Bunny, Bunni, & Bobby

Book 1: A Rabbits Tale
Narrated by: Robin McKay
Length: 1 hr and 52 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An invading alien fleet trapped on the moon.

A secret multinational conspiracy run by a shadowy organization.

The world stands on the brink of collapse and the only people who can save it are two strippers from Canada and a telepathic rabbit with the transplanted mind of a 96-year-old timber baron.

Bunny, Bunni, and Bobby is an epic tale of adventure, romance, struggle, and the search for the perfect poutine.

©2014 Josh Hilden (P)2015 Josh Hilden

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Story went nowhere.

On a whim I grabbed this book on Audible because the blurb sounded like something quirky I’d enjoy. There were some parts of the story that I liked such as Bobby the rabbit and the aliens. However, most of this book was just a ridiculous pointless plot that lead nowhere in the end. The characters had no depth and honestly I just kept getting confused between the two girls. There was nothing that really distinguished them from each other. The storyline that I wanted to actually follow just drops off and is supposedly continued in the next book. I don’t see myself going that far to see what happens. I usually like wacky adventures with a random group of bizarre characters but this just didn’t do it for me. There was no substance to it. Oh well. It was worth a try. 1 star.