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White Rabbit

"It’s certainly a unique storyline and one I won’t forget, the writing is well structured, the characters are given plenty of space to develop and the writing style is fluid."

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A surrealist fantasy story. If Freud wrote Alice in Wonderland I believe the result would be something similar to the ‘White Rabbit’ omnibus. An omnibus of four books in one, ‘White Rabbit’ by Stuart Oldfield follows Simon Cadawaller as he is transported into an absurd alternate universe. After seeing his estranged wife and daughter on his birthday, he sees glimpses of a white rabbit before finding himself in this bizarre alternate universe with no recollection of who he is. With only one name coming to him, Loofah, the name of his daughter’s rabbit, he adopts this and gradually starts to get his bearings. In this surrealist world, Loofah learns he is a seeker and must find the Woman Who Looks Both Ways to find his way home. There are plenty of unique characters along the way, providing riddles for the next part of his quest but Loofah has to decide who is friend of foe. If Freud wrote Alice in Wonderland I believe the result would be something similar to the ‘White Rabbit’ omnibus. The author brings this strange new world to life, with descriptions of unusual eroticised behaviour, objects, plants and animals. There are puns and humour along the way to add some lightness to the story too. To say this omnibus is four books in one, it flows well and the pacing means that you don’t really feel as though you are reading a full series at once. This is a surreal and madcap fantasy story, one that I feel could be quite divisive. Readers will either love the absurdity of this trippy, erotic fantasy or dislike it, most probably for the same reasons. It’s certainly a unique storyline and one I won’t forget, the writing is well structured, the characters are given plenty of space to develop and the writing style is fluid.

Charlotte Walker, A LoveReading Ambassador

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