Rabbits of the Apocalypse review ☆ 105

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Rabbits of the ApocalypseEscends on the townCasey offers shelter to genius Pax who is trying to escape the League In doing so she invites a whole new kind of danger into her life on top of a budding romance The town of Lafontaine has a secret and if the League discovers it then the apocalypse will be the least of Casey’s worrie. 425 – Fast paced uniue and crudely funny with a hint of plot twistI know I’ve said this a few times before but I typically don’t like first person novels and I’m not a fan of juvenile and inane humor I think perhaps that is why it took me so long to actually read this book I mean I’ve had it in my possession for seven months Procrastinate much moi That being said I started and finished it yesterday because I found it strangely enjoyable Once in a while a book will break through my usual displeasure with certain writing styles and this book was definitely one of them Despite the totally different plot and scene dystopian future vs paranormal present reading Rabbits of the Apocalypse gave me the same feeling of pace and storytelling as the Demons Series by KB Draper So if you really liked the one author’s books you’d probably like the other and vice versaThe nits and grits Starting with the obvious the dystopian future was particularly believable with the exception of mutant bits But then who knows The evolution of life on this planet can be astounding sometimes and who is to say what can and cannot be possible a few hundred years into the future Adapt or die For me Rabbits of the Apocalypse was like Mad Max if Mad max had starred Bill Murray and was directed in the style of Dodgeball I liked the three mains in their little family unit Casey her sister Emily and Malice They were insane and dysfunctional but they worked Then we’re introduced to Pax and I started to wonderThe twistdon’t worry not going to give it away But I will say I expected it and was almost right Almost But there were twists as you went and that’s what kept it from being too predictable It definitely WASN’T predictable As for the mystery well I figured that one out too for the same reason that someone else did in the book But you’re not getting that out of me either read the bookNow for my cons It’s not major but despite reading stories where you have to suspend a certain level of belief I found some things a little out there When I mentioned the believably of the dystopian world I meant it Roving gangs communities trying to survive home surgery and the works However the things that threw me a little were the highly advanced tech used to corral the town as well as a few weapons But yet the same people didn’t have something as simple as refrigeration Food storage and stockpiling would be essential for the group and goes a long way to future planning But with power rationing and all I guess I get it Hundreds of years ago they’d bring arctic ice down on ships to facilitate food storage something that wasn’t possible in a dessert Anyway I’m falling down a rabbit hole with the fridge thing see what I did there Rabbits of the Apocalypse by Benny Lawrence is funny irreverent there may be substantial lesbi centric editing of the bible by Casey and keeps pulling you along until the end And the end while both expected and unexpected entertained and delighted me It was a good read and if you’re a fan of raucous humor then definitely give it a go This ARC was given to me in exchange for an honest review

Summary Rabbits of the Apocalypse

Rabbits of the Apocalypse review ☆ 105 ´ Rabbits of the Apocalypse is set in a not too distant future plagued with drought human trafficking rabid religious groups and people who completely lack a sense of humor  What with all the hunger chaos sunstroke landmines and radiation it's hard to get by and harder still to get laid  In the remotRabbits of the Apocalypse is set in a not too distant future plagued with drought human trafficking rabid religious groups and people who completely lack a sense of humor  What with all the hunger chaos sunstroke landmines and radiation it's hard to get by and harder still to get laid  In the remote des. Benny Lawrence blew me away with her stunning The Ghost and The Machine immediately after finishing it I bought Shell Game and Rabbits of The Apocalypse any regrets None whatsoeverDespite some dark elements in TGATM I found myself laughing my arse off my funny bone is working fine and slightly twisted even as I still enjoy watching Adam Sandler's movies In ROTA Lawrence stepped up her game with hilarious interactions between the lead Casey and everyone in contact with herCasey L her bestie MaliceL Casey's sister EmilyS and PaxL someone's lovehate interest are the main characters in ROTA Nothing is appealing than a self discovery story and Lawrence delivers just that I applaud the author for taking her readers on Casey's journey to freedom and wholeness There are dramas and intrigues without overdoing the angst and heartache and enough sexy moments to appease those that like their bedroom actions on minimal scale The author also takes away the predictability factor from the storyline and I love the surrounding characters; Casey's best friend her sister and the townsfolk At times it has the 3 or even 4 stars feelings but sadly the book does not work for me in its entirety to give it a higher rating Why We have these awesome women but in my opinion they are not given anything to do It feels like they are just hanging around eager to kick the dystopian apocalypse world where the Sun don't shine but Lawrence leaves them hangingShould you still read it yes For the sparkling dialogues colorful personalities and humorI have plenty of highlighted sentences on Leia ROTA is one big one liner and Casey is the storyteller that doesn't have a filter between her brain and her mouth Caution The humor element may vary depending on the condition of your funny bone Consult your physician before devouringThanks Agirlcandream for the rec

Benny Lawrence ¹ 5 Free read

Ert town of Lafontaine Casey Prentice has been trying to survive the endtimes by keeping her head down and refusing to give a damn about anyone except her younger sister Emily and wingman Malice Hiroyama But that ceases to be an option when a powerful and mysterious entity known as the Anastasian League d. Casey Prentice finds herself in a bind That is of a bind than normal; she is normally stuck in a tin pot town surrounded on all sides by a post apocalyptic wasteland Her insane family shares this hellish landscape wit her a younger sister named Emily who comes part and parcel with a succession of poofy haired boyfriends and her comrade the aptly named Malice Hiroyama The bind is that into this lawless world there are people who yearn for what once was and they're willing to brutalize the independent factions to get it; one such organisation is the Anastasian League and they've come to take everythingFor anyone lucky enough to read Shell Game the humor is remarkably similar; Benny Lawrence has a gift for slapstick Reading this novel is like listening to a weather beaten drifter making a pun or letting a heavily scarred bulldog drool on you and lick your face Serious themes are treated with a lightness that only serves to emphasize the potential cruelty of the situation Further the humour also serves to humanize all involved; without it it might be difficult to connect with the slightly drippy but also awesome Casey Like Shell Game however the plot feels rushed in places view spoilerOnce Casey is effectively kidnapped the plot seems to rush headlong to a conclusion convulsing across the page Themes that are acknowledged feel underdeveloped but were probably deliberately left that way to provoke thought in only those people that want to think The problematic nature of her sexual relationship with the person who took her prisoner is definitely the one I noticed the most it was tangled and confusing and just made me feel I personally found the section where Casey was being trained to be useful indescribably horrifying perhaps as a product of my experience with the Armed Forces All in all the whole love angle is given both and less attention than it needs to be anything else other than unsettling I am almost certain however that is the point Anyone seeking something satisfying should stick with Shell Game hide spoiler