An hour and a half of my life I can't ever get back. Now I know why this book was free.
I'm glad this book was free. It should be a blog. That might make it less painful. I wouldn't pay for it.
Now I know why it won the Newbury Award. I felt like I was there, where Adam was in the time of the bards.
I enjoyed the book. It was another perspective on the Civil War and the workings of the White House. The inside glimpse, even fictionalised, of the Lincoln household is interesting.
The story is amazing, especially since the author began by making it up as a story to entertain his daughters.
This is a creative story that is as relevant today as it was 30 years (or so) ago when I first read it.
The story is engaging, witty and fun. I wish it never had to end. Mr. Cosham brings the characters alive. Each rabbit has their own way of communicating and Mr. Cosham emphasizes that.
Hazel and General Woundwort are memorable characters. Fiver is also wonderful.
...not being written.
...it was written.
The narrator was fine, the story was not.
I kept looking for redeeming qualities...I guess the only one is they saved Sadie, the pregnant dog, from being destroyed by rescuing her from the pound.
If I could give negative stars I would. I hope this was one of my free books. I hate wasting a credit on it.
Hated what I heard. There was sex with unconscious people; sex with dead people. A little too creepy for me.
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