[Epub] ➝ Bunny ➢ Mona Awad – Valtrex-4.us

Bunny KINDLE Bunny Mona Awad Polishdarling.co.uk A Wild, Audacious And Ultimately Unforgettable NovelLos Angeles Times Every Time I Open It Up, I Stumble Upon A Crackling SentenceThe New York Times Awad Is A Stone Cold GeniusThe Washington PostThe Vegetarian MeetsHeathers In This Darkly Funny, Seductively Strange Novel From The Acclaimed Author Of13 Ways Of Looking At A Fat GirlWe Were Just These Innocent Girls In The Night Trying To Make Something Beautiful We Nearly Died We Very Nearly Did, Didn T We Samantha Heather Mackey Couldn T Be Of An Outsider In Her Small, Highly Selective MFA Program At New England S Warren University A Scholarship Student Who Prefers The Company Of Her Dark Imagination To That Of Most People, She Is Utterly Repelled By The Rest Of Her Fiction Writing Cohort A Clique Of Unbearably Twee Rich Girls Who Call Each Other Bunny, And Seem To Move And Speak As One But Everything Changes When Samantha Receives An Invitation To The Bunnies Fabled Smut Salon, And Finds Herself Inexplicably Drawn To Their Front Door Ditching Her Only Friend, Ava, In The Process As Samantha Plunges Deeper And Deeper Into The Bunnies Sinister Yet Saccharine World, Beginning To Take Part In The Ritualistic Off Campus Workshop Where They Conjure Their Monstrous Creations, The Edges Of Reality Begin To Blur Soon, Her Friendships With Ava And The Bunnies Will Be Brought Into Deadly Collision The Spellbinding New Novel From One Of Our Most Fearless Chroniclers Of The Female Experience, Bunny Is A Down The Rabbit Hole Tale Of Loneliness And Belonging, Friendship And Desire, And The Fantastic And Terrible Power Of The Imagination.

[Epub] ➝ Bunny  ➢ Mona Awad – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 307 pages
  • Bunny
  • Mona Awad
  • English
  • 27 December 2017
  • 9780525559733

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➝ Bunny ➢ Mona Awad – Valtrex-4.us

  1. says:

    NOW AVAILABLE this book is straight up bonkers seeing this was set at an elite new england university with an exclusive clique at its center and seeing it compared to Heathers, i went into it expecting a Megan Abbott y The Secret History y type of deal full of those dark and toxic currents that define adolescent girlhood, where affection shifts into power struggle at the drop of a hat, but also featuring a bunch of soulless smarty pants big on ritualistic gatherings and down for some light murder yes and pleasethis is not that which is not to say it s bad AT ALL, it s just not what i thought i was getting into it is ALSO not, although this is frequently true of other books, that it is being misrepresented by overzealous marketing you see, it is also compared to The Vegetarian, which i have not read, but now that i ve looked into that book , if i HAD read it, i probably would have been less taken aback by what this book actually is which is, as previously stated, bonkers this is The Secret History through the looking glass, carroll s white rabbit split into four excessively co dependent MFA students twitchy and touchy feely and calling each other bunny, operating symbiot...

  2. says:

    Hmmmm..I have no idea what I just read or how to review it Does that work as a proper review I m not even going to attempt discussing the plot becausebecause See I truly don t know how to Bizarre, strange, peculiar, unusual are just a few words that come to mind if I had to try and describe this mind fuck of a book It s a very slip streamy type of novel A novel in which the entire time I read I had no idea what was going on and I still don t Not a fucking clue And then they hug each other so hard I think their chests are going to implode I would even secretly hope for it from where I sat, stood, leaned in the opposite corner of the lecture hall, department lounge, auditorium, bearing witness to four grown women my academic peers cooingly strangle each other hello Or goodbye Or just because your so amazing, Bunny How fiercely they gripped each other s pink and white bodies, forming a hot little circle of such rib crushing love and understanding that it took my breath away And the nuzzling of ski jump noses and peach fuzzy cheeks Temples pressed against temples in a way that made me think of the labial rubbing bonobo or the telepathy of beautiful murderous children in horror films All eight of their eyes shut tight as if this collective asphyxiation were a kind of religious bliss All four of their glossy mouths making squealing so...

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    Okay, what just happened here I ll quote one of the characters to explain my feelings about Bunny And then I feel like screaming JUST SAY IT TELL ME WHAT HAPPENED TELL ME WHAT THE FUCK THIS MEANS The publisher s blurb doesn t even begin to capture what happens in Bunny At first, I thought I d be reading an R rated version of Mean Girls As I read, I found that wasn t quite right, so then I thought, Okay, maybe it s Stephen King does Mean Girls It turned out that that description didn t capture it, either The best I can come up with is Stephen King trips on acid and writes an R rated Mean Girls Bunny is so strange that it s hard to form an opinion, but I think I liked it Maybe my opinion will change after I sit with it a bit, or maybe I ll be equally as confused The weirdness did make some parts of the the plot hard to follow, but I think Bunny is supposed to be disorienting by design On another note, I appreciated Awad s sense of humor, whic...

