"I remember reading this novel in middle school and liking it. But I didn't love it or appreciate it till I read it again in my 20's. The novel is brutal even with rabbits as the main characters. But the themes it explores in the novel make it a great read for kids and adults. It explores everything from religion to war and often how conflicts lead to war. I would recommend this to ages 12 till adulthood but as an adult you really appreciate what it is doing with its themes. General Woundwort is "
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"Written by Richard Adams
One of the all-time 'classics', I first became acquainted with this franchise by watching the 1978 movie. And now all these years later I finally have a chance to read the infamous book which would later go on to work as source material for the conception of TV's "Lost". What an immaculately written masterpiece by Adams, that transverses it's subject matter and speaks volumes towards the importance of community, co-creation, psychic phenomena, the dangers of 'hive-mind'"