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Bunny A wild, audacious and ultimately unforgettable novelLos Angeles Times Every time I open it up, I stumble upon a crackling sentenceThe New York Times Awad is a stone cold geniusThe Washington PostThe Vegetarian meetsHeathers in this darkly funny, seductively strange novel from the acclaimed author of13 Ways of Looking at a Fat GirlWe were just these innocent girls in the night trying to make something beautiful We nearly died We very nearly did, didn t we Samantha Heather Mackey couldn t be of an outsider in her small, highly selective MFA program at New England s Warren University A scholarship student who prefers the company of her dark imagination to that of most people, she is utterly repelled by the rest of her fiction writing cohort a clique of unbearably twee rich girls who call each other Bunny, and seem to move and speak as one But everything changes when Samantha receives an invitation to the Bunnies fabled Smut Salon, and finds herself inexplicably drawn to their front door ditching her only friend, Ava, in the process As Samantha plunges deeper and deeper into the Bunnies sinister yet saccharine world, beginning to take part in the ritualistic off campus Workshop where they conjure their monstrous creations, the edges of reality begin to blur Soon, her friendships with Ava and the Bunnies will be brought into deadly collision The spellbinding new novel from one of our most fearless chroniclers of the female experience, Bunny is a down the rabbit hole tale of loneliness and belonging, friendship and desire, and the fantastic and terrible power of the imagination. Free Download Bunny [ author ] Mona Awad [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. NOW AVAILABLE this book is straight up bonkers seeing this was set at an elite new england university with an exclusive clique at its center and seeing it compared to Heathers, i went into it expecting a Megan Abbott y The Secret History y type of deal full of those dark and toxic currents that define adolescent girlhood, where affection shifts into power struggle at the drop of a hat, but also featuring a bunch of soulless smarty pants big on ritualistic gatherings and down for some light NOW AVAILABLE this book is straight up bonkers seeing this was set at an elite new england university with an exclusive clique at its center and seeing it compared...

  2. Okay, what just happened here I ll quote one of the characters to explain my feelings about Bunny And then I feel like screaming JUST SAY IT TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED TELL ME WHAT THE FUCK THIS MEANS The publisher s blurb doesn t even begin to capture what happens in Bunny At first, I thought I d be reading an R rated version of Mean Girls As I read, I found that wasn t quite right, so then I thought, Okay, maybe it s Stephen King does Mean Girls It turned out that that description didn t Okay, what just happened here I ll quote one of the characters to explain my feelings about Bunny And then I feel like screaming JUST SAY IT TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED TELL ME WHAT THE FUCK THIS MEANS The publisher s blurb doesn t even begin to capture what happens in Bunny At first, I thought I d be reading an R rated version of Mean Girls As I read, I found that wasn t quite right, so then I thought, Okay, maybe it s Stephen King does Mean Girls It turned out that that description didn t capture it, either The best I can come up with is Stephen King trips on acid and writes an R rated Mean Girls Bunny is so strange that it s hard to form an opinion, but I think I liked it Maybe my opinion will change after I sit with it a bit, or maybe I ll be equally as confused The weirdness did make some parts of the the plot hard to follow, but I think Bunny is supposed to be disorienting by design On ano...

  3. Hmmmm..I have no idea what I just read or how to review it Does that work as a proper review I m not even going to attempt discussing the plot becausebecause See I truly don t know how to Bizarre, strange, peculiar, unusual are just a few words that come to mind if I had to try and describe this mind fuck of a book It s a very slip str...