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    Samantha is a graduate student with writer s block She s from a poor background and doesn t really fit in at moneyed Warren University, where her four workshop partners have formed an insular clique They call themselves the Bunnies they literally all call each other Bunny and their conversations are studded with declarations of love, cliched Instagram hashtag phrases and sycophantic compliments on the brilliance and originality of one another s work From the sidelines, Samantha finds it nauseating, even as she nurses a deep envy.Something s off about Warren from the beginning Though it s an Ivy League school, its environs are plagued by frequent incidences of extreme violence random decapitations, for example It made me think of Buffy the Vampire Slayer s Sunnydale with all the weirdness erupting around Warren, there has to be something Hellmouth ish about this place As seen through Samantha s eyes, the Bunnies are putting on a grotesque pantomime act as simpering sorority sisters, their cutesy, indulgent personalities taken to such extremes that they cross over into horror And when Samantha is finally invited to join the club, she discovers exactly how far and how deep that horror goes.The main problem with Bunny is Samantha s best friend, Ava The way she speaks to Samantha is, I guess, intended as appealingly blunt an antidote to...

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    We call them Bunnies because that s what they call each other Seriously Bunny.Example Hi, Bunny Hi, Bunny What did you do last night, Bunny I hung out with you, Bunny Remember, Bunny That s right, Bunny, you hung out with me and it was the best time I ever had.Bunny, I love you.I love you, Bunny And then they hug each other so hard I think their chests are going to implode I would even secretly hope for it from where I sat, stood, leaned, in the opposite corner of the lecture hall, department lounge, auditorium, bearing witness to four grown women my academic peers cooingly strangle each other hello Or good bye Or just because you re so amazing Bunny.I really liked Mona Awad s Bunny it s sardonically funny, but with very sad underpinnings like Eileen or Martin John two other books I loved for the same reason and it goes to some unreal extremes to explore loneliness, outsiderness, and the ways in which women can choose to support or destroy one another It does have a Mean Girls in the Ivy League vibe, but layered on top of that are dark and twisted fairy tales come to life which works so well When I read Awad s Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl, I wished it had literary oomph this is the novel I was looking for N...

  6. says:

    2 starsThere are those bizarre and experimental books that manage to be entertaining, transgressive, and on occasion even thought provoking And then, there are books like Bunny whose weirdness largely rests on overusing the word bunny which appears approximately 350 times, one time too many An intentionally silly story that owes to Scream Queens and The Babysitter then Heathers or Mean Girls. If you are picking up Bunny thinking that it is some sort of intriguing campus novel, you should reconsider given that this book is the anthesis to The Secret History If you are hoping for some sort of absurdist black comedy la Yorgos Lanthimos, think again The satirical horror I was hoping to encounter in Bunny was largely MIA.Each page of this novel tries to be sarcastic by exaggerating the mannerisms and words of certain groups of people in this case a creative writing clique which made for a weary reading experience Writing about writing is never an easy endeavo...

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    And the most original novel of 2019 award goes to Mona Awad s Bunny This book is seriously a concoction of oddball camp meets horror Try following along with Awad s quirky new release without saying WTF , I dare you Bunny takes place at Warren University, located in New England Samantha Mackey is a student at Warren University, in a select MFA program that is only afforded to the creative or wealthy Samantha has been given assistance because of her writing capabilities, but often times feels like an outcast in her class This boutique group has only a few peers residing in the same classes, so this tight knit community definitely gets to know each other easily Samantha s best friend, Ava actually dropped out of the program, leaving Samantha to fend for herself Samantha s semester has just begun, and this time she s caught notice by this peculiar group of young women in her class that call each other Bunny The Bunnies consist of four women, all with distinctive characteristics of their own and Samantha humorously makes fun of throughout the novel Samantha is approached by these women and is invited to a night with them called the Smut Salon Ava shuts down this group of ridiculousness quickly, but Samantha is intrigued As she gets to kn...

  8. says:

    Where to even begin with this book I want to say everything and absolutely nothing, because I adored it, but I also want the reader to have an unspoiled experience Especially because you will read this one and simultaneously shake with laughter while whispering what the actual f ck to yourself It s that hilariously twisted I read almost the entire book in a single afternoon.I will say that BUNNY is about a group of annoyingly Heatheresque girls who attend a prestigious school s MFA program and only eat tiny food while wearing matching hyper feminine outfits like Lilly Pulitzer on crack, and constantly call each other Bunny Samantha Heather Mackey is the only other student in a workshop with the Bunnies, and she s forced to endure their cuddling and cooing while they critique each other s writing Samantha is forever the outsider, and while the Bunnies have nothing but gushing praise for each other s work, they have nothing positive to say about Samantha Then suddenly one day Samantha find s an invitation from the Bunnies to their private Smut Salon and it seems too good to be true ...

  9. says:

    Let me tell you about this book About this weird f cking book.This book is the kind of book I would have never picked up if I knew what it actually was about, but because I went in mostly blind, I read it, and I somehow got pulled into the story I think that might be the only reason this book is read by people because it catches you off guard with its strangeness Think about the weirdest book you ve ever read, and then multiply that weird factor by 100 and then you might get close to this book.I can t describe how this book made me feel, whenever I think about it, I m just at a loss for words, so I m just going to tell you what happens in this book so you can join me in whatever this feeling is CW bestiality, sex, p rn, cults, murder, death.Samantha is in this writing class with these very cliquey group of girls the Bunnies who call each other bunny and are just overall very weird She gets invited to this party which turns out to be a smut reading party you do you, I guess , but this is only where the weirdness starts Warning major spoilers ahead view spoiler This clique ...

  10. says:

    H hey uh MFA students Are you OK 4 stars I really liked it This book defies expectations and a review It s totally off the wall bonkers Part literary fiction, part horror, part weird fiction be warned if you re squeamish.

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