Rabbits: A Novel
From the mind behind the hugely successful Tanis podcast and the popular Rabbits podcast comes a book set in the same universe, Rabbits. It is a standalone novel that can be enjoyed whether you’ve listened to the podcast or not, and regardless, you will be taken on one wild ride.
It’s thought the game started in 1959, though it’s possible it truly began in some form much earlier. There have supposedly been ten iterations of the game, nine winners who remain in obscurity, as do their winnings. People have also died playing the game. Our main character is K, who is obsessed with the game that has colloquially become known as “rabbits,” who is approached by a billionaire who won the sixth iteration, saying something has gone terribly wrong with the game, which could have ramifications that will affect the entire world.
Terry Miles has the same way with words on the page as he does with words in your ears. From the very beginning, this book sucks you in and does not give you a chance to breathe until the final page, and you just end up wanting more.
|Page Count||432 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|