Category: Nature

Review: Watership Down by Richard Adams

Summary: Watership Down is like a psychic-Rabbit equivalent of The Grapes of Wrath, except Richard Adams is not quite the writer that John Steinbeck is. At the start, a small group of rabbits from a relatively peaceful, advantageous warren leave their home at the… Continue Reading “Review: Watership Down by Richard Adams”

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