Return Iof The Bunny Suicides Paperback
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If you are looking for a gage gift that you can't put down then this is it. We spent an hour in the bookstore watching these cute little bunnies come up with creative ways to end their existance.
Even thou this is a cartoon, if you are sensitive to this subject....don't bother reading this book.
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Obviously this book isn't for everyone. But if you think you can appreciate the humor in suicidal cartoon bunnies, it's certainly worth flipping through.
By the way, I love bunnies and am against animal cruelty, but have enough of a sense of humor to laugh at silly things such as this.
Incidently, to any detractors of this theory, no actual little fluffy bunnies were hurt in the making of these books!
My favorite in this one has to be the bunny who ate all the beans! A laugh riot.
Before I send this one off to my kid in college, I gave it one last look. And I got it. There's this drawing of a bunch of people running away from the shore line at the sight of a shark fin, and one tiny bunny in a swimfloat, eagerly padding into the water.
So on one level, there's every mad politician going ahead with some policy that everyone on the beach knows is crazy. On another level, that's all of us doing some nutso thing in spite of the world running around us in the opposite direction away from the visible shark. It reminds me of the hilarious novelRecycling Jimmy> It has the same slightly repulsive subject matter, with the same weird British take on things and the same subversive sub-text.
I'm looking at this book one more time wondering which shark I'm heading towards. What about you?
--Lynn Hoffman, author of New Short Course in Wine,The and
the comparatively wholesome bang BANG: A Novel. ISBN 9781601640005