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I enjoyed the stories. It is a continuation of Watership Down and let us look into how our friends were doing. This book is really several stories in one. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Frost
Like it's mother book . Can't understand how he came up with so many more tales. Really liked it.Published 28 days ago by C. Agee
A great sequel to the classic. I want to read more about my favorite rabbits!Published 1 month ago by Skye W.
as good as first book Watership Downs. liked seeing what happened next.Published 3 months ago by dee easterly
This is a classic that I've read over and over. It's an amazing tale of life in a community of rabbits - their struggles, successes, threats and even fairy tales. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Loves Kindle Books
I understand that this is a book about rabbits. But really, you have got to read this, it's better than you can imagine.Published 5 months ago by Jason L Self
Doesn't compare to the original novel, of course, but worth the read for fans.Published 6 months ago by K. J. Reed