Hello and happy Wednesday. Today I bring you a review of a book I loved every single page of. I bought When God Was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman in July 2016 at a Dollar Tree and had been sort of avoiding it since then. I don’t know why, really, it’s not that big or intimidating of a book, and it’s not like I was forced to buy it or anything, but having it there, in my bookshelf, made me lose interest in it.
A few weeks ago, though, I took it from the shelf, basically because it was the first book in my TBR list and I began reading it. And I was pleasantly surprised by the author’s style, by the events in the story, and the way these were told.
I loved this book and its characters, especially Joe, the main character’s brother. I loved how it told the story of so many years in Elly’s (the main character’s) life but it never lost that style that captivated me from the beginning. I hadn’t heard of this novel before I saw it in the Dollar Tree, and I think that’s sad because more people should read it and enjoy it as much as I did.
Do you have any literary hidden treasures? Tell me about them!
Love, Miss Camila