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In a remarkably honest and confident voice, Sarah Winman has written the story of a memorable young heroine, Elly, and her loss of innocence-a magical portrait of growing up and the pull and power of family ties. From Essex and Cornwall to the streets of New ...

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Overview

This is a book about a brother and a sister. It's a book about secrets and starting over, friendship and family, triumph and tragedy, and everything in between. More than anything, it's a book about love in all its forms.

In a remarkably honest and confident voice, Sarah Winman has written the story of a memorable young heroine, Elly, and her loss of innocence-a magical portrait of growing up and the pull and power of family ties. From Essex and Cornwall to the streets of New York, from 1968 to the events of 9/11, When God Was a Rabbit follows the evolving bond of love and secrets between Elly and her brother Joe, and her increasing concern for an unusual best friend, Jenny Penny, who has secrets of her own. With its wit and humor, engaging characters whose eccentricities are adroitly and sometimes darkly drawn, and its themes of memory and identity, When God Was a Rabbit is a love letter to true friendship and fraternal love.

Funny, utterly compelling, fully of sparkle, and poignant, too, When God Was a Rabbit heralds the start of a remarkable new literary career.

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Henry Alford
Remarkably, When God Was a Rabbit never feels melodramatic or unkind to its characters. Much of this has to do with Winman's mastery of tone: the narration is dry-eyed but glinting…Winman has an authorial tendency to pick at life's proverbial scabs. But while her plot traffics heavily in grim incident, she maintains a winning proportion of whimsy throughout. At the very least, she's created the most amusing and emotionally satisfying work of rabbit deism to come down the pike in a long time.
—The New York Times
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Winman debuts with a heartbreaking story of the secrets and hopes of a sister and brother who share an unshakable bond. Elly and her older brother, Joe, appear to be just like all the other kids in mid-1970s Essex, U.K., but, as is often the case, shocking secrets lurk below the surface for the siblings and Elly's best friend, Jenny Penny—one has been sexually abused, another has an alcoholic and promiscuous mother, another is homosexual—and the weight of bearing each other's traumas erupts in hard to watch ways. As the years go on, each moves forward; for Elly and Joe, this is more easily accomplished, as their family moves away from Essex and Joe's secret is brought to light, relief Elly doesn't receive until much later. As the story winds through time and across the Atlantic, the trio and their families are rocked by 9/11, leading to a final twist that strains belief before settling into acceptable inevitability. Winman shows impressive range and vision in breaking out of the muted coming-of-age mold, and the narrative's intensity will appeal to readers who like a little gloom. (May)
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"No bare-bones plot summary can do justice to this wonderfully wise and compellingly readable tale of love and friendship in all their forms, of family uncircumscribed by biological bonds, and of loss worse than death. A remarkable first novel, worth savoring."—Booklist (starred review)
 
"Winman’s debut boasts one of the more endearingly unconventional families in a while. A freshly rendered tale of growing up and living in the world by a late-starting author with a bright future." —Kirkus Reviews

"Affecting and original."—Library Journal

"Winman shows impressive range and vision in breaking out of the muted coming-of-age mold, and the narrative’s intensity will appeal to readers who like a little gloom."—Publishers Weekly

"Sarah Winman has written this book in the exact way events in a childhood—and a life—accrue, and I’ve never seen anyone able to do that so well. Brilliant, funny, and moving, When God Was a Rabbit is a captivating novel!"—Robb Forman Dew, author of Being Polite to Hitler

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Over a 30-year time span, Elly and her older brother, Joe, experience everything the late 20th century has to throw at them, from child molestation to marital upheaval, cancer, and, finally, the terror of 9/11. Joe goes down the rabbit hole of depression when he loses the early love of his life, Charlie, who is abducted and tortured after his father gets a contract to work in the Middle East. When Elly also suffers the loss of a neighborhood friend, Joe comforts her with the gift of a pet Belgian hare whom they decide to call "God." Their father's big win in the football pools transforms the family from middle-class suburbanites to wealthy eccentrics as they leave their familiar Essex surroundings and move to a wooded estate in Cornwall. VERDICT Despite the gravity of events, Winman pulls a good number of rabbits from her hat in a picaresque coming-of-age tale where characters disappear then shockingly reappear. This affecting and original debut is recommended for most public libraries. [See Prepub Alert, 11/22/10.]—Barbara Love, Kingston Frontenac P.L., Ont.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780755379286
  • Publisher: Headline Review
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011

Meet the Author

Sarah Winman is an actress who attended the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and has gone on to act in theater, film, and television. When God was a Rabbit is her debut novel. She lives in London.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2013