  4. Samantha is a graduate student with writer s block She s from a poor background and doesn t really fit in at moneyed Warren University, where her four workshop partners have formed an insular clique They call themselves the Bunnies they literally all call each other Bunny and their conversations are studded with declarations of love, cliched Instagram hashtag phrases and sycophantic compliments on the brilliance and originality of one another s work From the sidelines, Samantha finds it Samantha is a graduate student with writer s block She s from a poor background and doesn t really fit in at moneyed Warren University, where her four workshop partners have formed an insular clique They call themselves the Bunnies they literally all call each other Bunny and their conversations are studded with declarations of love, cliched Instagram hashtag phrases and sycophantic compliments on the brilliance and originality of one another s work From the sidelines, Samantha finds it nauseating, even as she nurses a deep envy.Something s off about Warren from the beginning Though it s an Ivy League school, its environs are plagued by f...

  5. We call them Bunnies because that s what they call each other Seriously Bunny.Example Hi, Bunny Hi, Bunny What did you do last night, Bunny I hung out with you, Bunny Remember, Bunny That s right, Bunny, you hung out with me and it was the best time I ever had.Bunny, I love you.I love you, Bunny And then they hug each other so hard I think their chests are going to implode I would even secretly hope for it from where I sat, stood, leaned, in the opposite corner of the lecture hall, departmen We call them Bunnies because that s what they call each other Seriously Bunny.Example Hi, Bunny Hi, Bunny What did you do last night, Bunny I hung out with you, Bunny Remember, Bunny That s right, Bunny, you hung out with me and it was the best time I ever had.Bunny, I love you.I love you, Bunny And then they hu...

  6. 2 starsThere are those bizarre and experimental books that manage to be entertaining, transgressive, and on occasion even thought provokingAnd then, there are books like Bunny whose weirdness largely rests on overusing the word bunny which appears approximately350 times, one time too many An intentionally silly story that owesto Scream Queens and The Babysitterthen Heathersor Mean Girls. If you are picking up Bunny thinking that it is some sort of intriguing campus novel, you 2 starsThere are those bizarre and experimental books that manage...

  7. I think the comp to The Vegetarian is wrong This isn t like that one But it is VERY much like One Bloody Thing After Another and other Joey Comeau writing meets Heathers It s dark and bloody and weird and makes little sense except it also makes complete sense There s not a good way to explain this one it s about a woman named Samantha who is in an all female MFA workshop at a prestigious school She loathes the women who she calls bunnies they re rich and perfect and always write about T I think the comp to The Vegetarian is wrong This isn t like that one But it is VERY much like One Bloody Thing After Another and other Joey Comeau writing meets Heathers It s dark and bloody and weird and makes little sense except it also makes complete sense There s not a good way to explain this one it s about a woman named Samantha who is in an all female MFA workshop at a prestigious school She loathes the women who she calls bunnies they re rich and perfect and alw...

  8. third wave feminist art as blood magic i ve never beenin conventionall attractive clique of wealthy girls are the complex villains so so good scathing , hilarious, and also somehow very accurate but mystical take on academia chef s kiss stunning supportive relationship between two women in a queer coded friendship incredible wish it wasoutwardly queer, but it s fine, i guess incredibly and confusingly hot monsters very in bunny is so gripping and unsettling and has a third wave feminist art as blood magic i ve never beenin conventionall attractive clique of wealthy girls are the complex villains so so good scathing , hilarious, and also somehow very ac...

  9. I doubt I ll ever able to understand the messages this book is trying to impart, or the undertones, but the writing was really great and I couldn t stop reading Don t ask me to tell you the theme of this book because I ll probably just start eating your corsage with a blank look on my face, okay ...

  10. Described as The Vegetarian meets Heathers, this was one I could not wait to start and I found myself doing something I haven t done in aaages, which is putting it down because I did not want the book to end It s strange and compelling and almost as good as Helen Ellis s Eating the Cheshire Cat, one of the most underrated books of all time Though this book is ostensibly about a young woman in an MFA program and her cruel cohort, it s evenabout loneliness, identity, and the longing for Described as The Vegetarian meets Heathers, this was one I could not wait to start and I found myself doing something I haven t done in aaages, which is putting it down because I did not want the book to end It s strange and compelling and almost as good as Helen Ellis s Eating the Cheshire Cat, one of t...