[Ebook] The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse By Robert Rankin – Thantai68.info

The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse Toy Town Older, Bigger, And Certainly Not Wiser The Old Rich, Who Have Made Their Millions From The Royalties On Their World Famous Nursery Rhymes, Are Being Murdered One By One A Psychopath Is On The Loose, And He Must Be Stopped At Any Cost It S A Job For Toy Town S Only Detective But He S Missing, Leaving Only Eddie Bear, And His Bestest Friend Jack, To Track Down The Mad Killer


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10 thoughts on “The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse

  1. says:

    The key thing that I have taken away from reading this book is that Titles cannot be trusted Certainly the title of this book is brilliant I even love the little chocolate bunnies on the cover, glaring at me as they plot The concept presented on the back of the book is intriguing and will force those of you with unus


  2. says:

    This is now the third investigation into the mysterious circumstances involving Humpty Dumpty s demise that I ve read, and I honestly think Jasper Fforde did it best in The Big Over Easy Here we have Jack, a 13 year old boy, and Eddie, a button eyed teddy bear who s an aspiring gumshoe, attempting to nab the culprit in a stri


  3. says:

    Oh, what fun A very smart, self aware book, that disguises itself well as a pulp detective novel Whilst clearly being a book for adults, it s the little bits that are written as if they are for kids that endear the reader most to the style of writing, and, ultimately, the book as a whole For example, when we first meet Madame Goose, s


  4. says:

    How could you possibly resist a title like The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse I was thrilled when the library finally got a copy read thru it in about a day I ve since bought my own copy Jack, a rather gangly young man, seeks his fortune After a rather harrowing encounter with a farmer, he makes it to The City not realizing it is T


  5. says:

    Such a clever book loved Eddie Bear who is the MC and an alcoholic teddy bear who has to carry out the investigation after the real detective disappears.Humpty Dumpty is was boiled alive in his pool, Mother actually Madame as she runs a brothel in this story Goose was roasted and poor Little Boy ...


  6. says:

    Brilliant.I read this book in a matter of hours I couldn t put it down It wasn t brain candy, sweet, light, fun but if you read too much you run the risk of mental cavities , and this wasn t great literature, but it was fun, innovative well written I m looking forward to readingof his work.


  7. says:

    This is the third Rankin book that I have read, and I still don t know if I like him.Rankin s ideas and titles are great, brillant, wonderful, yet there is something off about the books, something that doesn t quite fit, something that doesn t work Perhaps it is the length, maybe if the book was shorter there wouldn t be a problem Perhaps it because it feels as if Ranki


  8. says:

    You can t quite put your finger on what it is about this novel that is very entertaining, which I find often to be the mark of a great read Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse is set in a pseudo fairy tale world where English nursery rhymes and their ilk are meshed together within a logical, sensible world It is a perfect mixture of fantasy, lunacy and the mundane worries


  9. says:

    Robert Rankin is my favorite author who isn t distributed in the US While this may sound like faint praise, I really do enjoy his work It s silly, surreal, and thoroughly British riddled with in jokes and ex...


  10. says:

    F cking great I guess some of the honeymoon feel of finding a new author is wearing off, because now I m starting to see the formula in his books This was still a hysterical read, though I m really not into...


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