    GREAT BOOK

    This was by far one of the best books I have read in a long time. The characters are dynamic, yet flawed, in a realistic way that elicits empathy from the reader. I almost found myself envious of this little "family" of outcasts and strays that are so tightly woven in love. I both laughed out loud and wiped away tears throughout this novel. I'm lucky to find one or two novels a year as good a read as this. I was truly sorry to come to the last page but look forward to more reads by this author.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

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    Not My Tastes

    I am really disappointed with this book. I was excited to read this for the tour after reading about it. It sounded really good. Sadly, it didn't live up to what the book sounds like from the blurbs. I can't really pin point one exact thing that I didn't like about it. It all just sort of ran together for me and the characters were bland. I would have loved to have seen a lot more complexity to the plot line and more personality to the characters. Personally, I don't think that I can go back and try to read this 3 star novel again. That being said, however, I do encourage others to read this book. My tastes vary and are often different from other people, so while I disliked this novel, there are those out there who will love it. Please, give this novel a try. I will, in the future, try another book by Sarah Winman as she does show an obvious talent for writing, this book just didn't flow with my personal tastes.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

    One of the best this year

    If I hadn't won an advanced copy of this book I am sure I wouldn't have picked it up off the shelf by looking at either the title or the cover. It just doesn't catch your eye even though I love coming-of-age books and this certainly looks like one from the cover. It had one graphic part about a quarter of the way through that I almost dismissed the book and put it down but I am so glad now I didn't. The characters are so real and they will stay with you even after you finish the book. This book is probably the best book I have read so far this year....and that's saying a lot.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 23, 2011

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    Original debut novel

    When God Was A Rabbit marks the debut of author Sarah Winman.

    From the publisher Bloomsbury:

    "This is a book about a brother and a sister. It's a book about secrets and starting over, friendship and family, triumph and tragedy, and everything in between. More than anything, it's a book about love in all its forms."

    Elly is the sister and Joe the brother. And in between are their parents, Elly's friend Jenny Penny, assorted lodgers and god the rabbit.

    Young Elly's early loss of innocence in the first few chapters and her brother's promise to protect her always sets the tone for the sibling's relationship. We follow the siblings from 1968 England through to New York 9/11 in the second half of the book. Winman has crafted a novel that kept me off kilter but quickly turning pages from start to finish. The characters are off beat, but the bonds to those they love are undeniably strong. Every character seems to be a step out of time with the rest of the world.

    "'That's a good thing, isn't it? To stand apart and be different?' he said. 'I'm not sure' I said, quite aware of my own muted need to fit in to somehow simply hide. 'I don't want people to know I'm different'. And I looked up and and saw my brother standing in the doorway."

    And they are different - but in a good way. I found the story of young Elly and Joe to be especially poignant. However, they didn't evoke the same reaction in me when they were older in the second half. That's not to say that the story unfolded in the latter part of the book is no less emotional. It is, but I think it was the loss of innocence on so many levels by the younger characters that was the most heartbreaking. There are many sad moments in this story, but there are just as many funny ones. The secondary cast, particularly the parents and lodgers were favourites of mine. Their acceptance of any and all and their inclusion of those on the periphery into their family endeared them to me. I found the use of god the rabbit throughout Elly's life to be an unique allegorical device.

    Winman explores relationships of all sorts with a deft and original hand. But her description of the love between a brother and sister is especially well drawn. An unusual and totally original debut. It will be interesting to see where Winman goes next with her writing.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2013

    Great novel

    Looking forward to her next one. Quirky characters that were too true to be fiction...something I love in a novel. God as a rabbit even seems more than possible...and yes, this does include the best Christmas pageant, ever .....

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2013

    Definetly will watch this writer

    Reminiscent of Running With Scissors. Part 1 was exceptional. A perfect blend of pathos and humor as brother and sister find their way. If Part 2 had followed this trend, it would have been 5 stars. Part 2 resolved many loose ends from Part 1, but lost most of the humor. A great first book. Crisp writing that explores family and friendship, love and loss on many levels. Enjoyable overall.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 17, 2013

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    This book kept my interest until the end. It had very interesti

    This book kept my interest until the end. It had very interesting characters and a good story line. I would reccommend it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 15, 2013

    WHAT A DELIGHT! Absolutely hilarious story from the perspective

    WHAT A DELIGHT! Absolutely hilarious story from the perspective of a young woman: school, odd parents, eccentric friends, but a continuity of love...

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 6, 2012

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    Worthy read

    I enjoyed this book immensely. The author has a magical way of combining serious issues with humor. There were many lines in the book that made me just laugh out loud, which is something that makes a book memorable for me.

