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By Russell Braddon | Comments: ( 901 ) | Date: ( Aug 25, 2019 )

Mutant rabbits wreak havoc on Australia.


  • Title: The Year of the Angry Rabbit
  • Author: Russell Braddon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 353
  • Format: hardcover

About Author:

Russell Braddon

Russell Reading Braddon was an Australian writer of novels, biographies and TV scripts His chronicle of his four years as a prisoner of war, The Naked Island , sold than a million copies.Braddon was born in Sydney, Australia, the son of a barrister He served in the Malayan campaign during World War II He was held as a prisoner of war by the Japanese in Pudu and Changi prisons and on the Thailand Burma Railway between 1942 and 1945 In 1949, Braddon moved to England He described his writing career as beginning by chance The Naked Island , published in 1952, was one of the first accounts of a Japanese prisoner of war s experience.Braddon went on to produce a wide range of works, including novels, biographies, histories, TV scripts and newspaper articles He was also a broadcaster on radio and television Proud Australian Boy A Biography of Russell Braddon by Nigel Starck was published in Australia in 2011



Comments The Year of the Angry Rabbit

  • Krista the Krazy Kataloguer

    The book isn't bad--mutant rabbits wreak havoc in Australia. I don't, however, recommend the movie-- which had little to do with the book, and in which you could clearly see that the "rabbits" were actually dogs with bunny tails and ears!


  • Fishface

    This book is the basis of the B-picture "Night Of The Lepus," but I'm not sure why. This turns out to be a delightful fictional satire of Australian politics. Featuring giant, man-eating rabbits with great sharp teeth, which I think improves any novel.


  • Michael Hall

    An amusing satire of social and political corruption with Australia as a superpower leading the world. Includes mutant rabbits.


  • Ami

    Political satire and mutant, giant rabbits. Millions of rabbits. Even though this was written in the early 60's and set in Australia, the ridiculousness of government and politicians is universal and timeless. The book is kind of written as if you were reading a history text book or historical document. The book takes place in the future year of 1999- 2004. Funny and enjoyable to read!


  • Barak

    This is a typical Australian satire, mocking both Australia and global politics. The characters in the book, though not developed in any depth, are still as deep as they should, which is, in this kind of book, the "deep" of politics and politicians.The plot, despite being far-fetched and completely unrealistic is still charming and even consistent, and the story itself is ingrained with a lot of good Australian humour.The only drawback I can think of is that at some point, somewhere along the se [...]


  • Jennifer

    This is a fun, light read, a political/social satire from the 60's with some inspired jokes and good lines. The rabbits who begin and end the story aren't really the point of the book; it's much more about the corruption of power and the games politicians play even when they shouldn't. The book is much better than I expected it to be; I picked it up after seeing "Night of the Lepus" (movie) and noticing that the film is based on this book. There's is only a casual similarity. The film is a strai [...]


  • John McGhee

    A quick read: punchy and funny satire of the future.


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