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Dawn of the Bunny Suicides

By Andy Riley

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A brand new dawn of sadistically suicidal bunny deaths! The million-copy-selling phenomenon.

With exclusive bonus material from Andy's sketch books! From the author of the cult bestsellers THE BOOK OF BUNNY SUICIDES and RETURN OF THE BUNNY SUICIDES comes another unmissable collection of rabbit-related self destruction... The bunnies are back - and there's only one thing on their minds. In this new collection, follow the continuing adventures of the fluffy little rabbits who just don't want to live any more...

Biographical Notes

Andy Riley is the author/artist of the BUNNY SUICIDES books, GREAT LIES TO TELL SMALL KIDS, SELFISH PIGS, D.I.Y DENTISTRY, ROASTED, WINE MAKES MUMMY CLEVER, BEER MAKES DADDY STRONG and lots of other stuff. His scriptwriting work includes BLACK BOOKS, THE GREAT OUTDOORS, LITTLE BRITAIN, HYPERDRIVE, ARMSTRONG AND MILLER, SMACK THE PONY, GNOMEO AND JULIET, and THE ARMANDO IANNUCCI SHOWS.

For more information and cartoons, or if you want to talk to him, go to www.misterandyriley.com

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  • ISBN: 9781444711356
  • Publication date: 18 Aug 2011
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It shouldn't be funny. It just shouldn't. But it really is. — Miranda Hart
Sick, sick, sick, sick, sick, sick - and hilarious. There's still so many ways for a rabbit to go. — Charlie Higson
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