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Ueenie Dove is a self proclaimed genius when it comes to thieving and escape Daring clever. Outside of cover love Im splitting hairs trying to muster up a review on a book I had a really hard time getting through The concept story line and setting were great and I was looking forward to a nail cruncher considering that the novel had to do with petty criminals man beaters generational crime womenI mean that just sounds awesome Unfortunately awesome flew out the window when at 115 pages later the book still wasn t moving I found the pacing monstrously long and the story never ending towards the end even when things picked up overall I found the reading tedious I tried to get on board with ueenie as the entire novel is told through her perspective from her troublesome childhood her horrible taste in men all the things trying to connect me to her world overall just distanced me from the novel as a whole I admired ueenie s honestly and her rich detail to the historical setting around her but her integrity and moral character were extremely lacking and for that reason whether it was the characters themselves or the style of writing Lucky Bunny for me did not work That said I believe there is an audience out there for Lucky Bunny lovers of historical fiction women s fiction especially those that feature a difficult character study will appreciate Dawson s vibrant yet sad portrayal of a woman who wants us to believe in her even though her life is one less to be desired

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To Mayfair graduating from childhood shop lifting to glamorous crimes in the post war decad. Hmmm I m disappointed to say that yet again Dawson s most recent novel doesn t live up to the standards which I enjoyed in her earlier books This felt like it had potential but never really lifted from the same level throughout The end part was the most engaging I wonder if the novel could have benefited from a different structure a different ordering of events perhaps

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And sexy she ducked and dived through the streets of London from the East End through Soho. I have mixed feelings about Lucky Bunny The concept is great and the book cover is beautiful yes I like good book cover but I can t say that I enjoyed this as a read Maybe I m shallow but the pacing of this was just too slow for my current need You know how that is right Sometimes only a fast paced novel will do Lucky Bunny tells the story of ueenie Dove a woman who turns to crime for her survival in post WWII London I wish I d liked ueenie although from a writing perspective she does embody the concept of the unreliable narrator While trying earnestly to turn her life into one of glamour and derring do one can t be sure of the truth of anything she says and I left the book wondering what really happened and how ueenie not her real name by the way really felt about anything I couldn t sort out for myself whether or not to like her because I was never sure who I might like or dislike in her and this became a problem for me as a reader Lucky Bunny straddles the lines between historical fiction women s fiction and crime fiction but doesn t settle comfortably anywhere This disconnectedness added to the disconnectedness I felt from its main character left me feeling disconnected from the entire book A decent read but not a great one


10 thoughts on “Lucky Bunny

  1. says:

    Outside of cover love Im splitting hairs trying to muster up a review on a book I had a really hard time getting through T

  2. says:

    I loved Lucky Bunny A light read I don't mean superficial but it is a pleasure to read this book and I want to read al of Jill Dawson's books now Made me miss my subway stop and I ended up at 96th Street About a poor kid who grows up in London during the Blitz Don't want to give anything away I want to read her book The Great Lover about t

  3. says:

    I loved this book which is surprising because it has a current of domestic abuse which I really can't take because I'm such a weenie but ohem

  4. says:

    I went into this novel with such high hopes Audra of Unabridged Chick loved it and I typically find that I agree with her on books Unfortunately my experience of this one was uite different partly I think because of my pr

  5. says:

    I have mixed feelings about Lucky Bunny The concept is great and the book cover is beautiful yes I like good book cover but I can't say that I enjoyed this as a read Maybe I'm shallow but the pacing of this was just too slow for my current need You know how that is right? Sometimes only a fast paced novel will do Lucky Bunny tells

  6. says:

    Recieved from Goodreads giveawaysI want to first say that I think that there are a lot of people out there that are going to really enjoy this book I unfortunatly wasn't one of them I didn't really care for the way it was written It was writt

  7. says:

    Slow and tedious with no storyline at all just a series of I don't know what telling ueenie's story Reading it was a bit like boiling an egg without a timer are we done yet? Is it over? and ending up with hard boiled Boring and not

  8. says:

    Hmmm I'm disappointed to say that yet again Dawson's most recent novel doesn't live up to the standards which I enjoyed in her earlier books This felt like it had potential but never really lifted from the same level throughout The end part was the most engaging I wonder if the novel could have benefited from a different

  9. says:

    We're publishing this book in fall with a differentbetter cover and I loved it It reminded me of Kate Atkinson's

  10. says:

    I really hated this book and finished it only because I am reviewing it My reaction is purely emotional because the book is well written clever and chronicles a side of British post war life rarely viewed by Americans But the people are really sorry the morals twisted and the story endless