more to come. There was some lovely writing, some excellently crafted set pieces and a really cranky primary premise but the end seemed rushed and was a little trite. It's good to find a book that leaves you to think over what the end might mean, but the reader isn't supposed to have to do all the work! There are a few friends I might recommend it to and I may even revisit, but just the good bits, not as a complete read. So, bottom line - if you like things cut and dried, avoid like the plague. Otherwise, have a bit of a wander through Rabbit Back - it's a weird and wonderful place.