Tales from Watership Down by Richard Adams

Tales from Watership Down

byRichard Adams

Kobo ebook | November 23, 2011

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Here is the enchanting sequel to the beloved classic Watership Down, which introduced millions of readers to an extraordinary world of rabbits—including Fiver, Hazel, Bigwig, Dandelion, and the legendary hero El-ahrairah. Tales From Watership Down returns to these unforgettable characters, and also presents new heroes as they struggle to survive the cruelties of nature and the shortsighted selfishness of humankind, embark on new adventures, and recount traditional stories of rabbit mythology, charming us once again with imagination, heart, and wonder. A spellbinding book of courage and survival, these tales are an exciting invitation to come home to a beloved world.

Title:Tales from Watership DownFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 23, 2011Publisher:Knopf Doubleday Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0307808238

ISBN - 13:9780307808233

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies Though easy to read, I had to stop not even half way. Where's the gore? I asked my friends. It's coming! They said. But I just couldn't. Too many bunnies. It would be good one to read to kids maybe. Fables often have animals as protagonists. But then maybe not, because apparently there's gore. I, unfortunately, didn't have the patience to get to that part. I might try to finish it someday.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from "Enjoyable, though flawed" As someone who considers the original to be his favourite ever book, Tales From Watership Down, I'd say, is only a partial success. It was great to be in the company of Hazel and chums one last time, but it doesn't hold up to the original. This time around, the book is technically a short story collection, either detailing the lives of the main protagonists after the Woundwort-era, or further adventures with their rabbit God El-ahrairah. All the stories are enjoyable to an extent, but there are several that feel rather lightweight or somewhat bizarrely seem like they've been written by other people.Presumably it has also been aimed at younger audience as neither the prose on display lacks the style and depth of the original. However its still a immense pleasure to read and I don't regret picking up a copy. Just don't expect it exceed what came before.
Date published: 2014-01-23