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Burrowed from the Russian classic by Leo Tolstoy

Rabbit Warren Peace
Published by Black & White Publishing

It’s one of the greatest books ever written, but not as you know it. Many intend to read this classic of modern literature but few succeed; at nearly 1,500 pages and well over half a million words, it’s little wonder that so many copies remain unfinished. Now, Tolstoy’s greatest work comes to you in a brand new package, retold with rabbits, in this new accessible version suitable for all ages.


Rabbit Warren Peace is published by Black & White Publishing on 22 September (HB, £7.99)

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