by Richard Adams
I read this final “curse” from this post a few months ago:
“May all of your rabbits die, and may you be unable to sell the hutch.”
I thought that sounded good, but I had no idea what the hutch part was all about. Ha!
My wife told me it was a reference to Watership Down, a novel about…rabbits. I was intrigued, plus I had been looking for my next fiction book to plod through.
I really enjoyed it, and recommend it, even if you don’t immediately push it to the top of your queue. It’s a good story with an unexpected leader, a strong sacrificer, a troubled oracle, and a ruthless (and virtually unbeatable) tyrant.