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The Return of the Bunny Suicidesby Andy Riley
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The bunnies are back and they're as determined as ever in this hilarious follow-up to the bestselling Book of Bunny Suicides.
Return of the Bunny Suicides follows over one hundred bunnies as they find ever more bizarre ways to end their fuzzy little existences. From swimming with nibbly fishes, to hiding under an elephant's footstool, to getting on the sharp end of a Venetian gondola — no stone goes unturned (or undropped, or uncatapulted) in the twisted little creatures' next installment.
Illustrated in a spare and simple style, Return of the Bunny Suicides is a collection of hilarious and outrageous cartoons that will appeal to anyone in touch with their evil side.
"Wonderfully deviant." Washington Post
"A guilty pleasure of twisted humor in the Monty Python vein." Chicago Tribune
"It?s the funniest, bunniest book I?ve ever read!" Elton John
"At last, the definitive compendium on bunny depression and its aftermath." O: The Oprah Magazine
The despondent bunnies from the bestselling The Book of Bunny Suicides, praised by Elton John as "the funniest book I've ever read," are back — and as determined as ever to do themselves in, in this hilarious follow-up.
Return of the Bunny Suicides follows over 100 bunnies as they find ever more bizarre ways to end their fuzzy little existences. From swimming with nibbly fish to hiding under an elephant's footstool, no stone goes unturned (or undropped) in the twisted little creatures' next installment.
About the Author
Andy Riley is a scriptwriter for television and film. His credits include Trigger Happy TV, Smack the Pony, Black Books, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts award-winning Robbie the Reindeer, and the new Disney animated film Gnomeo and Juliet — with a score by Tim Rice and Elton John. He draws a weekly comic strip called Roasted for The Observer magazine.
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