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on May 01, 2013 :
This is a collection of 20 stories from a variety of authors. They all are based around the idea of Pink Snowbunnies in Hell. Each story is just a couple pages long and range from funny to demented.
It is hard reviewing this book without giving too much of the story away simply because by the time you get a short description of the story, you have explained everything. Basically, these are great, short stories that will entertain you. My favorite was the guy dressed up as a pink bunny with a flame thrower. You HAVE to read it to understand.
The best part of this book is that all proceeds from this book are donated to animal shelters. Besides getting their work out to the public, they are also helping the less fortunate. This book is only $.99 and worth every penny. I recommend that you check it out and help the animals yourself. You won’t be sorry.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Sep. 18, 2011 :
Okay, I have to admit I've never read flash fiction before purchasing this anthology. I also have to admit that I bought the book because of Debora Geary's short story "A Gift for a Very Special Girl". Debora, as always, does not disappoint and the story gave me a much needed giggle for the day. It's a lovely addition to my growing collection of Ms Geary's highly addictive writings.
Since "A Gift for a Very Special Girl" is the last story in the anthology, I found myself reading through the book from back to front to see if there was anything else of interest. I've learned quite a bit thanks to "Pink Snowbunnies in Hell". Flash fiction has to be one of the ultimate tests of a writer's ability. In only seven hundred words or so, Debora Geary took me on a shopping trip that left me feeling light-hearted and happy and cemented my love for a fictional four-year-old boy who seems oh-so real to me.
Julie Christensen's story "Where’s JoJo? A Bunny’s Guide to Family Dysfunction." tugged me in the opposite direction when a mother's difficult choice between helping a dysfunctional family member who doesn't want to be helped or protecting her children hinges on a small pink bunny. "Wedding Heaven, Ltd." by A.J. Braithwaite is just plain fun as is Jimi Ripley's "Pink Snowbunnies are the New Pink Ribbon".
Apologies to the many authors I haven't mentioned. There is just so much here that is alternately fun, moving and poignant with the occasional, yet inevitable, story that elicits a groan and a roll of the eyes. It isn't called "Pink Snowbunnies in Hell" for nothing! If you are in the mood for a fast, enjoyable read, try this anthology -- you'll be very glad you did.
(reviewed the day of purchase)