Thursday, 13 April 2017

Book Review: The White Hare by Michael Fishwick*

I have really been getting into reading this year, in fact my Goodreads account tells me I have now read 7 books, which for me is pretty good considering we are only into March and I read only 12 last year. I recently received a really easy read, The White Hare by Michael Fishwick and it had me gripped from the onset.


Michael Fishwick is a publisher and author of two novels, Smashing People and Sacrifices. He lives in London and Somerset, where this particular book is set. The book starts out my introducing you to Robbie and Mags. I immediately found myself wanting to know more about them and as each chapter went on a little bit more was revealed.


Robbie is 14 years old and is new to the area after moving with his father and new step mother. His mum died of cancer and his father quickly remarried which causes Robbie to be angry and resentful. When he meets Mags he changes and along their adventures they come across a White Hare. The White Hare is introduced as possibly being a reincarnated woman who has been jilted by their true love and again this was something I was really interested in finding out about. Robbie soon discovers there is a mystery in the town and the white hare may have something to do with it.

The storyline was well laid out and very descriptive. I could picture the countryside and the surroundings as I read this and had a vision of the characters in my head. I’ll be honest, it didn’t take me long to read and I had finished within 5 hours but for a short YA fiction this was great. I won’t give anything away about the ending, you’ll have to read that for yourself.


The White Hare was released on 9th March 2017 and the hardback is priced at £10.99.

What books do you enjoy reading?

*I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and I was not influenced in any way.
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