The village of Much Hemlock has always been a right wing stronghold. British. Solid. Traditional. Then they move in. They're different from everyone else: they have a weird religion, an aggressive vegan agenda, and too many children. They may seem quiet and peace loving, but who knows where it could lead? They are a family of human sized rabbits, the result of an inexplicable anthropomorphising event half a century before. With a mass rehoming to Wales for 1.2 million rabbits looming, long term resident Peter Knox is drawn from his customary spot on the fence and must choose his corner: a cosy job for life at the Rabbit Compliance Taskforce, or stand with the rabbits and weather the full brunt of human savagery. It'll take a rabbit to teach a human humanity . . . Hodder Paperbacks • 01/07/2021 • £ 8.99 Paperback • B Format • 320 pages
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Jasper Fforde was an enthusiastic member of the film industry for nineteen years before becoming published. Author of five 'Thursday Next' and two 'Nursery Crime' books, he says that writing is "The same as filming, really. Only you do all of the jobs, and not just one." He currently lives and works in Wales, where his hobbies include family, flying and photography. 'Shades of Grey', Due out in January 2010, will be his eighth novel. His mother, wife, editor and children all think it's really good.