    I felt quite sad for Elly, whose character was fleshed out and real, as it seems she never has had a chance to really live for herself. She is what I would consider a “giver”. I equally enjoyed the bond she shared with her older brother and the love they have for each other. I had hope that if the story were to continue, that Elly might breakaway from all the needs of her family and friends and sketch out a life for herself.

    I have mixed emotions on the ending of the book. I know we usually like to read books with tidy nice little endings with no strings left hanging, but this is one book that could have pulled off a tragedy which is the only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars. Regardless of the ending, I found this to be a wonderful read and don’t hesitate to recommend it.

    I will be looking forward to additional titles by this gifted new author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2012

    The Funniest Christmas play inside a book ever!!

    I am laughing out loud....this is quite possibly the funniest Christmas school play in a fictional in the history of those played out in books....so rip roaringly funny so well written the author's timing is superb that you have to read it for yourself to believe it! Absolutely hilarious.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2011

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    Excellent!

    I enjoyed this book immensely. The author has a magical way of combining serious issues with humor. There were many lines in the book that made me just laugh out loud.

    I felt quite sad for Elly, whose character was fleshed out and real, as it seems she never has had a chance to really live for herself. She is what I would consider a "giver". I equally enjoyed the bond she shared with her older brother and the love they have for each other. I have hope that if the story were to continue, that Elly might breakaway from all the needs of her family and friends and sketch out a life for herself.

    I have mixed emotions on the ending of the book. I know we usually like to read books with tidy nice little endings with no strings left hanging, but this is one book that could have pulled off a tragedy which is the only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars. Regardless of the ending, I found this to be a wonderful read and don't hesitate to recommend it.

    I will be looking forward to additional titles by this gifted new author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2014

    Recommend

    One of the best stories i've read in ages. Sadly i found some of the reviews off putting and delayed the purchase. Wholly enjoyed this read; so much so that i am starting it over immediately. Have not done that with many books outside .j irving. Can not wait to hear more of this voice. Many thanks sj

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2014

    Wonderful story

    Quirky, heartwrenching, and some scenes at the beginning made me laugh out loud - one of the few books i would reread

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2014

    A few notes about the Map...

    First, there isn't a Medicine Cat Den listed! Second, StarClan and the Dark Forest don't dwell in Clan territories; they have their own results. StarClan is at 'starlit' res 4, the Moonpool is at 'moonpool' only res, though the Dark Forest's location is unknown. It used to be at 'goodnight death' res 5, but it's dead there now (no pun intended). Please update the Map to these notes!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2014

    Map and Rules

    Res 1: Map and Rules. <br> Res 2: Bios. <br> Res 3: Main Clearing. <br> Res 4: High Rock. <br> Res 5: Leaders Den. <br> Res 6: Warriors Den. <br> Res 7: Apprintences Den. <br> Res 8: Nursery. <p> Res 9: Gorse Tunnel. <br> Res 10: Elders Den. <br> Res 11: Sandy Hollow. <br> Res 12: Sunning Rocks. <br> Res 13: River. <br> Res 14: Great Sycamore. <br> Res 15: Snakerocks. <br> Res 16, 17, 18: Forest. <br> Res 19: Moonpool. <br> Res 20: Twoleg Place. <br> Res 21: Thunderpath. <br> Res 22: Border. <br> Res 23: StarClan. <br> Res 24: Dark forest. <p> Welcome to Thistleclan! Here are some rules before you join: <p> You must obey The Warrior Code. <p> No powers or unrealistic pelt colors wings etc. <p> No mating in camp. Go somewhere else. <p> No attacking clanmates unless they are doing something really wrong. <p> Kindness counts. <p> As a mentor, it is your duty to train apprintences. If you are absent for a week, or longer, your apprintence will have another mentor. <p> Have good grammer! <p> Please advertise alot! <p> Thank you, and May StarClan light you're path!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2014

    Good Book

    Was a good book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    decent book

    This was a pretty good book, easy read but some difficult parts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2014

    I can't wait for the movie

    This book was so captivating thar I spent my entire Saturday reading it from cover to cover. I hope they make it into a movie and I can't wait to read other books from the author. Bravo!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2013

    Whimsical without sliding into stupid

    It is whimsical enough to be fun, doesn't slide into "stupid" as man do and the characters are likeable and well-developed.

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  • Posted July 26, 2013

    Reads almost like a memoir

    Some of the incidents and characters in this book are so specific I felt as if the author were describing people and events she knew or had experienced personally. In any case the book held my interest throughout and I would gladly read more by this author.

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